7 RVA Lunch Suggestions That Rock


1. Buz and Ned’s Real Barbecue


1119 North Boulevard & 8205 W Broad St., Richmond, Virginia 23230
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Chopping, saucing and glazing to bring real barbecue to Richmond, Virginia for over 20 years.Buz and Ned’s restaurant offers indoor dining in addition to our outdoor covered patio.

2. Can Can Brasserie


3120 West Cary Street, Richmond, Virginia 23220
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Can Can was constructed to look and feel as if it has been lifted from the left bank of Paris (circa 1900) and dropped into the heart of Carytown. The idea for the restaurant derives from the classic notions of brasserie, which reflect grand café restaurants specializing in traditionally inspired French foods that can be cooked quickly.

3. The Daily Kitchen and Bar

2934 W. Cary Street, Richmond, Virginia 23221
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Daily Kitchen is health conscious, environmentally friendly and socially responsible. They’ve got great vegetarian and vegan options as well as delicious, unusual cocktails.

4. Pearl Raw Bar


2229 West Main Street, Richmond, Virginia 23220
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Pearl offers a variety of seafood specialties in a classic oyster bar feel. Specialties include local oysters, shrimp and crab legs. The back sun room has a quieter dining room with sky lights and garage doors that open to the outside in nice weather.

5. Lunch and Supper


1213 Summit Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23230
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A place where folks can come as they are, whether they have time to kill or are watching the clock, and eat good food. Nothing snazzy. Just honest food at a fair price.

6. Garnett’s Cafe


2001 Park Ave, Richmond, Virginia 23220
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This award winning place has a great date night deal. Two entrees and a bottle of wine for $30.

7. Estilo


7021 Three Chopt Rd., Richmond, Virginia 23226
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Estilo, una mesa Latina. Estilo, spanish for “style”, serves foods inspired by Central and South America, with an emphasis on Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica, the Caribbean, and Mexico. A full bar serves a cocktail menu boasting 28 cocktails, including Pisco Sours, and modern adaptations of classic Latin drinks. As well as cocktails, there are 8 wines on tap, 6 local draft beers and bottled beers from South America.

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