The Tobacco Company Restaurant proudly celebrates over 30 years as Richmond’s landmark dining and entertainment venue. On the corner of 12th and Cary Street in downtown Richmond was once an old abandoned tobacco warehouse. The four-story building was renovated to embody the spirit of Southern hospitality and charm and is considered by most to be the cornerstone of the Historic Shockoe Slip district.
Their two dining floors are distinct. The second floor is elegant and formal with low lighting and enclosed offices for private dining. The third floor, known as the Garden Floor, is filled with live greenery and flowers for a more casual dining experience.
The menu selections are some of the finest contemporary American cuisine on the East Coast. The creative menu consists of regional favorites featuring fresh seafood, pasta and aged Certified Angus Beef including our signature dish, Slow Roasted Prime Rib of Beef.
Guests can enjoy live musical entertainment showcasing national and regional talent every week in the spacious and airy atrium or at the first floor bar. They offer draft & bottle beers, including local microbrews, and a comprehensive liquor selection with the most popular products on the market.
The Victorian Lounge is a great space to relax in a cozy and intimate space with its gas fireplace and antique furnishings. This space can be reserved for cocktail receptions of up to 50 guests.
The Tobacco Company Club is Richmond’s exclusive night spot, featuring a dance floor, DJ and state of the art sound system. The Club is open to the public every Thursday through Saturday and hosts some of the best music, bartenders and promotions in town. The Club is available for private parties and events with limited availability.
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