The Essential Richmond Restaurants

The Essential Richmond Restaurants

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Find out what's cooking at these outstanding restaurants in Richmond.

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    Here, reality lay suspended somewhere between the spic and span patio, with its vertical rolls of paper toweling. The smoky, juicy ribs are worth a slight detour from downtown. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    This busy bistro is a Carytown staple. Sit by the window for some of the best people watching or sit at the bar for happy hour specials including half-price oysters, shrimp and burgers from 5 to 7pm. -- RVA Badge via Foursquare
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    Lamplighter is known for their micro-roasted coffee. Made in 10lb batches, there is a great deal of care put into their product. Their menu is stellar and most dishes can be made vegan or gluten free -- RVA Badge via Foursquare
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    Get a freaking kids menu already! $9 for a plain burger for my 3 1/2 year old? Really!?! Chicken slider, burger slider, veggie slider, done... I mean wtf! -- Evan Somogyi via Foursquare
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    Blingo. The most fun you can have on a Thursday Night with a case of PBR -- Kevin Erskine via Foursquare
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    Best brunch meal in the fan? Get the Belly Buster. 12 oz Delmonico Steak. 3 eggs (any style). Potatoes. $14.95. Order it rare - medium rare. If you're feeling crazy get a side of gravy. Smother it. -- Tré Hall via Foursquare
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    Order a martini and Manchego Cheese and Serrano Ham fritters off the bar menu. Delish. -- Rachel Dalton via Foursquare
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    amazing atmosphere, huge seats, no children and on top of all that, the food and service is incredible! food has been out in less than 15 minutes each time! -- Jay Woods via Foursquare
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    If you're reading this and parked somewhere you weren't supposed to, your car has already been towed. But the donut you eat will make it all okay. -- Phil Williams via Foursquare
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    An beloved neighborhood restaurant, the food is well worth the wait. Don't forget to always save room for the Tres leches, Food Network even featured the dessert on The Best Thing I Ever Ate. -- RVA Badge via Foursquare
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    A local hot spot serving delicious food in RVA's Carver district, the 2 foot long subs (aka battleships) were highlighted on Food Network's Man vs Food. -- RVA Badge via Foursquare
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    Try the Scott’s Addition, a sandwich that does right by its namesake. Smokey pulled pork and cole slaw piles up on a juicy, seasoned chicken breast with melted cheese and barbecue sauce. -- RVANews via Foursquare
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