An old Granby Street favorite, Sirena’s closed down a few months ago and in its place could rise a new Italian eatery called Leone’s, complete with rooftop dining and a small market next door (where the barber shop existed until recently.
Facebook is all atwitter with the news that Stone Brewing Co has chosen a date for the East Coast beer prom, and it's Richmond, our hipper-than-thou sibling up the road.
One breakfast. From one Hampton Roads restaurant. The rest of your life. What are you ordering, and why?
Nothing will make you feel better about losing out on something than gaining something just as good. Freshly bummed from Stone Brewing Co.’s decision to pass on opening a site here, in swoops San Diego-based Green Flash Brewing Co., hosting two back-to-back events on the site of their future East Coast hub in Virginia Beach.
There you are, new to town and just cozying into your swanky, downtown neighborhood when-bam-hunger strikes. True, you can't walk a block downtown without bumping into your new favorite restaurant and/or hangout, but we know you like the scoop in advance. And you want THE BEST.
Buy Fresh Buy Local Hampton Roads will host 4th annual Farm to Fork local food celebration on Sunday, September 21st from 3-6pm at the Virginia Tech Agricultural Research and Extension Center.
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