950 East Parham Road
Richmond, VA 23228-6511
Phone: (804) 515-7800
Fax: (804) 515-7700
950 East Parham Road, Richmond, VA, US, 23228-6511
- Phone: (804) 515-7800
- Fax: (804) 515-7700
Bars & Cafes
Stella's is very serious about the Mediterranean and Greek cuisine that they serve up - hence the supreme quality of the food and service. Located in Richmond, near West End, Stella's is always popping with people - seated at the various tables, bathed in warm lighting, or around the full bar that the restaurant has to offer, with a variety of beers and cocktails. Take friends or coworkers out to try the following favorites: the fried kalamari, Pastichio - spiced aromatic ground beef, fat noodles, all topped with grated cheese - and the classic Greek salad, sprinkled with feta cheese.
Phil's has been serving drinks and good food since the 1930s. Not too far from Windsor Farms, Richmond's most elegant neighborhood, this restaurant is a great place to stop for drinks while shopping or touring museums. It is also a fun place to unwind after work. Try a vodka limeade, Phil's signature drink. Burgers and sandwiches are served with crunchy onion rings or crispy, light fries. You will feel very comfortable eating or drinking in this Richmond landmark.
Step down below the sidewalk into the Fan District's coziest casual spot. This friendly, corner restaurant and bar offers filling sandwiches, light appetizers and cheezy pizzas and the specialty is homemade bread. Choicca's is a dark, quiet place. The clientele is a mixture of students and professionals.
Located across West Broad Street, the Republic is a perfect venue to host your next event. It also offers live bands and catering services for your event. The menu comprises modern fare that caters to the international tastes and food trends. For more details about Republic and booking information, call ahead.
Cabo's looks quiet and quaint but this place hums each night with great live music. Enjoy delicious food while listening to blues, pop or classic rock played by popular local musicians. Appetizers include a lobster and crab cake with watercress and wasabi-lime mayonnaise or delicate shrimp and foie gras wontons over Asian slaw with citrus sauce. Entrees like Seared Sea Scallops with Celeriac Puree and Rosemary and Garlic Roasted Rack of Lamb with Spiced Yogurt Sauce will delight your taste buds and give you the strength you need to do a little dancing after dinner! Cabo's Corner Bistro is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 5pm onwards.
A neighborhood tradition in the historic Fan district, the Strawberry Street Cafe is the ideal place to stop when touring the area or visiting the nearby Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Art students from Virginia Commonwealth University regularly draw master studies in colored chalk on boards hanging around the restaurant. Window seating provides a lovely view of the historic Fan district. The bathtub salad bar, which greets you as you walk in the door, is the most creatively presented (and most delicious) in the city. Vintage wine from the Cafe's award winning list is available by the glass.
The camel in the desert of Richmond is in fact a space for a myriad of activities to take place. The camel offers space for art, meetings for corporates or for events. The place also serves food and you can grab a bite of san fran pannini or a pesto pizza. The Camel is also rented out for community events and many fund raisers for causes have taken place here.
The Water Grill is an upscale restaurant located in Carytown neighborhood. They serve fresh seafood dishes that are delicious and the elegant ambiance sets the perfect mood for a gourmet experience. Among its popular dishes are Oysters, Shellfish platters, She Crab Soup, Jumbo Shrimp Skewers and more. The brunch at Water Grill is served in hearty portions and is cooked flavorful. The private dining section has the perfect vibe for a variation of celebrations. Call ahead for more information.
Tantalizing menu with a sizzling dance floor. If thats what you are looking for, then Boss is the way to go. A popular hideout among students of Virginia Union University, this place cannot be missed for its stylish decor and the hip crowd flocking in. The spacious dance floor gives everyone room to groove to the upbeat music. And after a bit of dancing, the traditional American menu is available to satisfy your hunger pangs. Karaoke nights and ladies nights is what keeps the party on till dawn!
Fancy a night out on the town in Richmond? At Secco Wine Bar, you get not only the classy atmosphere and sophisticated decor, but the elegant food as well. Have your pick of a vast array of artisan wines (30+ choices!) and great craft beers at an unbeatable price. Pair your drinks with delectable farmstead cheeses, charcuterie and pork cheeks. Or if you want something more fulling, the menu also offers entrees such as the grass-fed beef burger and desserts like homemade gelato. Everything is prepared beautifully and the looks are just as good as the food.
The website of Cary Street Café proclaims itself as the"hippe bar with great live music" for the last 13 years. They feature bands that play rock, reggae etc and acts happen frequently. The cafe also has a a menu that includes hummus, Slap Yo Mama burgers and Slap Yo Daddy wraps. Besides this they also have an under 12 children's menu. Every Sunday, old time jam session takes place that is open for all, Monday nights are karaoke and is free. There is a concept of a "rotating beer of the month" that exists here.
The decor of Sticky Rice creates a contemporary, sleek, Asian look. Inside, chefs prepare both Japanese and American food. The diverse menu features selections you might never imagine finding in the same place, like sushi and meatloaf. You can accompany your entrée with side dishes that range from spring rolls to tater tots. Some dishes combine both styles, like the Tokyo burger.