What do you know about Studio Two Three I have to say, the first time someone mentioned it, I didn’t know much (I was referred there when I was trying to save money for a t-shirt order). I was told classes were held there and you could learn how to screen print a t-shirt or how to use Photoshop for some DIY savings.
River City Roll officially opens its doors to the public today. It’s the first boutique bowling alley in Richmond and you have to experience it first-hand to understand what that term “boutique bowling” even means.
Stella’s Market is officially open for business in Scott’s Addition, right next door to Vasen Brewing Company in the Handcraft Building. The new grocery and café is not just bigger than its original location on Lafayette Street, it offers a little more.
As I walk around, I can almost smell the brisket and ribs. I’m still in a construction zone for sure and nothing is on the pit – but I have eaten a few plates of ZZQ, so I know what’s in store this March and I can hardly wait.
We got an update on the new restaurant going into the space that housed the old Joy Garden at 2918 W. Broad Street. Mike Ledesma’s restaurant, Perch, is set to open in February 2018.
If you haven’t taken part in Richmond’s rooftop bar scene, The Hof Garden in Scott’s Addition is a great place to start. I’ll admit, I was late to the launch of the new sky-high phenomenon, but The Hof was everything I was looking for and didn’t know I was missing.
If your dog or cat needs a high-priced surgery, a life-saving surgery or just some dental work, the folks at Helping Hands are eager and ready to help. Their sole mission is to not just give you high-quality care at an affordable price, but to get you back to your regular veterinarian.
Have you been to Gather’s second location in Scott’s Addition? Today, I was fortunate enough to get a behind-the-scenes tour of the spacious building located at 2920 W. Broad Street.
It’s getting down to business at Jackson & James, a new menswear store coming to Scott’s Addition. After months of waiting on construction to be completed and permits to be approved at the Symbol building on Rockbridge Road, the grand opening is finally right around the corner.
Some good news for Richmond’s Scott’s Addition neighborhood. Craig Beiber, the legislative assistant for Councilwoman Kim Gray, confirms $60,000 will be in the City’s 2018 Capital Improvement Plan and completely earmarked for a traffic study of the neighborhood.