The Belmont Butchery

The Belmont Butchery

With so many great restaurants to choose from, what more could a foodie city ask for? Well, perhaps a full-service artisanal butcher shop. Luckily for us in Richmond, we can find this at Belmont Butchery. Swiss-trained chef and master butcher, Tanya Cauthen opened Belmont Butchery in the fall of 2006. Before the butchery, it was...
July 11, 2013 — Ledbury
Richmond – The Culinary Capital of the South (Seriously)

Richmond – The Culinary Capital of the South (Seriously)

We know what you’re thinking – What about New Orleans, Charleston, or even Nashville? We admit that naming Richmond as the "Culinary Capital of the South" is a bold statement, but one we’re willing to stand behind. Here’s why. In a small to mid-sized city with a population of about a quarter-million, there are hundreds...
July 02, 2013 — Ledbury
Guide to Summer Beer

Guide to Summer Beer

June is almost over and summer is officially upon us. For many of us, this means feet in the sand, long vacations, and cookouts in the backyard. For craft beer fans, it means a new assortment of seasonally appropriate brews. Witbiers, lagers, ales and pilsners -- the name of the game is light, crisp and...
June 27, 2013 — Ledbury
Dinner with Feast RVA

Dinner with Feast RVA

We’re always mentioning Richmond’s incredible sense of community -- Feast RVA is yet another great example. The concept is simple -- eat incredible food catered by a local restaurant and help fund local creative endeavors. With a nominal donation, up to fifty guests are invited to attend a dinner hosted by Feast RVA where they...
May 22, 2013 — Ledbury

Places: Dinner at Saison

Several great restaurants have opened in our hometown over the last few months, and Saison has quickly become a new favorite. After months of recommendations, I finally had dinner there a couple of weeks ago . . . I’ve already been back twice, if that says anything. Their menu is a fusion of Southern cooking...
April 22, 2013 — Ledbury