Well represented among Richmond’s best restaurants

With 10 of Style Weekly’s Favorite 52, the Fan is well represented among Richmond’s best restaurants…

Bacchus A very-Fan staple for pasta, seafood, cocktails and wines in a longtime corner cafe. 2 N. Meadow St. 355-9919.

Balliceaux Fan favorite for local foods, cocktails, live music, stellar design and a be-seen atmosphere. 203 N. Lombardy St. 355-3008.

Cous Cous Tagines, meze, mediterranean and Moroccan menu and décor. Late-night music and bar scene. 900 W. Franklin St. 358-0868.

Edo’s Squid Beloved upstairs dining room for seafood, pasta, wines, salt and garlic. Expect a discerning crowd. 411 N. Harrison St. 864-5488.

The Empress Quirky-good small plates, savories to sweets, in casual handcrafted café with caring service. 2043 W. Broad St. 592-4000.

Garnett’s Café Quaint retro luncheonette with soups, sandwiches, coffee and pastries, personalized service. Beer and wine. 2001 Park Ave. 367-7909.

Ipanema Café Best vegetarian with changing, inventive menu in cozy cellar; desserts, bar, music and staying power. 917 W. Grace St. 213-0190.

Kuba Kuba Bustling bodega with hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner, seafood to meats, famous tres leches cake. Expect a crowd. 1601 Park Ave. 355-8817.

Rowland Fine Dining Daily spring roll, soup and fish choices, seasonal entrees, desserts, drinks and brunch in a gracious Fan highlight. 2132 W. Main St. 257-9885.

Six Burner Restaurant Gourmand favorite with changing menu, seasonal flair, popular short ribs in relaxed Fan setting with bar. 1627 W. Main St. 353-4060.


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