Posts Tagged ‘Dining’

Small Business Saturday in Carytown

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Carytown’s mile of style is preparing for Small Business Saturday. Carytown’s merchants are stocking their shelves, posting discounts, and preparing for shoppers looking for a lot less stress while they shop for unique gifts.

As the Carytown Merchants Association says:

“Anyway, as with most everything else, Carytown does holiday shopping differently. Everyone’s heard of “Black Friday”… waking up at 4am to shop with lots of others who haven’t had their coffee yet. It’s quite an experience.  The merchants in Carytown have adopted an new philosophy. “Black Saturday”… Still the same great deals and deeper discounts, just a lot less stress! and no getting up at 4am! Carytown’s “Black Saturday…Because Black Friday was sooooooo yesterday!”

Join in the fun in Carytown on Saturday, you’ll find carriage rides starting at 10 AM!

Carytown is just a mile away from Richmond’s premier bed and breakfast – right in the middle of all Richmond has to offer from sightseeing, shopping, and dining. Richmond is a wonderful place to live and a great place to visit!

Beautiful Fall Weekend in Richmond October 22 and 23

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

A lovely crisp Fall weekend is in store for central Virginia!  And, along with great weather for walks in the park, strolls down Monument Avenue, there are several happenings on the schedule.

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Six Burner Restaurant: Guest Favorite

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

It’s official! Not only is Six Burner Restaurant, a local dining option a few blocks away at 1627 West Main Street, our guests’ favorite, Dana Craig, restaurant critic for Richmond’s Times-Dispatch has given it 4 stars, the highest rating, excellent.  Six Burner has been at the top of our suggestion list since it opened and guests who dined there have raved about the menu options, selection, ambiance, and service PLUS it is a short five-block walk from our bed and breakfast.   (more…)

New Off-Street Parking For Fan District Inn

Friday, August 20th, 2010

As a bed and breakfast inn welcoming travelers to Richmond’s historic Fan District, we have been aware of the parking issues associated with being located in close proximity to Virginia Commonwealth University.  As a result, we have always offered guests free off-street parking in our driveway.   (more…)

Caribbean and Latin Seafood Comes to Oregon Hill

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Pescados China Street is now open in Oregon Hill serving lunch and dinner.  Dinner service begins at 4:30 Monday through Saturday. Pescados China Street, to differentiate this new neighborhood dining spot from its Midlothian counterpart, serves a vibrant mix of Caribbean and Latin flavors in a bevy of seafood choices. (more…)