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Latin inspired cuisine with a cozy, intimate atmosphere, Saison is definitely worth trying out. This place has a relaxed and warm atmosphere with classic wooden furniture and closely arranged tables. The menu is simple and experiments a lot. Patrons have an option of having their meal gluten free and there are plenty of vegetarian options as well. The Saison Burger and the Rockfish which is composed of roasted carrots, peas and cashews are the specialties of this place. A perfect blend of culture which has led to the creation of good food, Saison is highly recommended.
This exclusive Richmond restaurant is one of the big names in city. Combining contemporary cuisine with a Spanish flair, the restaurant offers delightful dishes such as Smoked Mussels, Tuna Conserva, Smoked Beets and more, paired with some innovative cocktails and drinks. The interior is lavish, with plush furnishing, low, ambient lighting and a beautiful counter top bar, adding an extra delight to the whole experience.
In the historic Jefferson Hotel, Lemaire maintains a tradition of fine dining and elegant atmosphere. The cuisine features regional southern cooking with a European flair. The menu is flexible; low fat versions of items are available by request as are other special orders. The service is seamless and the environment, with several dining rooms to choose from, is unparalleled in Richmond. The menu changes monthly and a five-course tasting menu is available. Tip: do your taste buds a favor and try the Golden Seared Jumbo Sea Scallops and Virginia's Own Buffalo Creek Beef Strip Loin, two notable dishes that will be sure to bring you back for seconds.
Richmond's Art District has a gem in Lift Coffee Shop and Café. This cute space serves organic coffees and there is an impressive food menu to boot. There are breakfast sandwiches, a variety of bagels, paninis and specialty sandwiches. Pastries are also up for grabs, and there are even beers and mimosas available. The interior is eclectic, with green walls and funky ceiling lights - the perfect atmosphere to unleash your creative side, especially with the free wi-fi offered.
This Cuban-themed restaurant somehow achieves both a lively and romantic atmosphere. At brunch, you can watch the Farmers Market as you dine on the outdoor deck. If you want a spot outside, be sure to make a reservation. The menu is seafood heavy, but those who do not enjoy things fishy will love the shredded pork over rice with plantains. It is one of the least expensive and most delicious items offered. Havana has one of the largest drink selections in the city, including homemade margaritas. Havana '59 opens its doors to guests from 4:30 p.m., all days of the week.
Enjoy classic comfort food in a sleek modern setting at Lulu's. There is nothing quite like a leisurely brunch to ease into the weekend after a tiring week, and Lulu's is a great place to indulge in this weekend ritual. Lulu's is a local favorite for breakfast and brunch, with a menu that is packed with delicious options like fluffy omelets, red velvet waffles, huevos rancheros and biscuits. Craft cocktails and beer are served as well, to help quench your thirst and enliven your palate. For dinner, indulge in a taste of southwestern flair with dishes like spicy shrimp tacos, jambalaya, burgers, empanadas and more. Live music and others special events are often hosted at Lulu's during the week. This local favorite also doubles up as a venue for private events, parties and celebrations.