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Where to Eat Now 2018

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This year, new breakfast and lunch spots  inspired us to make time (and room) for both of those easily skippable meals, and pizza made a comeback. We watched restaurateurs take new turns, while others journeyed from pop-up to brick-and-mortar. And the snack bar got a huge upgrade at arcades, bowling alleys and shuffleboard emporiums.

Here’s what our team of writers considered praiseworthy in a field of newcomers that emerged between July 1, 2017, and Sept. 1, 2018, along with a sneak peek of what’s still to come. 

The Richmond dining scene has pizza popping up left and right, and we gladly tracked down the top pie emporiums. more

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Being a good guest goes beyond not hinting for a free birthday dessert. more

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These restaurant owners have advanced from novice to veteran status, staying hungry and eager, opening up new spots for diners to relish. more

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When you want to play with food nearby, these spots are ready to serve. more

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A peek at what’s shaking in Shockoe more

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Breakfast and lunch can be the meals we choose to skip, but these eateries will convince you to make the time. more

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After testing the waters, these restaurants traded a vagabond lifestyle for permanent homes. more

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Even in an overstuffed dining scene, Richmond’s always got room for more barbecue. more

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These new Mexican restaurants are heating up the local dining scene. more

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