Metzger Bar and Butchery last week was named one of The South’s 38 Essential Restaurants by EATER:
WHAT: A 40-seat restaurant in Richmond’s 200-year-old Union Hill neighborhood, where German meat markets once thrived. WHY: Inspired by the local history, chef and co-owner Brittanny Anderson singles out German cuisine (which we don’t see enough in restaurants, in the South or across America) as a backdrop for her varied, deeply considered repertoire. Her kitchen is as likely to prepare grilled green garlic topped with crumbled North African merguez as it is schnitzel over choucroute garnie, and it’s all sublime. — B.A.
Proper Pie’s “banoffee” pie [NOT PICTURED ABOVE] made TimeOut’s list of “20 best desserts in America.” The pie, which is a cross between “banana” and “toffee,” came in at #20 on the list, which featured pies from across the U.S.
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