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La Bodega offers Colombian, Puerto Rican, Dominican dishes in Richmond

WTVR reports:

RICHMOND, Va. — A local restaurateur has fired up his third location in the city.

Carlos Londoño’s La Bodega opened for business March 12 in the former Luncheonette spot at 104 N. 18th St.

It adds to his collection of Shockoe-area eateries that includes Margarita’s Cantina, which sits across the street from La Bodega at 103 N. 18th St., as well as Mijas, in the former La Grotta Ristorante space at 1218 E. Cary St. in the Slip.

Luncheonette closed in January 2018 after four years of business at the location.

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Christina Pham
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Melissa Casanova

Lori Dachille
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Yesss! Finally!

Emily Klinedinst
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Neato!

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Kathi Sanders
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Kathleen – This could combine restaurant night with a ride night!! ? #multitaskingthefun

Steffen Quaid Mahler
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Taylor Olenik Columbiannnn

Frankie Ilog
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Bryan Joel Christopher M. Emmanuelli

Kathleen Bison Hall
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IN

Barbara Hopson Kasten
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Tim Kasten

Urooj Mughal
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Mitchell!

Gwen Fitzgerald
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Can’t wait to try it!

Caitlyn Kincaid
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Paul Kincaid

Paula Long
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Nicole Monet Long girls lunch?

Jessica Jones
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Pepe Ronnie gotta go

Tricia Norris
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Andrea Norris DONE!

Gustavo
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By the way, this is the point I’m trying to make about our “comments” here at CHPN. When we import them from Facebook this is what it could look like!

Pepe Ronnie
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Jessica Jones Sunday?

Jessica Jones
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si

Mariah Williams
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Sha Rich Heren Sequar I been cravinnnnn arroz con pollo! We need to check it out

Heather Elizabeth
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Drew Densmore bodega man can

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Bryan Joel
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Frankie Ilog they are on uber eats ?

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Dionna Dawn
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The address is wrong in the article. It’s N 18th, not E. 18th.

Dionna
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Dionna

The address is incorrect. It’s on N. 18th, not E. 18th.

Cara Kaufman
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Elizabeth Doyas Steen we should try this place too

Melissa Casanova
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lets gooooooooo!

Gustavo
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Fixed!

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Franklin Obregon new restaurant for April??

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Jessica Bissinger Patty Keneagy next lunch ??

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Mariah Williams asap pls!

Laura Baughan
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Chris Weller lets gooooo

Cynthia Tobin
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Yummy

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K

This comment section is obnoxious. Every member of the brunch bunch just threw up on this page. That’s a no for importing FB comments

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@K Agreed! Just did it to showcase something, we’re gonna stop importing them now.

Leslie Harris
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Popped in for lunch. Definitely delish! ?

Julie Burton
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OMG!!!! Although honestly, I will NOT want to eat Dominican food once I am back in the US haha.

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Eric S. Huffstutler

Wow, what a change in venue (menu). I guess an old fashioned “diner” in Church Hill is not viable? It seems to work in Short Pump and of course, the 3rd Street Diner. Why do they survive in the outskirts but not in Church Hill? I like the simple homestyle food grandmother used to make with large portions at a low cost – all made from scratch. I grew up on it. (I know…The Metro Diner is not cheap but you get my point).