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You’re trying to show off East End food to your family, where are you going?

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I have a real white suburban family that thinks “Applebee’s has perfectly cooked steaks”. Personally, for their general tastes I was thinking 821 or Mojo’s.

I’d like to go to a Richmond local spot without putting them too far out of their zone. Any other spots to think about would be awesome.

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What do you say East Enders? It is a real struggle sometimes to show us how many great options we have as foodies here in the East End. Do we take them to The Roosevelt? Union Market? Proper Pie? Soul ‘n Vinegar? What about options in Shockoe and Fulton? Where do you take your family?

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Richard Borean
Richard Borean
1 year ago

Dutch and Co is my go to. If they stay over night, Sub Rosa for breakfast.

Aileen Rivera
Aileen Rivera
1 year ago

Dutch &Co always

Sandy Miguelez
Sandy Miguelez
1 year ago

I love The Hill when I come home

Mary Louise Munden
Mary Louise Munden
1 year ago

8 1/2 & Union!

Rachel Woolwine Davis
Rachel Woolwine Davis
1 year ago

Metzger!

Adriana R Zamudio Rountree
Adriana R Zamudio Rountree
1 year ago

Tree’s tacos and tips
Churchill resident since 2001

Adriana R Zamudio Rountree
Adriana R Zamudio Rountree
1 year ago

Mary Louise Munden love Union pastrami sandwich

Justin Swisher
Justin Swisher
1 year ago

Alewife and Union Market

Liz
Liz
1 year ago

Honestly if their go-to is Applebee’s, Dutch may be a little too different for them. I would recommend Hill Cafe or Patrick Henry Grill. And this is from a HUGE Dutch fan! Definitely SubRosa for breakfast though!

Leigh Bob
Leigh Bob
1 year ago

Riverbend for coffee. Super fresh!
Paninis for lunch… so good!!!

Karol Smith Tompkins
Karol Smith Tompkins
1 year ago

Pomona for breakfast, pastries from Subrosa, lunch at Grisette, cocktails and snacks or dinner at either Dutch, Roosevelt, Alewife or Metzgar. We are super spoiled here in Church Hill, unlike our dining options that existed when we moved here 13 years ago.

Sally Byrd
Sally Byrd
1 year ago

Breakfast at Ma & Pa’s, lunch at Krispies, dinner at Bubba’s.

Jess Houser
Jess Houser
1 year ago
Reply to  Sally Byrd

Sally Byrd, where are Ma & Pa’s and Bubba’s?

Sally Byrd
Sally Byrd
1 year ago
Reply to  Sally Byrd

Jess Houser down Williamsburg Road.

Jess Houser
Jess Houser
1 year ago
Reply to  Sally Byrd

Sally Byrd, thank you!

Sharon Larkins-Pederson
Sharon Larkins-Pederson
1 year ago

Dutch & Co, Grisette

Jane Porter
Jane Porter
1 year ago

The Hill Cafe; Millie’s

Kirsten Gray
Kirsten Gray
1 year ago

For a grab and go lunch or dinner, proper pie (best meal and sweet pies in the world), The Nile for home cooked clean absolutely delicious food, Union Market to grab Mediterranean Bakery dips and good bread and can’t go wrong wine choices, Muffins from WPA, 8 1/2 for fantastic Italian that you can eat off for 2 or 3 days, Best Pub in the city hands down, Patrick Henry Grille and Pub, I love the ribs from Alamo, the list is so long. Seriously I don’t need to leave my neighborhood anymore… Then there is Millies and Tio Pablo,… Read more »

Melanie Perry
Melanie Perry
11 months ago

Mike and Maddy’s has the best classic breakfast sandwiches on the Hill!

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