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UPDATED: Richmond Happy Hour Guide

08-08-2019

Restaurants in Virginia can now legally advertise their happy hour specials. Happy hour specials in Richmond: SWITCH Pop-up Bar (13 W. Broad St.): $4 beer, $5 wine, $3-off select cocktails; $5 bar bites. Tuesday through Friday, 5 to 8 p.m.


12 Large Format Cocktails That Are Made To Share

08-05-2019

These gorgeous cocktails are large enough to share. However, we’re of the belief you can accomplish anything you desire on your own if you truly believe in yourself.


SWITCH first pop-up restaurant and bar in Richmond V.A.

08-03-2019

RICHMOND, V.A. –  SWITCH has opened at 13 W. Broad St. in Richmond, VA. It’s the first pop-up restaurant and bar in Virginia with dedicated rotating themes. Currently, guests can experience the Alice In Wonderland-themed “The Rabbit Glass” on the ground level and the nineties-themed “Back in ‘93” in the basement. Both concepts have unique […]


Flipped Out

07-30-2019

Switch is the new downtown pop-up bar that’s always changing.


Richmond Food News: Week of July 8-12

07-11-2019

A new cafe in Lakeside, Brewer’s Waffles in Manchester, 10 years of Pearl’s Bake Shoppe and events for the voracious That’s a Fact On July 8, a new cafe and smoothie bar, Pulp Fiction Lakeside, debuted in the former Early Bird Biscuit spot on Lakeside Avenue. A wellness-focused food truck spawned the brick-and-mortar business, which is […]


SWITCH POP-UP BAR, VA

07-01-2019

Deets: Guests can experience the Alice In Wonderland-themed “The Rabbit Glass” on the ground level and the nineties-themed “Back in ‘93” in the basement. Both concepts have unique cocktails to match with a shared food menu and are set to change approximately every three months. Walk into the world of Alice in Wonderland and explore […]


‘We wanted to create an ultra realm’: Two Pop-Up Bars with different themes are now open in downtown Richmond

06-06-2019

Switch Pop-Up Bar — one of three restaurant and bar concepts from restaurateurs Kunal Shah, Jay Sean, Crystal Shah and Neal Patel (of the D.C.-based LX Group), the folks behind Richmond restaurants Belle (formerly Belle & James) and Kabana — is now open in downtown.