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Kabuto Japanese House of Steaks
Hibachi dinners and sizzling combinations cooked before diners’ eyes plus fresh maki rolls and nigiri
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One-year membership and $20 gift card; vouchers for deli turkey, ciabatta rolls, black bean dip, and apple pie; plus $80 Instant Savings
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Kobe Japanese Steaks and Sushi
Hibachi dinners prepared tableside, plus sashimi, nigiri, and specialty sushi rolls
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El Cerro Azul
Classic plates of carne asada, carnitas, and marinated grilled chicken join vegetarian fajitas and burritos and grilled lobster tails
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Shogun Japanese Steakhouse
Chefs cook up hibachi dinners that showcase ingredients such as steak, chicken, seafood, or veggies
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The pickup and delivery version of popular sushi spot Sticky Rice serves Asian-inspired burgers and barbecue, noodle dishes, and maki
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Short Pump Mall
Massive menu of authentic Thai dishes such as vegetarian pad thai with tofu, panang curry with beef & sautéed catfish with chili-basil sauce
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Costumed drag queens liven up weekend brunches or dinners in a theatrical setting replete with top-shelf liquors and eclectic cuisine
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Inside a 19th-century building, guests tuck into Southern staples of fried green tomatoes, gumbo, and award-winning shrimp and grits
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Elephant Thai Restaurant
12 stir-fry dinners, 6 curries, and 12 vegetarian options; authentic preparation with spices flown in each week from Thailand
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On the Rox
Upscale bar food that favors using fresh and local ingredients accompanied by seasonal craft beers served in a warm, tavern setting
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Howlett's restaurant & tavern
Hand-cut steaks, juicy ribs, and fresh seafood dishes star on a menu of hearty homestyle classics
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Piccola's Italy Pizza & Subs
Meals feature appetizers such as fried calamari, entrees including veal or chicken marsala, and desserts such as tiramisu; parking available
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Brick Oven Pizza
Crispy pizzas and subs from brick oven meet with traditional Italian pasta dishes beneath vivid murals
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Daily tours of the vineyards and winemaking facility; cheese and cracker platter and souvenir wineglass for each guest after tour
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Jean Jacques Bakery and Cafe
Prosciutto and havarti paninis on housemade focaccia and mozzarella salad with pesto complement other lunch items and pastries
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C'est Le Vin
Tapas and wine served amid eclectic artwork at an eatery with poetry readings, live musicians, and tango lessons
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Jus by Julie
Blended juices made fresh daily help rid bodies of toxins and give folks a fresh start
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Retro eatery in business since 1935 crafts American and European classics such as raised short rib; often uses local ingredients.
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Maldini's Ristorante Italiano
Expert chefs mix shellfish and filets in marinara sauce and serve linguini with jumbo shrimp in spicy fra diavolo sauce
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Wisdom Oak Winery
The vineyard manager and crew cultivate all 2,075 vines planted over 126 acres
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Fresh sushi rolled with in-season ingredients, paired with grilled hibachi steaks and seafood
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Positive Vibe Café
Menu includes beef, buffalo, and black-bean burger choices, small plates such as avocado corn salsa and calamari, and Sunday brunch options
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Stir Crazy Cafe
Quaint cafe offers indoor and outdoor dining, and serves sandwiches, salads, Pearl's cupcakes, and Rostov's coffee
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Kenji Hibachi and Sushi Bar
Japanese feasts of inventive sushi rolls, tender pork cutlets, soba-noodle soups, and showy hibachi cooking
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Nuevo Mexico Restaurante
Family-owned-and-operated Mexican restaurant serves traditional Mexican plates of enchiladas, burritos, quesadillas, and vegetarian options
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Chopstix Asian Bistro and Lounge
Chefs curl fresh eel into sushi rolls, fry up savory meats and seafood on hibachi grills, and stir-fry traditional Asian entrees
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3 Guys Pizza Pies
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Kenn-Tico Cuban Bar & Grill
Taste authentic Cuban dishes such as Cuban sandwiches, fruit milk shakes, salmon in mango salsa, and fried yucca sticks
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Zeytin Pizza & Pasta
Casual pizzeria serves hearty classics such as house-made eggplant parmigiana, calzones, NY-style pizzas, subs, and salads
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Inter China Restaurants
Traditional favorites like egg rolls, mu shu pork, and Peking duck served in classic dining room
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The Curry House
Authentic Indian dishes such as spicy lamb vindaloo, creamy butter chicken, and vegetarian saag paneer with fresh cheese and spinach
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Homemades by Suzanne
Housemade country-style food includes chicken salad, tuna salad, delectable sandwiches, deep-dish pies, and cakes
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American entrees, such as grilled fish and creole-spiced black-bean burgers, served at a music venue lauded by The New York Times
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Padow's Hams and Deli
Deli store produces made-to-order sandwiches and pizzas
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John Marshall Ballrooms
Homestyle lunch food including chicken salad, Angus cheeseburgers, deviled eggs, and pecan pie
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La Parisienne Bistro and Cafe
Modern lounge music creates a relaxing ambiance for feasts of escargots, braised twin quails, Magret de Canard, and seared seabass
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Personal Trainer Food
The 28-day program's daily meals are crafted mostly from veggies and healthy proteins; other regimens include breakfasts and snacks
Elephant Thai Short Pump
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Organic and fair-trade loose-leaf teas blended by a trained Parisian tea blender; club members receive 2–3 ounces of three teas each month
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Aunt Sarah's Restaurant
Chicken and waffles, three-egg omelets, half- and third-pound burgers, fried chicken, and country-fried steaks
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The Museum District
Chefs whip up feasts of spicy Cajun, Thai, Caribbean, and southwestern cuisine
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Yoojis Asian Restaurant
Spicy Kung Pao chicken and General Tso’s tofu can join decidedly milder options such as Moo Shu pork and Cantonese pan-fired noodles
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Rare Olde Times
Corned beef and cabbage join burgers and shepherd's pie; brunch serves up rashers of Irish bacon and black puddings
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Barrel Thief satisfies taste buds with a menu dominated by upscale salads and sandwiches that also includes a few heartier entree suggestions. In the arugula salad ($8), salty prosciutto and pickled strawberries lie on a bed of spicy greens, and nine bruschetta options ($5–$10)—including roasted garlic and white bean—are great for distracting most of the destructive hands of the goddess Kali. Fare from the briny deep includes the crab sandwich ($12)—shellfish drizzled in pimento aioli escorted by grilled green tomatoes—and grilled yellowfin tuna ($18). For dessert, tempt teeth with a sweet sonata composed of mixed berries and fresh cream ($6) whipped by Beethoven's ghost.
TECHEAD'S expert instructors are committed to training individuals on Adobe software, with each class kept small (five to eight students) to ensure that students get one-on-one attention. Learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop CS4's image-editing software, polish your PDF-reading skills in Adobe Acrobat 9.0: Introduction, or familiarize yourself with cross-media design in Interactive InDesign CS5. While you don't have to be a computer whiz to take these classes, TECHEAD asks that you have a basic understanding of a computer's operating system and how to perform such tasks as launching an application, copying files from CDs and other media, and creating and saving files—more advanced classes may have additional prerequisites. Be sure to check the class descriptions and the upcoming schedule.
Richmond's premier craft beer & Keg Store.
Over 1,000 beers and over 1,000 hand selected wines.
Heart of Virginia Wine Trail honors its home state by guiding guests through six wineries—James River Cellars, Cooper Vineyards, Lake Anna Winery, Weston Vineyards, Mattaponi Winery, and Grayhaven Winery. Although not included with this Groupon, the wine ambassadors proffer passports that award patrons tastings at each of the wineries and encourage them to enjoy the scenic countryside while navigating the path in between. Both regular tastings and special events typically include food pairings and a chance to talk to knowledgeable enophiles.
James River Cellars' picturesque vineyard welcomes guests to seasonal events throughout the year and yields 15 varieties of wines, including the Winner of the Governor’s Cup for the best Virginia wine of 2005. The 6th annual Harvest Wine Festival turns wine keys on Saturday, September 3, from noon to 5 p.m., come rain, shine, or eclipses that make the sun look like a dilated trout eye. Imbibers can sip flights from four wineries, tour the grounds, or expand their knowledge of fermented grape potables during wine 101 seminars. Live music dances in the air, as oenophiles examine wares from local craftspeople and check out treats from food vendors. Alternatively, festival-goers can pack picnics for groups and discerning family pets ($2 admission fee) for an afternoon on the vineyard grounds. To maintain an open festival ambiance, there is no seating, but visitors can tote picnic blankets or sectional sofas.
Since its first batch in 2006, Williamsburg AleWerks has invited brew-curious on a tour that shows how different varieties of malt, yeast, and barley yield American-style ales with unique flavor notes (a $12 value for two). These guided tours acquaint the uninitiated with the history of beer, from its widespread role in European society to the recent tradition of dousing a keg's worth of stout beer on Pulitzer Prize winners. Afterwards, tour-takers are led to a sampling of six or more varieties of suds, with possible beers include AleWerks' caramel-infused Washington Porter, the floral-flavored Drake Tail india pale ale, and the citrusy wheat ale. Freshly minted barley connoisseurs then can assemble their own personal six-packs for consumption at home (a $9 value).
Originally built in the 1760s, the 645-acre Belvedere Plantation hosts the yearly Harvest Festival each October, filling weekends with family-fun attractions ranging from pumpkin patches to hayrides. Eight acres of cornfield are sculpted into a NASA-themed maze, inspiring brave farmstronauts to venture into uncharted territory. Adrenaline pumps through the veins of onlookers observing pig races, while turbo-charged pedal tractors thrill speed seekers. A double slide stretches out to 100 feet, whisking human missiles through space and time, as amiable goats, chickens, pigs, and turkeys look on with a been-there, done-that nonchalance.
The culinary artisans at Lee’s Retreat Brew Pub stack platters of pub cuisine as well as original twists on traditional alehouse fare. Barflies can turn their stomach rumbling into thunder by perusing a menu rife with seafood nibblers such as coconut calamari escorted by a spicy dipping sauce ($7.99). The bar’s honey-colored wood paneling and electric wall sconces in gold cages set the scene for sandwiches such as the gorgonzola and bacon burger ($8.99), which—like all of Lee’s Retreat’s burgers—travels via english muffin rather than by bun. Pulled-pork sandwiches lathered in Stonewall stout barbecue sauce and crowned with homemade coleslaw ($8.99) attempt to outbid the beer-battered cod with wasabi mayo and homemade fries ($12.99) for limited stomach real estate, while the baby back ribs ($15.99) cooked with house Stonewall stout crowd the market.
Kybecca Wine Bar, a slow-food restaurant set within a converted 1860s general store, freshens up palates with a gourmet menu of small plates and entrees crafted from locally grown ingredients. Parties start the gustatory revelry with a cheese platter, festooned with three or four artisan offerings such as Cherry Glen chipotle chevre and fromage d’affinois brie. Guests pass around tapas-style bites of pistachio-pesto gnocchi ($9) or four bison blue-cheese sliders ($12) made from humanely raised meat. Spend quality time with full-plate entrees, including the brace of lamb ribs ($21/full) accompanied by pesto gnocchi and roasted tomatoes or the truffle-buttered beef tenderloin ($17), which rests, like a spectacularly successful and eccentric truffle trader, on a bed of wild-mushroom risotto.
Tapas orbit groups, drawing conversation out into long afternoons measured in slowly drained bottles of wine. Chatter drifts toward the ornate paneled ceiling at C’est Le Vin, where the small-plate style of dining leans heavily on those Spanish traditions. Chefs sear spiced-steak kebabs, roast tilapia on planks, and broil artichokes with goat cheese and thyme, which can be eaten at tables or on comfy couches. Soft lighting illuminates a rotating display of artwork and glimmers off ranks of bottles brimming with the rich earthiness of garnacha and tempranillo grapes. Most nights of the week, entertainment may include writers reading their poetry, musicians strumming their guitars, and artists unveiling their work. Tango lessons introduce the dance’s lilting moves and provide a place where people with roses super glued to their mouths can fit in.
By the time Blue Bee Cider's signature drink is ready in the spring, it's been three seasons in the making. The process begins in the fall and winter pressing season, when baskets upon baskets of Virginia apples, their ripe red skins shocked with gold, are crushed to loose their sweet juice. The juice lies dormant for the winter, undisturbed by the needless addition of sugar or water, slowly fermenting. Finally, come the break of spring, it takes on the fizzy character of carbonation and is bottled, ready to take its place on the shelves behind the tasting bar. Each of the three varieties takes on a different characteristic from its different blend of apples and ingredients, from the Charred Ordinary's dryness lent by heirloom apples, to the Harvest Ration's surprising kick supplied by fortification with brandy.
Hourly Bartender's licensed bartenders and bar backs travel to clients' events to mix cocktails and pour drinks atop a portable bar. Upon arrival, they set to work serving libations of the client's choice, providing glassware, cocktail napkins, and other accoutrements if desired. For a special celebration, opt for a champagne service with serving trays.
With names like Voyager, Rendezvous, Trekker, and Sojourn, the wines at Grayhaven Winery evoke a sense of getting away from it all. But their small-batch vintages aren't the only escape route from the everyday Grayhaven opens up. Visitors on estate tours will find Virginia-made goat cheese and baguettes in the tasting room, a child-friendly playground and nature trail, four resident horses, and three dogs with noses for fine wines. The vineyard also hosts three large events every year: the South African Food & Wine Festival, Blues in the Vineyard, and the Harvest Bluegrass Festival.
Nestled in America's Historic Triangle in an area that was first colonized in 1633, The Williamsburg Winery stretches across 320 acres of picturesque farmland known as the Wessex Hundred. The vineyard's first grape-crushing dances took place in 1987, and they've since developed to produce 25 sip-ready varietals along with a lengthy list of vintage library wines ideal for tucking in a cellar or serving to a homesick time traveler from 1993.
In a setting styled to evoke the mood of an 18th-century European winery, tours meander along a pebbled walkway alongside simple stucco structures before ducking inside a quaint wine museum. Inside the tasting room, private wine cellar, or the Gabriel Archer Tavern that overlooks the grounds, oenophiles can swirl, sip, and throw their heads back to gurgle aged libations from a large roster of wines.
The Virginia Wine Pass is like a key: its holders gain access to the state's wine country and all the delicious treasures and historic sites that lie behind its doors. Good for two people, each one-year membership unlocks complimentary wine tastings, free tours, and discounts on purchases and other events. Instead of training a bloodhound to sniff out the state's best wines, pass holders can discover current offerings on the website. Or, they can take to Virginia's 24 wine trails themselves, exploring the picturesque surroundings and artisanal wines provided along the way.