Gastropub Cuisine and Drinks for Two or Four at The Magpie (Half Off) 


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In a Nutshell

Oysters, housemade sausage, roast duck breast, and seared fish served in a gastropub with vintage industrial decor

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Not valid toward alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $25 for $50 worth of gastropub cuisine for two
  • $50 for $100 worth of gastropub cuisine for four

The ever-changing menu includes small and medium plates such as Anderson's Neck cocktail oysters ($12) and orange sweetbreads ($13), and main dishes such as grilled quail with garlic yogurt ($20) and smoked flatiron steak with Japanese eggplant ($23).

The Magpie

Owen Lane and Tiffany Gellner have experienced nearly every side of the Richmond restaurant scene. Both began in entry-level positions—Owen as a dishwasher, Tiffany as a hostess—and worked their way up from there. After years of experience, this husband-and-wife team has joined forces to helm The Magpie RVA, an American gastropub nestled in the historic Carver neighborhood. Like its food, the space is a hodgepodge of eclectic elements: a sign affixed to an antique typewriter welcomes guests, and lighting fixtures made from salvaged machinery hang above dark wood tables and a plush crimson-cushioned bench.

As The Magpie's chef, Owen is never content to sit still. He changes the menu frequently, gracing white plates and wood trays with unique combinations of local and exotic ingredients. He has crafted shareable plates such as smoked rabbit croquettes, housemade sausage, and charred Japanese eggplant. As for main dishes, he might prepare grilled quail, roasted duck, or oyster-mushroom risotto. Chef Owen also showcases his passion for beer and bourbon at an L-shaped, polished-wood bar supported with elegant metal braces. Here, bartenders pour sudsy brews into goblets and garnish cocktails with fruit. Owen occasionally leaves the comfort of his kitchen to perform private chef services at customers' homes.


The Magpie offers up an innovative and unique twist on classic favorites, and they really pull it off with a fun and quirky finesse.

Jessica L., Yelp, 3/7/13

I might have to move to Richmond for Magpie.

Lapming C., Yelp, 5/25/13


92% of 279 customers

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    “Nice casual vibe...delicious food (me:soft shell crabs, he: hanger steak); right sized portions; interesting cocktails; good wine list; relaxed but attentive service. 5 stars.”

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    1301 West Leigh Street

    Richmond, Virginia 23220


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