Squeeze contributes to the health and holistic wellbeing of its community through a wide array of services. To help alleviate chronic aches, improve ranges of motion, and generally provide mental and physical rejuvenation, therapists perform personalized massages that can incorporate techniques ranging from Swedish strokes to deep-tissue kneads. For those looking to calm the mind and boost flexibility, the center offers vinyasa, Budokon, acroyoga yoga classes that welcome students of all ages and skill levels. Squeeze also features a juice bar that provides all-natural, nutrient-rich juices and smoothies prepared with Virginia-grown apples and other locally sourced produce such as pears, kale, and ginger.
Get ready to eat at this chic Italian hot spot — Amici Ristorante serves the latest in Italian cuisine.
If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat great at Amici Ristorante, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices.
Amici Ristorante diners can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here.
Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Amici Ristorante's beautiful outdoor seating area.
Business casual dress, tasty food and a classic atmosphere makes this a great place for any occasion.
Catering services are also available.
If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go.
Street parking is readily available near Amici Ristorante's W Cary St location.
Prices are reasonable, with a typical meal running under $30.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are all accepted.
Mary Angela’s, located in Richmond, Virginia, has dished up delicious subs, sandwiches, pizzas, and pasta since 1986. This family-owned and operated restaurant serves both lunch and dinner in a friendly environment. Grab a booth inside, pick up something to take home, or have them deliver right to you! The menu includes Italian-American classics: New York style pizza, fried calamari, hot garlic bread with cheese, buffalo wings, fresh salad, calzones, cannoli, and cheesecake. You name it, and they’ll make it for an extremely fair price. You’re sure to find something for every taste here at Mary Angela’s Pizzeria.
Fresh fare can be found at The Water Grill, where diners seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu.
Serving the opposite of low-fat fare, The Water Grill is perfect for people who want to indulge.
Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list.
The Water Grill is great for big groups, and visitors favor its private room for important events.
For some fresh air during the non-winter months, dine outside on The Water Grill's patio.
The Water Grill's dress code is casual — diners are welcome to dress up (or down) to their comfort level.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from The Water Grill.
Parallel-parking experts can find room on the street, though patrons also have access to the restaurant's adjoining lot.
If you go out for a nice meal, it doesn't need to cost $100, come treat yourself at The Water Grill.
The Water Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
C Street's façade combines the traditional and the playful, with its neoclassical columns and bold, striped awnings. Jon and Leah Nelson of Richmond.com confirm that this style extends to the food, calling C Street's meals of grilled fontina sandwiches and buttermilk fried chicken breast "unique enough to stand out while still keeping with the familiar." Guests dining on the heated patio start meals with salads of julienned beetroot and seasonal veggies, which lead to duck breast with apple relish and grit cakes. Inside, silky powder-blue curtains and antiqued brass chandeliers bring an old-fashioned sensibility to the 21st century more effectively than a steam-powered cell phone. On Sundays, guests enjoy brunches of belgian waffles and veggie frittatas—a suitably fashionable start to a day of shopping in Carytown.
Mezzanine's Chef Todd Johnson loves creating fine cuisine from local, sustainable food sources. His restaurant has garnered numerous accolades, including 2009 Restaurant of the Year from Style Weekly magazine and a nod from the New York Times.
Johnson's work as a master chef has led him all over the world, but he celebrates his deep Virginia roots by sourcing from farms and fisheries throughout the state, resulting in an eclectic menu full of diverse flavors and fresh ingredients. Daily-printed menus feature creations whipped up from whatever produce, meat, and seafood is readily available. The chorizo, mushrooms, and Polyface Farm chicken come from Virginia, as do oysters served on the half-shell with drizzles of spicy sriracha aioli. You might also find Aspen Ridge rib-eye steaks and Sunday brunches of lobster omelets, fried-green-tomato BLTs, and Carolina shrimp and grits.
Mezzanine's intimate, two-tiered dining room fosters a relaxed and jovial atmosphere, and a covered patio accommodates outdoor diners during warmer months. Small tables, ideal for conversation and morsel stealing, lean their weight into hardwood floors as ambrosial aromas delicately waft by, unable to contain themselves within the kitchen.