Hunger, unlike ambulance sirens, meningitis, and restraining orders, is not something you can safely ignore. Answer the mighty call of a bellowing belly with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of fresh cooked fare at Weezie's Kitchen, located in Carytown. This Groupon is valid toward dine-in only.
Named after the owner's dearly departed pug, Weezie's Kitchen maintains the free spirit of the dog with its relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The menus at Weezie's Kitchen are chock full of delicious comfort food for all three daily meals, plus that extra one that sometimes sneaks in. A chicken fried strip steak with two eggs, a biscuit, gravy, and home fries ($10) is one of many breakfast experiences to be had at Weezie's. Truly tasty lunch treats roll on Kaiser rolls, such as the half-pound Weezie burger ($9) or portobello melt with avocado, provolone, and swiss ($8). Savory salads and starters precede delicious dinner dishes such as the homemade meatloaf ($16) or the crab-cake dinner ($19), which includes two cakes created with just enough bread and egg to hold together the crabmeat and the molecular structure of the ground beneath you.
Weezie's welcoming dining space, with its arched doorways and bright primary colors, plays host to rocking rounds of Tuesday night karaoke, as well as regularly scheduled Thursday night live music. After a fresh cooked meal at this family-owned, family-friendly restaurant, even tone-deaf taste buds will find themselves serenading incisors with John Fogerty lyrics.
Weezie's Kitchen has 83% of Urbanspooners liking it. The eatery has a four-star average rating from TripAdvisors, and Yelpers give it a three-star average, with some mixed opinions on the service but an overall agreement on the good food.
Weezie’s Kitchen is named for the owner’s beloved pug. That same homey spirit shines beyond arched doorways aglow with lights. Steak and eggs, biscuits and gravy, and other comfort food fill tables during breakfasts or weekend brunches. Later in the day, meatloaf, New York strip steaks, and pork chops give one the feeling of stepping into a grandmother’s kitchen or being stuck in the chimney of a log cabin.
3123 W Cary St.
Richmond, Virginia 23221Get Directions