You guys, March is Love by the Glass: Virginia Wine & Dine month - an entire month dedicated to drinking Virginia wine (by the glass, though I think straight from the bottle could be allowed in certain situations).
"I hate to say it, but it feels like typical Richmond. You spend all this time and get a really cool thing going and then, that’s it. It’s over,” says Haymaker's Tom Beals on the Groovin' in the Garden hiatus.
Henricus Historical Park has announced that it will be the beneficiary of the first annual Jimmy Dean Music Festival to honor the late entertainer and sausage king. The festival will take place at the Richmond Marriott at 2 p.m. on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 11, according to a release.
Ahhhh beer. . . It can be the sweet salve for the broken-hearted or the lusty, bliss-inducing substance that ignites another intense, heart-pounding chemical reaction, depending on the current status of your love life. With beer names like Kiss Off! and Citra Ass Down, it’s hard not to imbibe on a heady local brew and equate the smoldering taste to the tug and pull of togetherness. So consider the following (in no particular order) amour-inducing local craft beers when planning out your Valentine’s Day, and you can count on your night going right.
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