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1713 E Main St
Richmond, VA 23223
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(804) 344-8089
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This could have been a great restaurant, However it seems to have gone out of business for several years!?!?!?!? Thanks to CITYSEARCH we set out with friends in search of this din...

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The place stays empty, and contrary to what the author says, it caters more to the 'gangster rap' crowd. Food was bad, and way over priced, and the drinks were just as expensive....

Read This Before You Plan 12/29/2007

This could have been a great restaurant, However it seems to have gone out of business for several years!?!?!?!? Thanks to CITYSEARCH we set out with friends in search of this dining experience, only to realize we were grossly mislead by this poor poor website. If you are looking for a reputable search engine, LOOK ELSEWHERE!!! As this website will be sure to ruin any planned evening. CITYSEARCH B L O W S! btw, the City Bar is a great place to eat if you find yourself roaming around E Main St. looking for some restaurant you found on CITYSEARCH that has expired in 1985. CITYSEARCH: UPDATE YOUR WEBSITE, YOU'RE WASTED SPACE. Pros: SOUNDED LIKE A GREAT PLACE Cons: IF ONLY IT WAS STILL IN BUSINESS more

Not Impressed 5/30/2004

The place stays empty, and contrary to what the author says, it caters more to the 'gangster rap' crowd. Food was bad, and way over priced, and the drinks were just as expensive. They stop serving food about 8PM as the DJ, which plays all rap music began to play music so loud you couldn't even speak. Great place I guess if you like rap music and gangstas Pros: Good location, friendly staff Cons: , Rap music, Questionable crowd more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Billed as a restaurant and a New York-style nightclub, one look tells you it's more early Miami Vice than Manhattan. An eerie blue light casts shadows on slick surfaces while bluish-green swirls of color dot the walls. More mood-setters: a waterfall over the entry and a sleek bar and miniscule dance floor set the mood for young Don Johnsons to be lounging at the bar with blow-dried hair and scuffed espadrilles.

    The Food
    Forget the traditional breadbasket and butter. The server arrives with a basket of crusty homemade breads, a carafe of grainy pesto & herb-flavored oil and a plate of shredded Aziago cheese. The small but creative menu includes Black Angus beef, Long Island duck and several interesting seafood combinations. The lobster, shrimp and lump crabmeat sauteed with artichoke hearts, chives and roasted shallots is served in a rich cream sauce over angel hair pasta, but bland lobster meat proved a bit disappointing for the $25.95 price. The Angus beef tenderloin is impeccable and impressively presented. Desserts are homemade and change weekly. If you get lucky, the fudgy chocolate apricot torte will become a constant.

  • 8/17/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Tues-Sat 6pm-9:30pm 10pm-1am
  • Payments:

    Discover, American Express, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Shockoe Bottom

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