State of the Plate 2008 

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Style Weekly restaurant critics name their favorite 50 Richmond area restaurants and their Restaurant of the Year, plus best dishes, best interiors, even the best regular customers. Don Baker, Joe Cates and Brandon Fox weigh in on food and restaurant trends and what to look for when dining out in a city that's getting tastier by the minute.

2008 Restaurant of the Year: Millie's Diner

Lessons in Criticism by Don Baker

Favorite 50 Restaurants

Whose Umami? by Brandon Fox

The Best Dishes. By Brandon Fox and Joseph W. Cates

Best Regulars. By Deveron Timberlake

Bad Taste. By Brandon Fox

Survival of the Greenest. By Joseph W. Cates

Best Dressed. By Deveron Timberlake



Restaurant critic Brandon Fox talks food with radio host Doc Thompson on WRVA 1140-AM this week. Tune into the show for more on our State of the Plate Thursday, March 20, at 4 p.m.





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