The 2017 State of the Plate 

The magic flames of Nota Bene. Plus, insider tastes, neighborhood treasures and our critics' favorite dishes.

click to enlarge Nota Bene’s cioppino arrives piled high with mussels, prawns, octopus and crab. The Shockoe Bottom eatery is Style Weekly's 2017 Restaurant of the Year.

Scott Elmquist

Nota Bene’s cioppino arrives piled high with mussels, prawns, octopus and crab. The Shockoe Bottom eatery is Style Weekly's 2017 Restaurant of the Year.

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