Sara Kerfoot is flanked by Jay Bayer, Adam Hall, Chris Elford and Patrick Moran at Saison.

Scott Elmquist

Sara Kerfoot is flanked by Jay Bayer, Adam Hall, Chris Elford and Patrick Moran at Saison.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Big Love

The Richmond dining scene continues to make its mark in the national press.

Posted By on Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 1:37 PM

People in the national food press just can't seem to get enough of Richmond. Saveur.com digital editor Laura Sant, who spent much of her 20s in Richmond, according to the article, shared 10 of her favorite places to eat and drink in the city.

Sant seems to adore most of Ed Vasaio's restaurants, including Mamma 'Zu, Edo's Squid and 8 1/2. (Maybe she doesn't know about Dinamo?) Sub Rosa and Peter Chang China Cafe continue to burnish their status as media darlings, and in a surprise mention (although well worth noticing), Saison's bar program made this national list.

She writes, "Think top-notch Sichuan dishes, Liberian-inspired soul food, and bakeries sourcing heirloom grains and milling their own flours. There’s never been a better time to visit RVA."

To check out all of Sant's picks, follow this link to "The Guide: Where to Eat in Richmond, Virginia."

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