click to enlarge A smaller sibling is planned next door to Rappahannock.

Scott Elmquist

A smaller sibling is planned next door to Rappahannock.

Friday, July 17, 2015

Raw Food

Rappahannock's owners will soon open a smaller bar and market next door to their restaurant at 320 E. Grace St.

Posted By on Fri, Jul 17, 2015 at 5:10 PM

Rappahannock Oyster Co.’s Travis Croxton loves opening restaurants. He owns 13 and will soon add another. Along with cousin Ryan Croxton, the Rappahannock co-owners plan to open a smaller raw bar next door on East Grace Street called Rapp Sessions, as reported by The Richmond Times-Dispatch. It’ll also serve as a specialty market that will sell their company’s oysters.

In addition, Rapp Sessions will sell its own hot sauce and cocktail sauce, along with other fish, sandwiches, beer and wine.

It’ll also be a great way for diners to cool their heels while waiting for a table at Rappahannock. The Croxtons are building doors to connect the two restaurants. The opening is planned for early fall.

CORRECTION: This article originally stated that the Richmond Times-Dispatch was the first to report about Rapp Sessions. It was actually written about first in the fall in Richmond magazine.

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