Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Food Notes: Pasture Holiday Drive, Hispania Bakery + More

Posted By on Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 2:46 PM

On the move: Secco Wine Bar announced that it would move from its Carytown location to 325 N. Robinson St., otherwise known as the old Buddy’s Place, in 2016.

Pasture’s presents: Through Dec. 7, Pasture will hold a drive to collect necessities, toys, games and books for children in foster care in conjunction with Connecting Hearts in Virginia and Faces of Virginia Families. Call 780-0416 for details.

Expanding choices: With the conversion of downtown’s Hilton Garden Inn to a full-fledged Hilton Hotel, its Garden Grill has been renamed Herb N’ Kitchen and now serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

New home: Midlothian’s Inter China Restaurant has moved to a new location in the Courthouse Place shopping center at 11512 Busy St., the Times-Dispatch reports.

Barbecue is back: Deep Run Roadhouse is opening its second restaurant in the old Moo Burgers space on Laurel Street near Virginia Commonwealth University.

Sugar high: Baker Maria Onsel took a break, but according to RVA News you can now find Hispania Bakery’s South American pastries and other delectable goods at Union Market and Little House Green Grocery.

CORRECTION: This article incorrectly named Hispania Bakery as Espana Bakery.

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