New Options: Newly opened restaurants in town. 


Cedar Creek Tavern New fine-dining spot with seafood, pasta, steaks, burgers, homemade desserts. Lunch/brunch and dinner daily. Rt. 301 and Shady Grove Road in Hanover Commons Shopping Center. 730-8600. $$ NSS


Duro Pasta-based fusion cuisine in the former Limani. Braised lamb shanks on fettucine, seafood lasagne, salmon manicotti and other non-Italian dishes from chef Matthew Tlusty. Lunch/brunch daily, dinner nightly. 3123 W. Cary St. 353-7117. $$$ NS

the fan

Table 9 Sandwiches, salads, fresh sides in small, corner bistro and bar. Lunch and dinner Mon.-Sat. Park Ave. and Meadow St. 353-2205 $


Bottoms Up Signature pizzas, calzones, sandwiches and salads. Lunch and dinner daily. 6836 Woodlake Commons Loop, Midlothian. 818-2000. $ NSS

Jack's Restaurant Steaks, seafood, pastas, gourmet pizzas, homemade desserts. Dinner daily, weekend brunch. 13923 Hull St. Road. 739-3444. $$ NSS

north side

Virginia Barbeque Pork, beef and chicken barbecue in Va. and N.C. styles. A dozen tables and takeout. Lunch Mon.-Sat., open 'til 7 p.m. weeknights. 6920 Lakeside Ave. 262-6660. $ NS

shockoe bottom

Havana 59 Return of the Bottom's classic Cuban spot. Seafood, grilled meats, desserts, cigars, busy bar scene. Dinner Mon.-Sat. 16 N. 17th St.

west end

City Limit In former Potter's Pub, booths and bar with sandwiches, seafood and beef entrees, soups, salads. Lunch and dinner daily. 7007 Three Chopt Road in Village Shopping Center. 282-4232. $$

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