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State of the Plate 2007 

Our guide to the most delicious dining in Richmond.

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Why now, after Can Can Brasserie has been open for more than two years, does it merit our restaurant critics' ultimate stamp of approval? ... Plus, Richmond's 50 Best Restaurants and more. Your guide to the most delicious dining in Richmond.

  • Restaurant of the Year 2007: Can Can Brasserie


  • The 50 Best Richmond Restaurants.


  • First Taste.


  • Sweet and Savory 16.


  • About the Critics.




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