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One of Richmond Virginiaís attractions to travelers is itís great restaurants. We love the many wonderful dining choices, including notable classics like Millieís, local favorites like Avenue 805, the chic Lemaire, and the new Boathouse overlooking the James River. The map below shows our ten favorite Richmond restaurants for your special meal in Richmond. Click on any restaurant icon for our review, or use the list below for information and directions.

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Acacia Mid-Town 2601 W. Cary St. (804) 562-0138
Style Weekly’s 2010 Restaurant of the Year! Great seafood dishes and cocktails. Luxe food well presented in urbane atmosphere. Complimentary valet parking. Reservations recommended. Dinner only, Mon-Thu 5:30-9p, Fri-Sat 5:30-10p. $$$ Click here for directions

AVENUE 805 805 N. Davis Ave (804) 353-2505
A cozy bistro with fantastic rotating specials featuring fish, pork, duck and steak. Wonderful brunch on Sundays including specials such as Eggs San Benedito. Try “Cheap Date Night” on Mondays and Tuesdays. Serving dinner 7 days a week 5:30-10:00. Sunday brunch 11-2. $$ Click here for directions
Bistro Twenty-Seven 27 W. Broad St. (804) 780-0086
This lively restaurant offers Italian- and French-influenced cuisine alongside an exemplary wine list, amid stunning 20-foot ceilings and wall-to-wall windows. Mon-Fri lunch 11:30-2p & dinner 5-9:30, Saturday dinner only 5-10:30p. $$ Click here for directions
The Boathouse at Rocketts Landing 4708 Old Main Street (804) 622-2628
Richmond’s newest hot spot, this restaurant has spectacular views of downtown and the river, along with a fantastic menu. Very busy on weekends, but does not take reservations. Open nightly at 5, Sunday brunch. and all day Sunday (dinner menu) $$$ Click here for directions
CAN CAN Brasserie 3120 W. Cary St. (804) 358-7274
Bright lights and a big-city vibe right in the heart of Carytown. A lively, fun and loud atmosphere where you can let your hair down and sample from an extensive wine list and a first-rate raw bar, or just relax and people-watch. Eccentric homemade bistro fare and full bar. Serving lunch 11:30-3 and dinner 5:30-10:00 seven days a week, and Sunday brunch 9-3. Outdoor dining available. $$$ Click here for directions
Lemaire 101 West Franklin Street (804) 649-4629
Menu features Virginia-grown ingredients and the Southern influences of Richmond native, Chef Walter Bundy. With a 150 bottle wine list, this is Richmond’s premier restaurant. Reservations are encouraged-- ask for table # 73 for two people. 7 days a week lunch & dinner. $$$ Click here for directions
Millie's Diner 2603 E. Main St. (804) 643-5512
What hasn’t been said about this hideaway landmark, Richmond’s unsurpassed leader for high-quality fusion cuisine since 1989? Chalkboard menus host an eclectic selection of rotating lunch, Tues - Fri 11:00-2:30 and dinner, Tues - Sun 5:30-9:30. Their weekend brunches are the stuff of legend! Closed Mon. $$$ Click here for directions
Six Burner Café 1627 W. Main St. (804) 353-4060
Creative American cuisine in a casual bistro setting featuring displays from local artists. Specializing in a “Price Fixe” three-course dinner that samples from their daring and unconventional rotating menu. Dinner only, 5:30-9:30 seven days per week (later on weekends). Sunday brunch. $$ Click here for directions
Strawberry Street Café 421 N. Strawberry St. (804) 353-6860
No one who lives in Richmond has a bad word to say about the Café (or hasn’t eaten brunch there at least once)! Holding the title as the only Richmond restaurant featured as a question on Jeopardy!, this Fan legend features a surprisingly extensive wine bar in a cozy and casual setting. Note their claim to fame: a plentiful salad bar housed in a giant claw-footed tub! Daily quiche specials, sandwiches and the chalkboard art must be seen to be believed. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week 11a-10:30p. $ Click here for directions

Zeus Gallery Café 201 N. Belmont Ave. (804) 359-3219
A truly classic café, recently doubled in size but retaining all of the intimacy and personality that has kept it a neighborhood institution. A constantly-changing menu (written daily on chalkboards) featuring only the freshest Continental cuisine. Sample their extensive wine list while perusing local art displays.

Zeus Gallery recently received a great review in the Richmond Times Dispatch, "Dining out at Zeus, Elegant Cuisine at Unpretentious Setting" by reviewer Dana Craig.

Dinner only, Mon-Sun 5:30-9:30. Sunday brunch. $$$ Click here for directions

And for dessert... Richmond's Best Ice Cream!
Bev's Ice Cream 2911 W. Cary St. (804) 204-2388
Mac's favorite place for dessert... or lunch or dinner! Bev has the best ice cream in Richmond, homemade with daily special flavors. Click here for directions

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