Museum District Bed & Breakfast

2811 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, 23221, United States
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Drink Virginia wine

by matcrazy1

I found this writing "Conserve water, drink Virginia wine" on a car bumper in Richmond.

I followed the suggestions and bought two bottles of Virginia wine. I was told that they taste great. I don't know yet. They are still waiting for me, special occasion needed. Maybe I will open them on Christmas.

Famous Foods of Virginia Cookies

by b1bob

This is one Richmond institution that stubbornly hangs on in the ashes of Miller & Rhoads, Thalhimer's, Azalea Mall, and Sixth Street Marketplace. Since 1899, the sweet smells of the Famous Foods of Virginia (FFV) factory have filled the skies of Richmond and the boxes of cookies have filled grocery store shelves all over the country. Well, almost...Interbake Foods announced in early 2005 that it will stay in business, but it is closing the Richmond factory in favour of a new one in the Shenandoah Valley. For many years, FFV baked Girl Scout Cookies. When my daddy was in the army in the 1960s- serving in Northern Virginia, Georgia, and Missouri among other places- he would buy the cookies to support the local girl scout troop and he would see on the package, "Baked by F.F.V.: Richmond, Virginia".

Virginia Food Festival

by b1bob

The Virginia Food Festival at the Richmond Raceway Complex showcases many of Virginia's agricultural products including- but not limited to- milk, wine, barbecue, and fresh produce. It was one of the hottest days of 2006 (103°F, 40°C) so I didn't eat as much as I normally would. I had barbecued chicken, pork barbecue, hush puppies, and apple brown betty. The pork barbecue had a sauce that was tomato based. I like tomato sauce, but only for my pasta. I rather prefer the eastern Virginia and North Carolina vinegar-based sauce (and the South Carolina mustard based sauce). I had thought about getting some steamed crabs (before settling on the mediocre barbecue). The crab tent didn't give out utensils for busting open the shells. Those who did not enquire beforehand were out of luck. My advice is to bring nutcrackers or a mallet from home (they might also come in handy in the parking lot after sundown). The $25 ticket allows for everything you care to eat or drink. For some reason, the Virginia Agribusiness Council, which holds the event, discourages attendees from taking food home. If you forked out $25 for a ticket you should be able to eat the food anywhere you want.

G Force Karts

by gipper84

G Force Karts is an indoor go-cart track, in which you can go and race go-carts with friends. G Force is the only one of its kind in Richmond because for one it is an indoor track, and secondly the carts can get up to like 35 to 40 miles per hour which is pretty fast for a normal go-cart. The price is kind of expensive but it is worth it once you try it. It cost about 20 dollars to race on the track, but once you try it you won't regret it. You get a real rush of energy once out on the track going around at pretty fast speeds racing friends. David and I went and we enjoyed ourselves alot. We ended up doing 2 races, and they give you a discount for doing more than 1 race which is pretty nice. I am also a member there so I get discounted races since I tend to go about once a month. You don't need any equipment because everything is provided for you there.

17th Street Farmers Market - Shockoe Bottom

by Ewingjr98

Richmond's farmers market is located in Shockoe Bottom at 17th Street. Here you can buys your fruits and vegetables at the Thursday Growers’ Market, the Saturday Mucho Market, and the Sunday Shockoe Flea Market. I Stopped by the Saturday Market, which was open, though with very few vendors, before 8 am.

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Address: 2811 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, 23221, United States