Brian Buffini’s Success Tour: Where to Dine in Richmond, VA

Brian Buffini’s Success Tour will be in Richmond, Virginia on April 9th and 10th.

Brian Buffini and his special guest, best-selling author and positivity expert Jon Gordon, will inspire and motivate thousands of real estate professionals from across North America on April 9th and 10th (click to learn more about the real estate event). While attending this action-packed training seminar you’re bound to work up an appetite, so we’ve got you covered with the best local spots to treat your taste buds after a productive day of business training! Richmond is home to nearly 600 restaurants. Here are a few popular options to check out:

Mansion Five 26: 526 N. 2nd Street, 0.2 Miles from the Success Tour
If you like a bit of history with your meal, Mansion Five 26 is the place to go. The restaurant is located in the Taylor Mansion, which was built in 1907 and was the home of William Washington Brown, who started the first chartered African American owned bank. The restaurant offers a wide range of Southern cuisine and is open Tuesday to Friday for lunch from 11:30am to 2:30pm and for dinner from 5pm to 10pm. Call for a reservation: 804-308-2913 Price range: $$

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Chez Foushee: 203 N. Foushee Street, 0.3 miles from the Success Tour
Located a short walk from the Convention Center, Chez Foushee offers diners a variety of delicious dishes made with fresh, local and sustainable ingredients. The restaurant is open for lunch daily, and offers carry-out options during the week as well as dinner Thursday through Saturday. Price range: $$

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Lucy’s: 404 N. 2nd Street, 0.1 miles from the Success Tour
If independently-owned restaurants are your thing, check out Lucy’s, located a short walk from the Convention Center. Lucy’s sources much of their grass-fed, grain finished beef from Monrovia Farm in Virginia. The restaurant also has vegan and vegetarian options, and is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 3pm for lunch and 5pm to 10pm for dinner. Price range: $$

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Pasture: 416 E. Grace Street, 0.2 miles from the Success Tour
Pasture offers the best of Southern cooking with a tapas-style twist. While it offers a few family-style dishes, most of the offerings are served on smaller plates. Additionally, it offers fresh ingredients from local Virginia farms, producers and breweries. Pasture is open Monday through Friday 11:30am to 2:30pm for lunch and 5pm to 10pm for dinner (Friday and Saturday they stay open until 11pm). Price range: $$

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Mama J’s Kitchen: 415 N. 1st Street, 0.2 miles from the Success Tour
Get a heaping helping of Southern cuisine like your grandma used to make (or would have made if she was raised in the South). Mama J’s Kitchen offers a variety of soul food classics, and is open all week from 11am to 9pm (10pm on Friday and Saturday). Price range: $$

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The Black Sheep: 901 W. Marshall Street, 0.8 miles from the Success Tour
The Black Sheep offers a variety of dishes, including soup, sandwiches and other American fare. However, the restaurant is known for its submarine sandwiches, which are named after battleships and in some cases, are about the size of one as well. It’s a short drive from the Convention Center, and is open for lunch and dinner. Price range: $$

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Buz and Ned’s: 1119 N Blvd, 2.6 miles from the Success Tour
If you’re hankering for some barbecue, head down to Buz and Ned’s Real Barbecue, which has been featured on the Food Network. The restaurant offers delicious food from recipes that have been perfected over the past 150 years. Buz and Ned’s is open for lunch and dinner and is about 10 minute drive from the Convention Center. Price range: $$

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Are you a Richmond local? What restaurants would you add to this list?

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