Posts Tagged ‘broad street’
Every major city in the US has an Asian cultural center and Richmond is no exception. The only distinction between ours and theirs is that our downtown Chinatown is Horsepen Road—a semi-suburban road that would go unnoticed if you didn’t know what Asian delights occupied it.
Since they opened their second location in the old Fuddrucker’s building near the intersection of Broad and Parham, we’ve been wanting to try Buz and Ned’s. So today, after standing outside a crowded Tae Kwon Do studio next door while my son got his red belt, I kept smelling the great aromas coming from Buz […]
Richmond is approximately 1,450 miles to the nearest border with Mexico, just south of San Antonio, Texas. That being said, we live in a global world and our neighbor to the south has brought some fine cuisine to our neck of the woods. I mean, if you think about it, Vietnam is much farther (approximately […]
Richmond is in the Cultural South–the capital of the Confederacy, a group of states that fought to protect their right to work hard and maintain their thriving rural economy without Federal impediment forcing taxes down their throats and taking away their right to own guns or people. With this focus on hard work and farming […]
Happy belated Independence Day! Hope you enjoyed the summer heat and a few beverages and something grilled as our founding fathers might have done all those years ago. Second only to fireworks, barbecuing is among the most important 4th of July traditions–but it should by no means be the only time you light up the […]