This summer flew by like never before! I felt like it was just yesterday that I was bracing myself for the impending summer heat. Thankfully, in our area of the East Coast in the U.S. there were lots of gorgeous weather days and new restaurant experiences that I enjoyed. While I visited these places during … More Top 5 Summer Favorites
64 Eats has been on a bit of a break but that’s because we’ve been trying out new restaurants and experimenting with new programs to bring you a snapshot of the our favorite places along the I-64 corridor in Virginia. Don’t worry. We won’t keep all those wonderful foodie experiences to ourselves!
After checking out a few of my posts I’m sure you’ve noticed that I enjoy trying restaurants that specialize in a variety of cuisines. Living in the same city for most of your life, you learn which places are the best for whatever you have a current hankering. Moving to a new city involves lots … More Judy’s Sichuan Cuisine
May 2012 – Memorial Day On my way to Richmond from Tidewater I have several routes I can take: some fast, some a bit slower paced. From trips to Williamsburg over the years, I knew that I-64 was the direct route home while Route 5 was the “back road” taken many years by travelers before … More Reflections – Cowlings BBQ (Rt 460)
I tried to stay away. I really did, but the almond croissant called for me from Washington Street in Portsmouth, compelling me to visit the place featured in my last post one more time. I usually try not to visit a place too much after I have been introduced. I will often wait a few … More Artisans Bakery – Part Deux