Thread: Heading to Virginia.....
04-13-2011, 01:24 AM #51
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My station is about 50 miles away in richmond so a good little drive away.
Kyoto is a great place. I am not a huge fan of captain georges simpily not worth the money sense i dont do seafood.
Next time you are down check out the chickohominy house for breakfast. That is some great down home southern cooking.
04-13-2011, 06:22 AM #52
Nope - no Capt Geroges.....breakfast was done at the condo - a lot cheaper that way!.....had dinner at the Jefferson House one night, which was so-so......
I went past Richmond 2x on my trip lol....to and from DC for my NFPA meeting.....
Oh - and yes, my truck DID turn a bit green while I was there.....
Kyoto was just bought by one of the chefs - he bought out the other owners...that is the guy who hooked us up with our dinner - my brother told me he went back for a 2nd time and had another awesome meal- just let the owner/chef make whatever he wanted him to try.....
Well - next trip I'll try to get over to Richmond! I'm hoping to be able to head back down this summer for at least a weekend trip....
04-13-2011, 09:55 AM #53
Captain Georges is a seafood calabash restaurant. A large buffet all you can eat fare.
No breakfast. You get that at the places that cater on the breakfast stuff.
Along Richmond Highway, US RT 60 is loaded with places to get your eggs and grits.Stay Safe and Well Out There....
Always remembering 9-11-2001 and 343+ Brothers
05-05-2011, 12:29 PM #54
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