CELEBRATE PRIDE IN RVA
Join us for a day of fun in the sun as Richmond celebrates Pridefest. On September 28, unite at Brown’s Island for a free, family-friendly day of festivities featuring a variety of vendors, local eats, activities, and live entertainment. With hundreds of welcoming restaurants, hotels, and attractions plus a month-long series of events, it's the perfect time to come wave your rainbow flag in Richmond.
Kickoff Pridefest week in the Scott's Addition Beverage District for a day of beer, spirits, cider and mead. Pick up your Pride Passport at one of our participating locations.
WHAT TO EAT
For a comprehensive list of dining options, click here. These are some of our favorite spots.
Come as you are for good food and gracious hospitality at a fair price. A vast menu proper for anytime of the day.
A neighborhood restaurant with a focus on great food within a loving dining experience.
Homey, classic American comfort food located in the heart of Carytown.
Provocative French/American cuisine in an equally entrancing space from James Beard Award nominated chef David Shannon.
A Richmond mainstay since 1989, Chez Foushee features French Quarter inspired fare with a full bar.
Southern meat-and-three in the heart of Richmond's arts district.
POUR A PINT OF PRIDE
Steamy bartenders and a famous drag brunch in the heart of downtown.
Gay-owned and open 7 days a week year-round with popular Sunday karaoke.
A Carytown staple with drag queens, DJ, karaoke nights and backyard volleyball court.
Queer DJ collective and curator of Richmond nightlife events. Animal is a dance party for humans.