RICHMOND, Va. -- It is a question often asked every night around Richmond.
"Where should we eat tonight?"
Now imagine trying to choose 20 places to eat.
Such is the tough [read: fabulous] life of David Hagedorn.
Hagedorn, a chef and restaurant owner turned food critic and writer for publications like the Washington Post, Bethesda Magazine, and Arlington Magazine, visited Richmond last fall for a piece he wrote titled Where to Eat and Drink in Richmond.
Before writing the piece, Hagedorn visited nearly two dozen Richmond restaurants and ate, and ate, and ate.
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Say hello to David Hagedorn (@dchagedorn). 🤚, David! We tracked down the chef/restaurateur turned food journalist when he visited Richmond for @arlingtonmagazine. Which restaurants did David recommend to his readers? What does he think Richmond restaurants do well and where do we need some work? Listen to this week’s @eatitvirginia with @scott_wise and @callmerobey for those answers and SO much more. PLUS PLUS PLUS @likethefruit 🍋🍋 drops in with details about the can’t miss @rbrexperience (March 1-8). PLUS PLUS PLUS @pitmaster_deaton and Robey make plans for the upcoming @chswineandfood #cbs6 #rva #richmond #richmondva #rvadine #virginia #arlington #arlingtonva #food #foodie #foodstagram #richmondrestaurant #restaurant #restaurantdesign #foodphotography #quirk
Hear all about which restaurants he loved and why he thinks they make Richmond such a special place to dine.
Plus, Kelli Lemon calls in with an update on Richmond Black Restaurant Experience and at the end of the podcast, Robey talked about the Autumn Olive Farms “On The Fly” Dodgeball Tournament. Click here for additional information about the tournament and The Holli Fund.