Food Handlers Café’s menu is made up of American diner classics including burgers and pancake breakfasts. They also have dishes that reflect their Southern flare like chicken and waffles, and French toast made with Texas toast.
San Francisco commuters will soon have another option for getting to work as a new ferry service from Richmond is set to begin next September.
‘Holiday in the Point’ will be an easy excuse to wander about downtown, greet your neighbors, take your picture with Santa, grab a quick dinner and get your shopping done.
Staff at Portumex Restaurant on 23rd Street received welcome support on Saturday, Oct. 7 when community members came to clean up their back alley. Neighbors and volunteers from Kennedy High School and the Richmond Police Department began a remodel to transform it from a dark, trash-filled alley to a freshly painted, brightly lit corridor.
LBG Real Estate Companies and Aviva Investors announced last month the purchase of Hilltop Mall. The new owners believe the mall’s visibility and access to a dense and growing residential population is ideal for its resurgence.
Over 400 Richmond riders joined in the 23rd annual Bike To Work Day on Thursday, May 11.
Longtime Bay Area newspaper publisher and Richmond Pulse contributor Vernon Whitmore recently sat down with Richmond City Manager Bill Lindsay to discuss some of the changes coming to Richmond, and how the city is positioning itself for new business and development in a way that benefits the entire community.
There is a new craze in Downtown Richmond right across the street from the Richmond BART parking garage called Your Way Pizza that opened its doors in April.
Brezo at Baltic Square, Point Richmond’s newest restaurant, is an eclectic mix of old and new.
Ghaliyah Roberts-Palmer was one of five local women who were honored recently as “Women of Impact” at an event hosted by Richmond Main Street, for their achievements as entrepreneurs and their contributions to the Richmond community.