Richmond Magazine / 25 Best Restaurants in Richmond
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It’s “everybody in the pool” with the wood-fired oven. Brussels sprouts get churched up with some char (also with Grana Padano and pickled mustard seeds), as do crab cakes, pork chops and the signature pizzas.
Anything from the occasionally esoteric wine menu. You’ll also find Tazza’s private Portuguese wine label (a Verdelho and a red blend).
WHAT YOU’LL LOVE:
Tazza’s accessibility. It has approachability in spades.
WHAT YOU WON’T:
Tazza’s accessibility. It can feel a little corporate.
If your favorite chain restaurant used better ingredients, had ties to local farmers and changed their menu seasonally … actually, why go to a chain when we have two (soon to be three) Tazza locations?
Large parties with lots of different palates. There is something for everyone.
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