Guide to RVA

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So, why Richmond or RVA as some folks like to call it? It’s a cool, little city with a burgeoning art scene and a politically-conscious spirit. In RVA, we support community and local businesses. Here’s a work in progress list of places to see, dine at, and give a spin if you’re ever in the area… perhaps for Richmond Zine Fest. ;)

For information on RVA’s community resources and zine/d.i.y. friendly spaces, check out this page: http://richmondzinefest.org/resources/

Richmond has a lot going on, and we may have missed a few locations of note. Let us know if anything should be added to this list: richmondzinefest@yahoo.com.

Restaurants (Vegan/Veg options):
821 Cafe
Lamplighter
China Panda
Ipanema
Strange Matter
Garnett’s Cafe
Don’t Look Back
Coffee Shops:
Lamplighter
Harrison Street Coffee Shop
Crossroads
Lift
Black Hand Coffee Co
Sweet Stops:
WPA Bakery
Country Style Donuts
Sugar Shack
Dixie Donuts
Bev’s Homemade Ice Cream
Carytown Cupcakes
Pearl’s Cupcake Shoppe
Thrift/Second-Hand:
Diversity Thrift
FANtastic Thrift (1914 W Main St.)
Bikes Books and Beyond
Round Two RVA
Rumors
Vinyl:
Steady Sounds
Vinyl Conflict
Deep Grove
Plan 9
Books:
Velocity Comics
Chop Suey
Art Galleries:
Quirk
Studio Two Three
Black Iris
Gallery 5
Art 6
1708 Gallery
Fancy Beer:
FineFoods Market (700 Idlewood Ave)
Shields Market
Strawberry Street Market
Miscellaneous:
Stuff Redux
Video Fan
97.3 FM WRIR: Richmond Independent Radio

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For General Questions and Media Enquiries:

richmondzinefest@yahoo.com
Want to help Richmond Zine Fest? All donations go toward the cost of a renting a space for the annual event and printing for promotions. We rely on donations to keep fees for participating in full-day event affordable for in-state and out-of-state participants.
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