Wednesday, April 21, 2010

When it's just too hot in the kitchen


As Spring transitions into Summer, and our kitchens become the last place we want to spend time, there are a few newish options for Richmonders looking for take-out. Olio on Main Street, formerly the European Market, and Spoonfed in the near-west end in the former Stonewall Market space, both offer some nice options for take-out. Olio has a more diverse menu that includes sandwiches and salads, pizza and entrees, as well as some mid to high end gourmet items (high end being the $249.00 bottle of aged balsamic vinegar). Spoonfed offers more traditional cocktail party and dinner fare, including ham biscuits, shrimp and grits, and filet mignon.

For the full feed, check out this week's Style Weekly.

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