The new ice cream shop next to Kitchen 64, Sweet 95, is now open and selling delicious milkshakes and other goodies: The business has been hatching for years along with Giavos offspring Constantine, 20, and Maria, 16. During the summer they’ll run the business, serving a half-dozen flavors of Homestead Creamery ice cream in cones, [...]
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This has been going on for a while, but yesterday I rode by Kitchen 64 and grabbed a picture of their ongoing patio expansion. Looks like they are going the route of Starlite and Three Monkeys — a more permanent patio structure with big windows you can open in the summer and close in the [...]
In its annual Best & Worst list, Richmond Magazine named Kitchen 64 the best nonchain lunch spot in town. And owner Johnny Giavos also made the cover! Johnny and his wife Katrina (who also own and operate 3 Monkeys, Kuba Kuba, Sidewalk Cafe, and Gibson’s Grill) opened Kitchen 64 just two years ago. Copies of [...]
The March issue of Richmond Magazine is loaded with food and restaurant coverage, including two Northside restaurants offering “sure thing sandwiches.” The grilled cheese at Zed Cafe at 5109 Lakeside Avenue is described as: Sometimes it’s hard to top your childhood faves, but processed American cheese ain’t got nothin’ on the grilled cheese at Zed [...]
The December issue of Richmond Magazine takes a look at comfort foods, including the category of “sure-thing sandwiches,” which netted Northside’s Kitchen 64 a mention for its Thanksgiving-themed creation — The Rhysdale. “If you’re a Thanksgiving junkie, give thanks for this sandwich: smoked turkey, cranberry spread, herbed cream cheese and petit greens on whole-grain bread.”
86 Richmond, a weblog maintained by a local chef, recently visited Kitchen 64 for lunch. Here’s a peek at the review: A friend and I arrived at Kitchen 64 towards the end of the lunch hour around 1pm. I’ll admit this probably isn’t the best time to get a high quality lunch. Those kitchen guys [...]
Longtime Richmond writer Lisa Antonelli Bacon reviews Northside’s Kitchen 64 in the latest issue of Brock Weekly. Her positive review is more focused on the story of Kitchen 64 and its owners, the Giavos family: Kitchen 64 is a departure in a way, spreading the Giavos empire beyond the Fan. “Years ago, when Johnny and [...]
Richmond Food for Thought, another of the city’s slate of food-focused weblogs, recently visited Northside’s Kitchen 64 and left impressed.
Tobacco Avenue, a Richmond-based satire website, took a gentle jab at one of North Richmond’s newer eating destinations, Kitchen 64: …two Richmond-area stoners pondered how funny it would be if popular restaurant Kitchen 64 were called Kitchen 64 Plus 5. “Dude, like, ’cause just think about what 64 plus five equals,” giggled pothead Zach Frye [...]
Kitchen 64 has launched a new expanded website complete with menus, photos and reviews. Visit the Kitchen 64 site here.