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Perrin Construction has replaced all of my home's windows, HVAC, and as of January, my hot water heater, which died the day before the storm. Kennon met me at Home Depot to pick out the heater, loaded it into my truck, contacted the plumber for the gas line and had it installed and working before the blizzard hit 24 hours later. I would have been without water for 3 days if he hadn't taken care of this so quickly. Thank you for this herculean effort.
Want an incredible, REAL Espresso drink? Check out Main Street Coffee. A unique coffee shop in the heart of Richmond Virginia offering Italian espresso drinks (latte, cappuccino, etc) smoothies, and more. All hand-crafted... No automatic machines like the big shops. Plus check out the artwork for sale from various local artists. Awesome place.
A cool little Italian restaurant located in the local neighborhood. Has a good neighborhood feel to it. Went there was some high school friends Bobby McEntee, Walter Stumpf and Mike Natale after our 40th reunion. Have the baked spaghetti and it was the best I've had in many many years. Not too cheesy and just the right amount of sauce and pasta. I follow the lead of my Italian friend Mike Natale. I would also recommend to take out special of baked spaghetti, salad and bread for 5 dollars. A great value.
Huge plate of plain pasta covered with canned spaghetti sauce and a piece of pre-frozen, breaded veal. Salad was romaine lettuce with 2 slices of mealy tomato on top. Server was very nice and attentive but food is awful.
Don't write many reviews so when I do you bet the place have to be great. Found this place while attending some classes in Richmond, using the TV places to eat food map. Man vs. Food had done a show at this location so we said we'll go for it. Super nice service for us out-of-towners who didn't know a thing about the menu. And the food was the best thing I have had in while. If there was anything negative to be said to would be trying to find a place to park. Highly recommend trying this place out.