Community Impact Newspaper publishes a dining feature each month on a locally owned restaurant in the Richmond area. Check out each of our profiles from 2017 below:
This Mexican food eatery opened in 2015, offering everything from enchiladas with bacon wrapped shrimp to stuffed poblano peppers.
1868 FM 359, Richmond.
Clancy’s menu includes popular appetizers, such as seasoned and fried pork skins known as cracklins, specialty sandwiches and burgers, including a traditional Reuben sandwich, and entrees such as 12-ounce hand-cut rib-eye steaks and shepherd’s pie.
503 FM 359, Ste. 118, Richmond.
Pier 36 offers an upscale, casual atmosphere with classic Gulf Coast seafood, such as Gulf fish and shrimp, domestic catfish and local crab meat, as well as a full bar and happy hour specials. 1410 E. Hwy. 90A, Ste. 200, Richmond.
The Grove Do-nutz & Deli offers about 40 different doughnut flavors. 815 Plantation Drive, Richmond. 281-232-6406.
Some of Larry’s most popular dishes are the special combination nachos, fajitas and enchiladas. 116 E. Hwy. 90A, Richmond. 281-342-2881.