Rappahannock Restaurant

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320-322 E Grace St (4th Street And E Grace St)
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 545-0565
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 3:00 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 3:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • A glass of Pinot noir is $14.50 and was NOT made by unicorns.
  • The Oyster Chowder and a couple clams from the raw bar make for a decent lunch under $10
  • Must have the Oyster and Pearls!
  • the oysters!!!! even the low salt ones are briny and delicious!
  • The oysters are delicious!
  • Best fresh oysters in RIC
  • Great spot, good food!
  • At Rappahannock Restaurant, chef Dylan Fultineer serves perfectly cooked Virginia scallops surrounding rich, beefy braised oxtail and roasted cauliflower coated in a healthy dose of curry powder.
  • The baked oysters were so delicious!!!
  • Lunch cant miss - the Rockfish sandwich it's to die for!
  • Yeah, yeah, yeah. The oysters are awesome. That's a given. But the bar is top notch, too, with a great draft selection and fine cocktails.
  • Try the Oysters!!!!
  • Oysters and pearls for the win.
  • Get the Rockfish & Barcat Oyster Bourride with garlic, fennel, potatoes, poached egg & grilled bread. The Grilled Virginia Scallops with braised Oxtail, roasted cauliflower & curry was also excellent.
  • Oysters and Pearls
  • Went for our anniversary. $130 for oysters, entres, 2 glasses of wine, desert and coffees, including tip. Worth every penny! Everything was excellent, especially the scallop dish, truly exceptional.
  • The Bitches say: A+ for a memorable meal with the founders of Rappahannock talking all things oyster, but also because the Chefs clean take on Southern fare, crafted from the freshest ingredients.
  • If you love oysters, you can't miss this place! Their "Oysters & Pearls" are like a little piece of heaven on a dish.
  • Oysters and cocktails in a chill-ass space
  • Great wine selection. Happy hour runs Sunday-Thursday from 4pm, worth the stop!