The Village Cafe has been serving the public since 1956. With a friendly, refreshingly honest, and hard-working staff, you won’t leave disappointed. Walk through those doors on the corner of Harrison and Grace to cure your hangovers, satisfy your cravings, and meet the craziest and nicest people you’ll come by in Richmond. Regardless of your reason for entering our domain of awesomeness, you’ll be happy you did.
Located near the VCU Monroe Park Campus, students frequent the establishment for breakfast before class and beers after exams. If you want breakfast for dinner, a burger at nine in the morning, or a milkshake with over 100 flavor combination options, The Village Café is your go-to place. Sip on a cup of Carytown coffee, ground in-house, grab a bite, grab a beer and enjoy the atmosphere.
Are you a basketball junkie? Village Cafe is THE place to be for VCU Basketball games. Located just one block from the Siegel Center, home of the infamous VCU Rams, the bar is packed with fans pre and post game.
Just like any city, parking can be a hassle. Luckily there is a parking deck less than a block away and plenty of surrounding street spots. Pay the meters, but not on the weekends!
After being featured on the Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” The Village Café has definitely become a destination stop for foodies across the country. Our onion rings are battered in a homemade-mixture of that award-winning Pabst Blue Ribbon and a draft lager- and they never disappoint. Just remember to come in happy and hungry – we’ll take care of the rest.