Richmond's "Mile of Style," Carytown is made up of hundreds of locally owned shops, boutiques, restaurants and specialty stores.
Richmond's "Mile of Style", Carytown is made up of hundreds of locally owned shops, boutiques, restaurants and specialty stores.
Go to Ellwoods Coffee for caffeine. Hit up Plan 9 for records. Scour Need Supply for clothes and check Chop Suey for gently used books. Then take a nap in the comfortable seats at the Byrd Theater
Take a lesson in parallel parking before you get here please!
Carytown Watermelon Festival every August. Check www.carytown.org for specific dates. A lot of fun
nice place to walk around and people watch!
Come here anytime and enjoy a walk from one end to the other, stop at shops on your way! Fun will be had!
Home of the Carytown Watermelon Festival. Great attraction for all ages.
Make sure you check out Basilis Greek Restaurant...My recommendation would be the Souvlaki Lamb Plate....
Definitely not known as the cupcake capital of RVA, more like the eccentric and high end shopping district of RVA, which isn't a bad thing
Don't walk in the middle of the road. That's for cars.
Go to the Carytown Wine and Food Festival every October/November.
Fun place to eat, stroll, browse, shop.
Really cool place to walk around and explore some of the unique character of Richmond.
You should go to Sweet Frog, For the Love of Chocolate, and the Byrd Theatre.
Love all this area has to offer: art galleries, shopping, ice cream, food, movies
It's like driving in the derby! New drivers don't even think about it!!
Road construction at Thompson Street.
Beware: Slow drivers.
Best boutique shopping in RVA.
Richmond's "mile of style" Carytown is an eclectic mix of shops, galleries and restaurants.
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All hail Carytown.
Such a great selection of shops & restaurants on one strip from high end shops to low end thrift stores & the best of restaurants you'll find in Richmond! :)