July 4th Celebration at Long Bridge Park
The Grapevine’s food truck and festival teams will be catering to thousands of people celebrating for the Fourth of July this year.
Our food truck teams are at these locations over the holiday:
Great American Picnic
Red, White and Lights
Long Bridge Park
The Grapevine restaurant is closed from Sunday, July 2nd to Tuesday, July 4th and will return to regular business hours on Wednesday, July 5th.
Grapevine received the “2017 People Love Us On YELP” award.
1. Low in Processed Foods and Sugar
2. Helps You Lose Weight in Healthy Way
3. Improves Heart Health
4. Helps Fight Cancer
5. Prevents or Treats Diabetes
6. Protects Cognitive Health and Can Improve Your Mood
7. Might Help You Live Longer!
8. Helps You De-stress and Relax
Source: Dr. Josh Axe
Richmond Friends of the Homeless was formed in 1986 to strengthen and enrich the community life of the underprivileged and homeless in Richmond, Virginia. We are happy to be supporting such an important cause this year. It has been our privilege to serve those who need it the most.
Comfort Zone Camp is a nonprofit 501(c)3 bereavement camp that transforms the lives of children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. The free camps include confidence building programs and age-based support groups that break the emotional isolation grief often brings. Comfort Zone Camps are offered to children 7-17, and are held year-round across the Country. We have offices in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Virginia.
RICHMOND, Va – Come on out and enjoy the 12th Annual Richmond Vegetarian Festival! Chef Mike Trak from The Grapevine Restaurant joined us in the studio to share a Mediterranean Favorite, Tabouli Salad. The Richmond Vegetarian Festival is Saturday, June 21st from 12pm to 6pm in the beautiful Azalea Gardens in Bryan Park. Admission is FREE! This family friendly and pet friendly event will be a treat for all ages. CBS 6 Meteorologist Mike Goldberg will be the Emcee. For more information on Chef Mike and the Richmond Vegetarian festival, visit Veggiefest.org and Grapevine Restaurant.
May we introduce the Mitchell family: Georgia, Ken, Brian, and Theresa. The Mitchell’s have worked hard their entire lives to provide a secure future for their son. Georgia was a nurse and Ken worked in IT.
In 2010, Ken suffered a devastating stroke that most people would have never survived. Because of his strong will and the love and support from his family Ken was able to live. He still suffers from multiple conditions on a day to day basis. It is because of Georgia’s constant guardianship that Ken is still with us.
Theresa is Georgia’s aunt. Unfortunately she has been mentally handicapped for her entire life. Georgia promised her mother she would take care of Theresa when she passed. Georgia kept her promise and opened up their home to Theresa. She takes care of Theresa, Ken, and their son Brian on a daily basis. Brian is a student at Byrd Middle school. He excels in everything from academics to athletics. He is truly the light in their lives. The love the Mitchell’s have for each other is the reason they continue to have a positive outlook on life. For the Mitchell’s every day is a struggle and a blessing. It is organizations like the Christmas Mother that make it possible for them to have a happy holiday.
Grapevine is proud to be a part of the Christmas Mother and we extend our blessings to the Mitchell family this holiday season.
Make a donation to the Richmond Christmas Mother Fund.
NBC12 Awarded The Grapevine Restaurant the Hall of Fame Award for passing multiple health inspections without a single critical violation. See our debut at the end of this video.