He and his wife + Lindsey Food Group co-owner Kimberly Love-Lindsey have extensive experience in hospitality, dining + cultural traditions in cuisine. We chatted with the multitasking maestro about what makes this restaurant different from his other ventures.
“ML Steak will have a bigger menu with a focus on upscale chophouse dining experience,” Michael said. “ML Steak won’t be a stuffy old school type… We will have an area with soft seating which can be reserved for special occasions for that VIP feel.”
The menu will feature mainly smoked meats, but will also include seafood + vegetarian entrees. The bar will offer local wines and specialty cocktails. We asked Michael what’s special about being a part of Richmond’s food scene.
“It’s just a great place to be creative and be a restaurateur,” Michael said.
Here’s a look at the other restaurants the Lindsey Food Group runs:
- Lillie Pearl | 416 E. Grace St. | Global influences on traditional Southern comfort foods
- Buttermilk and Honey | Multiple locations | Fried chicken sandwiches in a fast casual concept in Hatch Local Food Hall + West Broad Marketplace
- Jubilee | 1303 Hull St. | The seasonal menu features new entrees + desserts every few months.
- Bully Burger | 400 Hull St. | Bacon, brunch + classic burgers, also found at Hatch.
Michael says he hopes to get more into Caribbean cuisine in the future, but is focusing on ML Steak’s upscale meats for now.