Try This: Lunch and drinks at the expanded Three Notch’d RVA

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Bottoms up, Richmond — Three Notch’d Brewing Company has expanded its RVA Collab House, and City Editor Robin (that’s me 👋) took three pals to check out the new space + menu. Thanks to the expansion, Richmonders can now grab lunch, dinner, and locally-made beer at the Scott’s Addition spot, seven days a week.


The Heat pizza with Sriracha chili sauce was a table favorite. | Photo by RICtoday

What we tried (with pricing):

Head Brewer Alejandro recommended the Back to Basics pale ale ($8) and Here There Be Lions ($8), a dry-hopped saison. We also tried the exclusive Mark of the Artist ($8) — brewed in collaboration with local artist Nico Cathcart — and the non-alcoholic Salted Lime Gose ($4).

For lunch, we enjoyed splitting The Heat ($12), River City ($14), and Bianca ($12) pizzas. We also got a sneak peek of a carnitas pie that just might make its way to the menu soon. A post-lunch cannoli ($6) was a sweet way to end the afternoon.

What not to miss:

Make sure to note the RVA Exclusives on the draft beer menu. Head Brewer Alejandro took us backstage at the brewery to show us the in-house process for these special pours. They’re only available at the Richmond location, giving Alejandro the freedom to get creative, collaborate, and brew what locals like.


Here There Be Lions is an Alejandro original. | Photo by RICtoday

What we’re still talking about:

We tried to eat the entire menu, but it just wasn’t possible in one go. Next time, I’ve got my eye on the pretzel bites. Luckily, Three Notch’d RVA is open seven days a week, so a return trip is on our agenda.


Enjoying fresh beer in an artistic atmosphere. | Photo by RICtoday

How you can experience this:

Head to the RVA Collab House in Scott’s Addition any day for lunch, dinner, or beers (hours below). And trust me — try the ‘za.


Grab a group of friends + head to Scott’s Addition. | Photo by RICtoday

Things to know if you go:

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