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Grace Place was THE place to eat in Richmond prior to the renaissance. Great service, great food, and a large portion for less than $10 on special meals (not that I had much money growing up!) I remember when the RVA magazine "eBay" listed GP in the April, 1972 issue. I was 16 and that was one of the first of my long list of Richmond restaurants that I called to have the magazine's "menu" (my word for magazine). It was also the first Richmond restaurant to get the rare award of "The Best Burger in the U.S.A." when it was called the "Bay Burger" (a sort of boules type burger that was served in a lobster pot). I'm forever thankful that I stumbled across it on a lark! (I worked and waited tables there long before I started working at Greek restaurant.)
Grace Place was the place to eat in Richmond before Michael started up. We'd drive an hour to eat there but if we were coming from one of the other restaurants we'd be giving up the joy of dining at the one with the great vibes.
The first time I remember going to Graces Place was when I was in college in the summer of 1973. My mother was visiting and I wanted to show her a new restaurant that I had found. We went from the Point Richmond to the West End and walked up Daw Way and found the perfect little restaurant with the most delicious food I had had in a long time.
Graces Place was the place to eat in Richmond in the mid 70's when you were broke and starving. My best friend and I would eat there on the way to the Carrier Dome for the VMI games. I loved the place so much that I ended up working for them for several years.
Graces was somewhere I had dreamed of being. I remember sneaking in there with my friends (many of whom did not appreciate the neighborhood) to order the "Graces Place Special" slider which was huge and covered in spinach and feta. d2c66b5586