This week you’ll have plenty of opportunities to eat Pizza Tonight while shopping for local, handmade goods.
As usual, this Wednesday, you can find us at the indoor St. Stephen’s Market. If you’ve never been to the indoor version of St. Stephen’s popular farmer’s market, this is a great week to visit. We’ll be offering doughs and sauces as well as meatballs, mozzarella, and our crispy breadsticks, aka Pizza Bones.
The market runs from 4-7pm, and we’ll be happy to set aside any orders for a speedy post-work pick up! Just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your order!
On Thursday December 1, one of Richmond’s most beloved art events will be taking place: Art 180′s 8th annual Art Karma, a silent auction benefiting Art 180′s self-expression-promoting after school programs. The event offers tons of fun in the form of tarot reading, WRIR dj-ing, and local food feasting, including Pizza Tonight‘s classic beef-and-pork meatballs, of which there will be plenty for everyone….especially if you get there early! And we’re happy to announce that resident Fire-Man, Joe Deroche, will be donating one of his pieces to the auction. Joe’s amazing art features multimedia arial views in stunning detail. He and other local artists, such as Matt Lively, will be represented in Art 180′s art auction – Don’t miss it!
Friday brings us to another First Friday Market. This month’s market happens to coincide with Grand Illumination, so there will be plenty of fun and festivity to be had while you’re enjoying your Pizza Tonight, Grayhaven Wine, and all the other fabulous vendors that will be there!
If you can’t make it to this month’s first Friday, that’s ok, there will be more (though not in January.) But this Saturday is the LAST South of the James Market in Forest Hill Park!! Did you enjoy the market this Summer? – All the fantastic farmers and artisans that came out week after week to provide Richmond with local handmade items?
Well, this Saturday, show your support by showing up and spending at the market! A word to the wise – now that the days are shorter, the morning hours are very lightly attended at the market. That means you can get in (with a great parking spot,) do your shopping, and get home in time for breakfast!
And, of course, the BAM (our Bacon, Apple, and Maple pizza) is a perfect sweet-meets-savory breakfast option, so get it while you still can!
We round out the weekend with a very unique event, perfect for your local Christmas shopping needs – Artva’s Independent Art and Craft Show!
We’ll be there with the oven, selling pizzas all afternoon, so come get some shopping and lunch done in one fell swoop! WRIR is a sponsor, so there’ll be great music, people, art, and food for all to enjoy.
‘Tis the season!