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I frequent this place way outside my comfort zone for food, but I love it. This is the first time in my life (yes, I'm a doctor) that I order the Lamb, which sounds exotic. I love the sticky, buttery, soul food at Grace Place, and this is the first time I've ever been pleasantly surprised by the Whole 30 for lunch (hooray!).
Richmond is quite a little city with many chefs, and Grace Place, with it's long line of success, might have lasted until they opened a new place. But the day it closed a few years ago I went down and asked John Wilkes for permission to photograph the building. I was hoping to see if he could use it for his upcoming wine restaurant, and have the memory of a great eating experience.
With John Koerner as chef, I'd be very happy with his restaurant. I saw a recording of his restaurant in Richmond on a menu he designed for the Holiday Inn in the 1970's. Initially his food (not the restaurant) appeared quite healthy and I didn't know how healthy it was. Then I spoke to John today and he told me that he himself is veg-and almost vegan, and his restaurants are built on that philosophy. I asked if he'd share some of his cooking tips and he told me that he uses mostly 100% whole foods with very little wrapping. He prefers to focus on the nutrition from the ingredients, and then the flavor as that's usually the best indicator of flavor.
I got my first "break-fast" at Grace Place on a kick-ass Econoline 1949. Oh my yes. The pasty jalapenos, cup of "Coffee", the airy saturated Cuban(!), the mouse, and three more eggs on bread I can't eat any more... Then there is the "cheese" which was actually something else... We had these apples that were sort of like Granny Smiths but I couldn't remember their names... Anyway, I appreciated it, but I didn't love it; at least not enough to get back. d2c66b5586