Recent press on our new favorite restaurant and market—Camden’s Dogtown Market.
From Richmond.com’s Karri Peifer:
…after a few months of regrouping, revamping the space, and completely overhauling the concept, [Chef Andy] Howell has reopened the space on his own and is back to his wildly delicious (and always affordable) Mediterranean-influenced roots.
Camden’s Dogtown Market, the new name for the totally new spot, is a market / restaurant that’s now open Monday – Saturday with gourmet market wares, and then for lunch and dinner on the same days.
Catch the full-story here.
And from Style Weekly’s Deveron Timberlake:
In the same way that Camden, the mystery-breed dog, is a friendly mascot, the retooled Camden’s Dogtown Market at 201 W. Seventh St. is a food business mongrel. Chef Andy Howell has turned the short-lived Ejay Rin noodle bar into a catch-all affair that’s whetting the appetites of those who’ve known and loved his cuisine at Café Rustica, Avenue 805 and Zeus Gallery Café.
Read the rest here.
And for the full story, just come on down to the Corrugated Box Building.