Parking, Dining & Lodging

Ticket holders for Luncheon Lecture with Karen Rexrode will dine in the Marshall Ballroom Tuesday at noon. Boxed lunches will be available for purchase in the lobby of the John Marshall and at the Kent-Valentine House Tuesday between 11:30 am and 1:30 pm. Dinner Tuesday night is on your own.

 

Suggested Dining

Bistro 27
27 W Broad St
804-780-0086
http://bistrotwentyseven.com/
Upscale, European bistro

Chez Foushee
203 N Foushee St
804-648-3225
chezfoushee.com
Upscale, seasonal French-Creole cuisine

Comfort
200 W Broad St
804-780-0084
http://www.comfortrestaurant.com/richmond/richmond_index.html
Casual southern

Lemaire at The Jefferson Hotel
101 W Franklin St
804-649-4629
http://www.lemairerestaurant.com/
Upscale, New American fare

Maple and Pine at Quirk Hotel
201 W Broad St
804-340-6040
http://www.quirkhotel.com/
Chic boutique hotel restaurant

Rappahannock
320 E Grace St
804-545-0565
https://www.rroysters.com/restaurants/rappahannock
Upscale industrial-chic seafood menu and oyster bar

Tarrant's Cafe
1 W Broad St
804-225-0035
Converted turn of the century drugstore, large selection menu

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Suggested Lodging

Linden Row Inn
100 E Franklin St
Mention GCV Symposium for discounted rate
(800) 348-7424
http://www.lindenrowinn.com/

Hilton Richmond Downtown
501 E Broad St
For GCV Symposium rate contact Jason Trice, Regional Sales Manger
804-727-2121 or jason.trice@hilton.com
http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/virginia/hilton-richmond-downtown-RICRDHH/index.html

Richmond Marriott
500 E Broad St
(804) 643-3400
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ricdt-richmond-marriott/

Jefferson Hotel
101 W Franklin St
(804) 788-8000
http://www.jeffersonhotel.com/

Quirk Hotel
201 W Broad St
(804) 340-6040
http://www.quirkhotel.com

 

Parking Options

RVA City Parking Map

Street parking is available for 2 hours, fees vary. Passport Parking Mobile app simplifies payment in city lots.  https://ppprk.com/park/

Horticulture Exhibitors

Horticulture exhibitors may pull up to the front of the John Marshall on 5th Street and volunteers will be available to help unload horticulture exhibits.