Next time you go to Crossroads and can’t get a beer due to the crowd, you can blame Stephen Robertson (aka Blanchard’s Guy), Richmond.com, and this article. The cat or in this case the tasty micro-brew is out of the bag. Our little community gem has now been unveiled to the masses, or at least the masses of people on Richmond.com who are willing to cross the river. The article gives us many of the details that we already know but had a few surprises. The rooftop seating is moving forward and expect another 8 taps this month. Despite my previous complaint, I hope more folks discover Crossroads and share a beer or three with our H&H neighbors.
Crossroads Coffee and Ice Cream is not only here to stay, it’s here to be the best community spot in town. It is clear from the continued success and the absolutely adoring customer base that Herring and Patrick have their finger on the pulse of the neighborhood that loves and supports them. In the name of great coffee, food, friends and beer, raise a toast to their continued success.