vol. 23 / marching on

vol. 23 / marching on


Welcome to the weekend! Oh, too soon? We're ready.

When we write this newsletter every week, there's this magical moment when the ideas just click and come together. This week's line-up is super solid. To celebrate, we'd like to ask a humble favor. When you've finished reading, will you forward to a friend who would dig Here.? We appreciate the support.

Cheers to the weekend!


Custom Fit

Luxury shirtmaker and menswear brand Ledbury is hosting its inaugural Custom Week, featuring six exclusive bundles (read: discounts) on custom shirts, sport coats, suits and more.

Perhaps you've visited their Broad St. shop before, but the made-to-measure lounge is a real treat, outfitted with swank leather couches, a killer sound system and beverages to boot. This is a perfect time to build out your workweek wear or suit up a pack of groomsmen. Be sure to book an appointment in advance, and when there, ask for a tour of the adjoining workshop, where some shirts are made in-house!



Thursday, March 1 - Sunday, March 11


in RVA

It's been a long journey for ZZQ: five years from its founding to a new permanent location in Scott's Addition. Thankfully, the wait is over.

Owners Chris Fultz and Alex Graf built a cult following at Ardent Craft Ales, and now that they're serving up Texas craft bbq in Ardent's backyard, we're predicting an even bigger response. The restaurant is celebrating its grand opening this Saturday and Sunday. Expect the lines to be long. But unbelievably worth it, if these tantalizing pictures on the website taste half as good as they look.


Opens March 3
Wednesday - Sunday / 11am - sold out


Movie Night

It's Oscar weekend! If you've not yet gotten around to watching the nominated films, now is the time.

Every year, Criterion Cinemas, Movieland's smaller, more high-brow sister, screens many of the big Oscar winners after the awards. It's currently the only theater in town showing "Lady Bird," "I, Tonya" and the Oscar-nominated shorts. Other notable frontrunners still on screens include "The Shape of Water" and "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." 

Catch some films before the Oscars - or watch the winners once they've been crowned. Nearby dinner selects: Peter Chang, Sabai or Fat Dragon.