Secco Wine Bar is a thriving, two-and-a-half-year-old operation in Richmond’s Careytown neighborhood that has won praise for its food-friendly wine list and Mediterranean-inspired food ranging from fried chickpeas with Aleppo pepper to pork liver terrine with pear mostarda. Business has been so good, in fact, that owner Julia Battaglini has decided to close her River City Cellars wine shop next door and expand Secco into that space. The man running the restaurant’s kitchen ...
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