Weekly Food Notes: Hot Dogs, Fresh Juice + Billy Fallen is Back

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Triple Crossing Brewing Co. will be off and running at its new Fulton brewpub on Friday, Dec. 16. The biggest and best surprise? Billy Fallen, founder of Billy Bread, will be on the premises making Neapolitan-style pizza adorned with all things SausageCraft. triplecrossingbeer.com.

A takeout spot and juice bar will open in the Museum District, reports the Times-Dispatch. The North End Juice Bar is owned by the same family that operates Incredible Edibles. northendrva.com.

Scott’s Addition, while rich in alcohol, hasn’t had enough spots to eat to soak it all up. Little by little, that’s changing. Food truck the Dog Wagon has opened a walkup spot, the Dog Wagon Carry-out, at 2930-C W. Broad St. Richmond BizSense reports. facebook.com/thedogwagonRVA.

And, the website says, the old Suntrust building at 3022 W. Broad St. will open as Statement Brewing Co. in September.

Happenings: Look, I don’t know as much about music as I should, but Paste magazine calls Adam Schatz “arguably one of the most versatile and exciting musicians in recent years.” He’ll be appearing with his band, Mrs. Adam Schatz, an offshoot of another of his bands, Landlady, at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery on Saturday, Dec. 17, starting at 6 p.m. Expect the usual food trucks and Gingerbread Stout on tap. hardywood.com.

Metzger Bar & Butchery is celebrating friend and staff member Kurt Moon, who was killed in a car crash in last September, with guest Rogue Gentlemen bartender Vinny D’Ambrosio and DJ James Kohler, for You and the 6 on Sunday, Dec. 18 from 5 p.m.-midnight. Fancy but low-alcohol cocktails will be served, and 5 percent of drink sales will be donated to the Blue Sky Fund. metzgerbarandbutchery.com.

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