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Bike stolen from Cafe Ole

My bike was stolen from in front of Cafe Ole in carytown [last night ] between 10 and 12 tonight. The bike was a blue Fuji newest 3.0, blue and white frame. blue and white camo bar tape, bent brake levers, two spoke cards, and more dents than two face.

Rooster Cart pop-up at Cafe Ole

The former owners of Cafe Gutenberg will be opening up a one-night-only pop-up restaurant on New Years in the Cafe Ole space as a preview of sorts for their Rooster Cart vegan/vegetarian food cart.

Cafe Ole closed for renovations

Cafe Ole in Carytown has temporarily closed for renovations.

Black Bean Friday at Chop Suey

Oh boy! It’s BLACK BEAN FRIDAY all day! Bring us a same-day receipt from our friends at Cafe Ole and get 20% off your Chop Suey purchase! With 1000s of used and new books to choose from. PLUS the premiere of the 2011 HOLIDAY BIZARRE MARKET in our upstairs gallery!

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RVA’s biggest city-wide bake sale ever is this Saturday

Richmond’s “Mile of Style” will once again serve as the anchor location for the Richmond sale. Bake sales will be held [Saturday 9/10] from 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Ellwood Thompsons (featuring their vegan cookies), Dogma, Need Supply Company and a “drive-thru bake sale” at Café Ole, across from the Byrd Theatre.

Cafe Ole has real potential

After buying the successful downtown lunch spot a few years ago, Thomas recently expanded her horizons with the opening of a second, mostly take-out, cafe in the former Ben & Jerry’s space at Cary Street and Colonial Avenue. Similar to its downtown location, Café Ole offers fresh and simple California- and Mexican-inspired fare at reasonable […]

Cafe Ole is open 7 days a week

A message from Betsy at Cafe Ole: Carytown Cafe Ole is now open 7 days a week! Mon – Sat 11am to 9pm, Sun 11am to 8pm. No more crazy holiday hours!! And if it snows, we’ll try to stay open (but call first, just to confirm). 2901 West Cary Street, 377-TACO (8226).

Cafe Ole opens in Carytown

Betsy says: CAFE OLE in CARYTOWN Now Open! 11am – 8pm (After the new year we’ll be 11am – 10pm seven days a week, but first we need a little time to grow into the new schedule) Please come by if you’re in Carytown this weekend!!

Cafe Ole could open by this weekend

Betsy says that Cafe Ole could be open *soon*: Cross your fingers, y’all. Two inspections today, another on Wednesday. If we pass everything, we could be serving burritos in Carytown by the weekend!!