About Shagbark

The name comes from an old Civil War-era Shagbark Hickory tree from a farm along the banks of the James River.  It is from this tree that our communal table is made and embodies our belief in community and dining with family and friends.  Our goal is to showcase the enormous bounty  of Virginia, by becoming a stage for local farmers, fishermen, and artisans. Shagbark will also bring the community together around the table…a table with a history but also an enormous amount of beauty.  This history provides a base from which everything else in the future is possible.  “Stay rooted but branch out.”


Press

  • Shagbark Restaurant Wins ...

    Richmond, Virginia – July 15, 2017 — Shagbark Restaurant has been honored for its outstanding wine program in Wine Spectator’s […]

  • Shagbark named Taste50 Be...

    You have been named to the Taste of the South magazine’s Taste50, the annual round-up of the best in Southern […]

  • Restaurant review: Shagba...

    When you eat at chef Walter Bundy’s Shagbark restaurant, you have to get past the décor to enjoy the food. […]

  • DINING OUT: Shagbark

    Walter Bundy, formerly of the Jefferson Hotel’s Lemaire, opened Shagbark in Libbie Mill. Source: http://www.richmond.com/food-drink/dining-out-shagbark/collection_19645b82-42f0-54ad-9212-d55e9ea95e3d.html#1 ← → x × Previous Next

  • The Jefferson Hotel recei...

    The Jefferson Hotel has taken its luxury accommodations to the next level. The historic hotel in downtown Richmond has completed […]

  • Under the Radar

    RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A celebration of the bounty of the Old Dominion, Shagbark opened in June and is quickly becoming a local favorite. […]

  • Branching Out

    Stay rooted, but branch out. For Chef Walter Bundy, these are words to live by. “Really it’s about knowing where […]

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