See how we’ve helped our Big Spoon Co. clients make headlines.
Suffer from fear of missing out? If so, brace yourself and get down to Switch, a new pop-up bar on Broad Street, on the regular. For the unfamiliar, a pop-up can be a retail spot, restaurant or bar that's a short-term affair aimed to pique curiosity and engagement. Blink, and you'll miss it. - Style Weekly
At SWITCH in Richmond, Virginia…guests can experience a Hendrick’s Tea Party served in a traditional English teapot with cups and saucers to match. “To go with the Alice In Wonderland theme, we wanted to put our boozy twist on a high tea.” - Forbes.com
Jeff and Susan Goode purchased the old Mockingbird restaurant at the end of December 2018. Now, with the new year will come a new restaurant concept and new life in the space that sat empty for nearly six years. - Staunton News Leader
“Joining the bustling row of urban eateries, office spaces and craft beverage joints that line Richmond’s Scott’s Addition is Virago Spirits, a must-try, rustic distillery owned by brothers Barry, Barton and Brad Haneberg.” - Savor Virginia
“Pair it with cheese. Or cupcakes. Or a 7-course meal featuring the latest trend in haute cuisine. Did we mention PB&J? That’s what’s so great about hard cider. It goes with everything.“ - Virginia Living
We worked with Virginia Craft Beer Magazine on this cover story about the 2018 event.
Barry, Brad and Bart Haneberg love a good cocktail. After months of tinkering and tasting, the three brothers and owners of Virago Spirits are nearly ready to release their first blend. - Style Weekly
Good cider begins with the apples, so cidermakers who own their orchards (and others who work closely with local orchardists) like Castle Hill, Foggy Ridge and Farnum Hill focus on making cider with historic varieties that create more complex flavors than culinary apples. - Imbibe Magazine
“Virginia may have developed a reputation for wine, but for a week in November, it’s all about cider, with tastings, pairings, dinners, and workshops at venues across the state…” - Garden & Gun