111 East Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Perhaps, one day I'll even make it in for lunch.
The corned beef hash was nothing short of amazing, and the sausage links snapped crisply, while filling your mouth with fresh pork flavor. They even have salmon cake as a breakfast item.
And those biscuits… those delightful biscuits are soft, warm, and flaky, and emanate buttery goodness with every bite.
Perly's continues to build on its solid reputation to this day. Wyatt believes in using the finest ingredients available and the key to great food being in its preparation.
He also never underestimates the importance of a fast turn-around time and getting customers their orders promptly. In fact, he makes it top priority.
Throughout the years of stellar performance, there is one thing about Perly’s that has emerged head and shoulders above the rest – breakfast.
Still, unassuming as it may be, as you stand in front of the neon sign that graces its store-front window and peer within, its easy to recognize the fact that somewhere tucked away within its unpretentious facade, there’s a history of something great.
And if you recognized that fact as did I, you’d be correct.
Serving outstanding food, it quickly gained a sterling reputation and had become a staple amongst the Richmond regulars. That is, until in 1997 when a fire completely destroyed the building. Most would’ve been defeated by the apparent tragedy, but new owner Gary Wyatt viewed it as an opportunity to rebuild the establishment the way he'd always envisioned it.