RVA’s first shuffleboard social venue is designed to encourage everyone to play, engage, and interact with one another in a fun and unique environment.
Tang & Biscuit features 5 regulation-size floor shuffleboard courts, table shuffleboard, a 50 foot bar serving up Tang-inspired cocktails and beer, a themed menu, event space and multiple other games like giant Jenga, giant Connect 4, cornhole and more.
It’s an experience unlike any other in Richmond!
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
5:00 PM – 12:00 AM
11:00 AM – 12:00 AM (BRUNCH 11-1)
During these everchanging times we are continuing to work harder than ever to ensure your safety as well as the safety of our team members. Please check out the information below for our most up to date policies and guidelines regarding COVID-19 and Social Distancing
Do you require masks?
Yes. We ask that any time you are not seated at your table that you wear your masks properly so that it covers both your nose and mouth. Those not wearing masks will not be permitted to enter the building (this policy does not apply to children 3 years of age or younger)
Are your employees required to wear masks?
Our team is required to wear a mask at all times. Those preparing food or drinks, cleaning and/or directly interacting with guests are also required to wear clean gloves.
Are there limits on how many people can be in one group?
Seating for groups of 8 or more is limited. Our host will seat you based on your party size and your preference of indoor or outdoor seating. Seating and tables may not be moved throughout the building to ensure that we maintain proper social distancing between all groups.
Are reservations required?
While we don’t require reservations, we do highly recommend them! Seating for groups of 8 or more and/or outdoor seating is limited. If you’re interested in making a reservation you may do so here. The more notice you provide to us for this reservation, the better.
What’s the difference between a reservation and booking a group event?
A reservation secures table or shuffleboard seating only. A group event secures table seating, shuffleboard and ensures that you have a dedicated server to take care of your group. Group events require a 50% deposit and include a Food & Beverage minimum.
Can I play shuffleboard right now?
Yes, we are currently renting out every other court to ensure proper social distancing between groups. Our Tangs, Biscuits and other gaming supplies are thoroughly sanitized in between each use.
What other games do you have to offer right now?
We currently have a small selection of table top games and connect 4 units as well as giant jenga
How are you serving food and drinks?
We have implemented a self-serve contactless ordering system. Simply scan the QR code at your table, order your food, pay and then we’ll text you when it’s ready!
Do you have hand sanitizer stations?
Hand sanitizer stations are located at the entrance and outside of the food and drink pick-up areas.
Do you have separate entrances and exits?
Yes. All guests are required to enter through the front doors and will be seated by one of our tang-tastic hosts. All guests will be required to exit through the front patio.
What sanitation methods are you following?
We are following all required sanitation methods including but not limited to: sanitizing tables and seating after every use, cleaning restrooms and other high-touch areas after use or at a minimum of every hour.
What is Tang & Biscuit?
Where do I park?
I want to bring my family – are you kid friendly?
I’m not good at shuffleboard/ I’ve never played – how does it work?
Do I have to play Shuffleboard while I’m there?
While we highly recommend this for a complete T&B experience, it’s not required. There’s plenty of other fun things to do while you visit: Giant Jenga, Giant Connect 4, Cornhole, Giant Battleship, Ping Pong, the list goes on and on!
How much does Shuffleboard cost?
Do your other games cost anything?
What other entertainment do you offer?
We regularly schedule DJs, Trivia Nights, Live Bands, and Open Mic Nights just to name a few! Check out our calendar here for upcoming special events!
Nico is a painter and muralist hailing from Toronto, Ontario, and currently living in Richmond, Virginia. Her work at Tang and Biscuit is focused on concepts of new ideas, communication, and progress through cooperation. Through her personal work she strives to discuss Feminism and Conservation in her highly-colorful works which often include local flora and fauna, as well as the female form. The artist is in the process of going deaf, and often includes birds in her work as a nod to her disability, You can find her TEDTalk about her work, and disability online on the TEDTalk YouTube channel. A veteran mural painter- you can now find her work in many cities across the U.S. including Richmond, Ithaca NY, Rochester NY, Pittsburgh PA, and Columbus OH. Currently represented by BOJUArt out of Virginia Beach, her work has been shown in many galleries and museums throughout the continent, including the VMHC, MASS MOCA, Gallery 5, Glave Kocen, 1975 gallery in Rochester NY, La Bodega Gallery in San Diego, District Local Gallery in Vancouver, and many more. Her work has been recognized recently by the Virginia Museum of History and Culture, which honored her as one of Virginia’s “Agents of Change” in 2020.
My career as an artist stems from my architecture and design background. Despite working in the architecture field for 7 years, my passion for public art pushed me to start a career as an artist. Public art has always been a big influence and inspiration of mine, because of its power to influence and inspire the surrounding community. With every project I’m given, a dialogs is built in that connects the work to the community to in which it lives. My work usually distinguished by my use of architectural elements with bright vivid colors and sharp lines.
Over the last 6 years I have been using public art as a tool to support and promote communities through out the greater Richmond area. I have worked with all different types of organizations from Community Centers to Richmond Public schools in creating of these social change projects. The projects are usually mural based are aimed at giving a voice to the underserved population. The goal of these projects is to encourage public equity, and give students a since of accomplishment while reaching a unfamiliar audience and environment.