Pillar of Salt in Richmond has been going since late 2010. And going strong. Its name comes from the story of Lot's wife in Genesis, turned into a pillar of salt for failing to obey God's command not to look back as she fled her burning city.
There were a lot of staff and they all knew exactly what was going on. Great service, fantastic service and really good food. You can't ask for more, really.
As a new convert to the ways of the gluten/wheat and dairy-free, there were lots of possibilities and all of them good. (I am fairly certain that the g/w/d-free is just a flirtation and not a life-time commitment, but you never know, so far the new way feels surprisingly good and easy.)
I'll go back to Pillar of Salt, despite the moral warning.