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At Schlesinger's Chop House in Newport News, you can treat yourself to a hearty meal of steak and potatoes. Schlesinger's Chop House is a local eatery that serves up both gluten-free and low-fat dishes. Be sure to complete your meal at this restaurant with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. Got a big family? Tons of friends? An entire soccer team? Consider the private room at Schlesinger's Chop House, where large groups can get together to celebrate life's biggest milestones.
1106 William Styron Square S, Newport News, VA 236
- "The Old World charm, professional service and excellent Nothern Italian fare beckon us back to Cafe Europa for many special occasions." - "The most elegant Hampton Roads restaurant." - "Best veal, classy surroundings and professional staff—what more could you ask for?" - "Remains one of the best dining spots in the region." - "Elegant without being stuffy."
319 High St
The Freemason Abbey building was built and originally dedicated as a church in 1873 by the congregation of the Second Presbyterian Church. In 1902 the congregation sold the property to the First Church of Christ Scientist, who occupied the building until 1948. From 1948 through 1987 it served as a meeting hall for the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. In early 1988 the planning of the Freemason Abbey Restaurant and Tavern began. The renovation continued each day with a strong sense of pride.
209 W. Freemason Street, Norfolk
Friendly. Rowdy. Craveable. Flavors you know, in dishes that stray from the beaten path. Long communal tables that bring about new friendships. Enjoy Field Guide’s scratch cooking for lunch, dinner, or a drink at the bar. An exciting downtown space with a garage door we bust open when the weather’s nice; open air dining at its best. See you soon.
429 GRANBY ST. NORFOLK, VA
Back in 1987 we opened our door on Tidewater drive with a simple plan- Great, Big Food at Great Prices...Almost 30 years later and different venues, we still adhere to that original concept. Family owned and operated we strive to exceed expectations and feed you fast!
806 Spotswood Ave, Norfolk, VA 23517-1722
The building is a historic site in Norfolk. The Original Carriage House was built in the early 1840?s. Its patrons then were horses. From the first floor, if you look up at the center of the room, you’ll see the large opening where hay used to be loaded into carriages. A 19th century timber merchant, Captain John L. Roper, bought the property after the Civil War. The family carriage, horses, riding equipment, and even a sleigh were kept here in the carriage house.
313 W Bute St, Norfolk, VA 23510-1301
Feel like Japanese food tonight? Musasi Japanese Restaurant offers a large variety of authentic Japanese dishes and cuisine in Hampton, VA. With lunch and dinner menus, appetizers, and desserts, we have everything you need to quench your craving.
49 W Queens Way, Hampton, VA 23669-4011
Smithfield, Virginia is a quaint river-port town with a rich history. Stepping into the Historic District is in essence stepping into a time gone by where the charm of a simpler world awaits. In the heart of historic Smithfield on the banks of the Pagan River sits Smithfield Station, offering guests a superb spot to enjoy the solitude of this river-port town. This one-of-a-kind waterfront inn combines fine amenities, unique conference space, on-site dining and a fully equipped marina.
415 S. Church St., Smithfield, VA 23430
Welcome to a place where friends, family, locals and visitors alike, gather to enjoy wonderful food & drink within a vibrant, high energy, European tavern atmosphere. Welcome, to Park Lane Tavern
4200 Kilgore Ave, Hampton, VA 23666-2062