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Located in Downtown Norfolk, 456 Fish is housed in a building that is over 80 years old. The restaurant specializes in seafood, but they also offer chicken, beef, pork and vegetarian options. Menu items include such dishes as fried oysters, crab cakes, grouper filet and cashew encrusted mahi. The bar also serves up classic and custom cocktails and a comprehensive wine selection.
The Freemason Abbey is located in a church that dates back over 130 years. The Freemason Abbey serves up quality seafood, steaks, pastas and more in a classy yet casual environment. Make sure you try the award winning She Crab Soup. Weather for unwinding over a glass of beer or for satiating your hunger, head straight to The Freemason Abbey while in Norfolk.
If you're looking for a restaurant with great seafood in Norfolk, then look no further than A.W. Shucks Raw Bar & Grill. Just the thought of having their soft-shell crab sandwich is enough to make a person salivate. You can also expect good service to go along with a great atmosphere. The patio is a great place to come enjoy a beautiful day with some tasty food and cold brews.
Established in 1989, Coastal Grill has been offering an alluring fare of seafood for over 20 years. The restaurant is known their pot of steamed mussels, scallops, oysters and rainbow trout. The chef proprietor Jerry Bryan adds to his chalkboard a unique special every night; do choose from this list for some of the best flavors. If you are not a fan of seafood, worry not! you can gorge on their tantalizing fare of beef, pork, chicken and lamb preparations. Accompany your food with a house special of Acorn Squash.
B.J Baumann has been managing one of Virginia Beach's well loved eateries since 1989. Nestled within Rudee Inlet, Rockafeller's Restaurant offers a tantalizing fare of fresh catch from the sea. Guests can relish oysters, calamari, lobsters, scallops and shrimps blended well with various herbs, spices and vegetables. Those who would like some meat can gorge on bacon and chicken dishes. With vies of the water, the restaurant offers a casual beach cottage atmosphere to dine in. The journey leading up to Rockafeller's is a thrilling one; you can enjoy a bike ride down the path, walk along the beach or sail through the waters and get here.