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This popular club in Norfolk features different themes and specials almost every night of the week. From goth to EDM, 90s and top 40, there's always something fun spinning and people on the dance floor. With three different bars scattered throughout, you're never too far from refreshment, and The Wave also serves up food like steaks and bites like chicken fingers.
Established in 2008, river Stone Chophouse offers an alluring fare of sizzling steaks. This is one of the few restaurants that prepare their steaks from aging Hereford beef, which brings out rich flavors when grilled and cooked with various sauces. Those who would love to devour on some fresh catch from the ocean, can do so at the raw and oyster bar. This restaurant houses four elegant rooms that can be used to host your private events.
MJ's Tavern is a cozy, gay-friendly hangout and neighborhood bar that also serves up some great food. American comfort food is the highlight of the menu along with the array of draught beers and wines. In addition to the full bar, there is also a pool table for your entertainment. There are different food specials every night of the week, whether it be all-you-can-eat spaghetti Tuesdays or Sunday brunch. A number of lively events also take place quite regularly. Tea dances and karaoke nights are common and much-loved by the local patrons.
For over ten years the Norfolk Taphouse has been pouring out delicious craft beer for the thirsty citizens of Hampton Roads. With 45 taps and over 100 bottles, you will definitely find the brew you've been craving. In addition to the craft beers, the Taphouse also serves up tasty pub grub, with plenty of vegetarian options. There is also live music on a regular basis.
A friendly, welcoming neighborhood bar, Hershee Bar is a women's bar located near the Military Highway. Though an emphasis is laid on its being a lesbian bar, Hershee's welcomes people of any orientation to enjoy their facility. Frequented by locals, this bar features a dance floor that is usually filled with eager folks showing off their dancing skills. If dancing is not your cup of tea, then there are also pool tables and a Juke Box stocked with classic tunes. Also, most nights, there is a DJ spinning known as well as fresh music.
The concept behind Luna Maya in Norfolk was to bring authentic South American recipes passed down from family members to the general public. So far, the product has been a hit with locals and visitors and people can't get enough of this spicy and flavorful cuisine. Try some of the simple and traditional dishes like the tamale Luna Maya or enchiladas de queso and you won't leave dissatisfied.