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A hip, and laid back decor put you right as ease when you first enter. Soon you'll see that Big Easy Grill & Oyster Bar gives Norfolk a big heaping taste of New Orleans. The southern styled servings attract a crowd, so be sure to make reservations. The cajun/ creole is some of the finest in downtown Norfolk
If you're looking for a great, fast lunch, using tasty and fresh ingredients, The Gourmet Gang are the people to visit. They have an excellent selection of freshly made sandwiches, salads and wraps along with a good selection of vegetarian options and some sweet treats. Gourmet Gang is also known for their prompt, perfectly prepared catering so consider using them for your next big meeting or event. Call for more details.
Established in 2010, 219 an American Bistro offers tantalizing American cuisine in its sophisticated ambiance. Guests can gorge on appetizing fares of Alfredo pasta, steaks, fries, crab cakes, scallops, burgers, meatloaf and more. Alcohol lovers can avail of their happy hours, functional on weekdays from 3p to 6:30p. Covered in hues of red and brown, with yellow lighting illuminating it, this place gives out a vibe of elegance. On weekends, guests can drop in for a deletable brunch fare. Located in downtown Norfolk, amidst various tourist spots, this restaurant is an apt place to take a relaxing break from your touring of the city.
The steakhouse opened in 2006, but the building has been standing since 1906 and originally a home to a real estate investment firm. As you would imagine, the original floor plans, roofing, as well as the electrical and mechanical components were replaces, modernized. Byrd and Baldwin uses only grain fed Midwestern all natural beef, which is also aged on site. The historic building atmosphere adds such a great dynamic to a fine dining experience.
Although Chef Phillip Craig Thomason has traveled to numerous places as a consultant and executive chef, he began the Vintage Kitchen in his hometown. His work and dedication is obvious to those that patronize the Vintage Kitchen due to it's exquisite quality in regards to freshness and flavor and the decor is absolutely breathtaking with unbeatable sweeping views of the river. Many publications are singing the praises of Vintage Kitchen for its slow food movement style and its flawless execution. For those that are really lucky (and have some extra money to spend), you can dine in the private library on the weekends when the restaurant is shut to guests. Reservations are needed in advance for the private tastings as well as recommended for weekly dining.