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Chocollage can serves sandwiches and other dishes for a great lunch, but they are most renowned for their sumptuous desserts. Their Peanut Butter Bomb is as sweet and rich as it sounds. Other favorites on the dessert menu include NY Black and White Cookie, Eclairs and Triple Chocolate peppered with pumpkin, almonds and coconut. Chocollage is a great place to bring your kids if you are inthe mood to pamper their sweet tooth.
Uncle Al's may claim to have the best grilled hot dogs in America but it also serves up extremely cheap, tasty breakfasts and great daily special meal deals. The hot dogs are what most patrons come for - try the Atlanta 'Slaw' Dog, which comes with homemade coleslaw. Or if you're feeling brave, try the Sloppy Bob, which comes with pickles, mustard, onions, chili AND melted cheese. A great place to pick up a cheap, easy snack in downtown Norfolk.
A quaint cafe, Crema is located in downtown Norfolk. Great choices in coffee and breakfast specials that include frittata or breakfast sandwiches make it a worthwhile spot to swing by in the morning. Then show back up in the afternoon and feast on dishes like the turkey burger, Itlalian wedding soup, or maybe a grilled cheese sandwich.
Omar's Carriage House is an elegantly furnished outpost in the heart of Norfolk's Ghent, welcoming diners to devour appetizing New American grub. The restaurant is set up on a historic site and offers an expansive menu of lunch, dinner and brunch preparations. This Freemason district eatery features Moroccan décor elements, hardwood floors, white-washed brick walls and cozy dining booths, all radiating a convivial vibe. Along with the standard New American preparations, menu also offers a choice of seafood and steak dishes. For Mondays, Omar's has an all-Moroccan bill of fare featuring a fixed three-course dinner and à la carte affair.
Hell's Kitchen is as much a concept as it is a restaurant - it is a hip, edgy bar which also serves cuisine that is halfway between restaurant fare and bar food. The prices are decently reasonable - there is a creamy chicken and broccoli alfredo and a hearty sirloin, all for under USD15, as well as a selection of starters, sandwiches and salads for less that USD10. They have introduced a vegan menu, and there is also a selection of daily desserts to choose from. There is live music nightly and the beer selection is above the norm.
A diner with all the fixings. d'Eggs Diner serves breakfast dishes all day. The diner is usually very busy, but it's with good reason. Bay Benedict, Hollywood Special, Strawberry Cheesecake French Toast and Sausage or Bacon Omelette are just some of the delectable options on the menu. Wash down a hearty meal with a beverage from the menu. Hot Chocolate, fresh juices and even a few cocktails are featured on the menu. With a quick service and decent prices, the wait is well worth the delicious food on offer.