Freemason Abbey Restaurant
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Traditional American fare in a circa-1873 church, now with a tavern ambiance amid the stained glass. Try the ribs! They are delicious!
Great Cuisine and the ambiance gives you a sense of the history of Norfolk as it was around since 1873.
Gorgeous restaurant located in a historic Abbey. Beautiful neighborhood to walk around as well.
An old church renovated into a restaurant. Good food and good service. Friday night is game (ostrich, bear, bison, ect.) night.
“Great lunch spot downtown. I like dinner here too, but it's very informal. Good drinks. Front of restaurant opens like a garage and you can sit looking out.”
“One of the best happy hours in the area! Norfolk Seafood Company & Big Easy Oyster Bar, centrally located in Downtown Norfolk, features fresh local seafood with a cajun creole twist. This unique bi-level restaurant, nestled in an exquisite 20th-century building, offers an atmosphere to meet your dining needs. The menu features both local & traditional cajun fare including seafood combinations with lobster, scallops & crab, jumbo lump crab cakes, seafood jambalaya, shrimp & grits & etouffee. Do not forget to save room for our beignets that have been compared to the famous Cafe du Monde in New Orleans ”
“Great Indian food and close-by. I always do lunch buffet's to go. Just 4.99 a pound. Can't beat that”
“Town Point Park is the People's Park, providing eight acres of peaceful outdoor spaces, nestled on the riverbanks of the Elizabeth River and located in the heart of the business district in Downtown Norfolk, Virginia. Town Point Park is more than a premier waterfront park, with incredible views of the Elizabeth River harbor ...during select weekends throughout the year the Park transforms into an epicenter of activity, celebrating the joy of life with signature special events that provide culturally enriched experiences for the public. It is the intention of the City of Norfolk and Norfolk Festevents to serve the public and enhance its neighborhoods by providing green space and cultural enrichment to all who visit.”