Norfolk, Virginia, and its neighbor to the east, Virginia Beach, weren’t always the destinations of choice for culinary-minded travelers. But the addition of downtown apartment buildings and the revitalization of the city’s prime historic districts have brought new flavors to the waterfront town. Expect more to the Hampton Roads experience than miles of white sand and waves.
Budget-conscious travelers don’t have to spend a fortune to take advantage of the area’s best food and drink. The selections include casual eateries where guests can stroll in shorts and sweats to the swanky and opulent Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach, a dressier option. You’ll find happy hours that appeal to the beer, wine, and cocktail lovers in your group, and even include options for vegetarians.
If you need to escape the ordinary, head to these bars and restaurants to shake up your week. If it’s a $6 cocktail or a $5 bar bite at Bonefish Grill that you seek, you’re in the right place.Read More