1. Waterman’s Surfside Grille
Where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean! Waterman’s Surfside Grille captures a slice of coastal living for the true flavor of Virginia Beach!
Family owned since 1981, Waterman’s Surfside Grille serves fresh coastal seafood, steaks, pasta and ribs. They serve lunch and dinner daily, with an extensive wine list. Check out their Slam Shack Boardwalk Bar and oceanfront patio dining.
2. Catch 31
Start your exciting, beach-front dining experience with an open-air kitchen and hardwood grill. Serve only the freshest fish; fifteen or more varieties, flown in fresh. Add the Catch 31 raw bar overflowing with iced shellfish: oysters, crab, mussels, shrimp and other seasonal seafood. And already you know, this is where you’ll have that perfect Virginia Beach oceanfront meal.
Catch 31 is the ultimate year round destination for the stylish, hip and high energy crowd. Featuring the area’s most extensive raw bar,largest variety of fresh fish,and amazing views from the outdoor patio featuring fire pits and seasonal live music.
Your taste buds will dance and you’ll be entertained as you watch the fishermen bring in their day’s catch. On a clear evening, sit back, relax and sip on one of their signature libations as you watch the moon glistening on the inlet waters while you enjoy a taste of Virginia Beach.
Everything on Rockafeller’s menu reflects their passion to capture a slice of the “local flavor” served up at lunch and dinner each and every day with a healthy dose of Southern Hospitality. So put on your best flip flops and walk, boat or drive on down to Rudee Inlet for a culinary experience to delight all your senses! Large parties are always welcome.
Rudee’s offers the finest seafood from Virginia’s Coast plus steaks, overstuffed sandwiches, pastas and much more! Every table has a magnificent view overlooking Rudee Inlet, or you can watch the sunset from their outside gliding tables and Cabana.
Kick back, relax and have a great time. Enjoy their delicious, fresh seafood, specialty drinks and the beautiful sunsets over Rudee Inlet that will keep you coming back again and again.
5. Hot Tuna Bar & Grill
Opened in 1992 & located near the Chesapeake Bay in the Great Neck corridor in Virginia Beach, Hot Tuna provides guests a casual, fine dining experience featuring the freshest seafood, steaks & local produce.
Award winning calamari, hand muddled mojitos or organic margaritas begin your journey as you travel your way through local & regional seafood, VA Hereford steaks, Gulf shrimp and locally grown produce. Finish your journey with homemade desserts created by the restaurant owner’s own mother.
Tautog’s Restaurant is unrivaled in the pursuit of providing customers with the finest seafood, service and surroundings.
Tautog’s Restaurant is a casual dining establishment featuring exceptional fish and seafood entrée’s, soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts… served by the friendliest people in town.
At Mojito Café, they specialize mainly in Puerto Rican and Cuban food. Daily specials are of Latin influence or with the Latin flavors infused into everyday favorites. All of their Mojito’s are made from scratch, with Don Q rum (no mixers used for this house favorite).
They are a small, quaint restaurant (soon to be the locals favorite latin eating place), and seating is limited to 6 at the bar and 26 in the dining room. So get there early and enjoy some of their drinks and dinner specials.
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