by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Luna Maya photo courtesy of Vivian Montano
Norfolk has become quite the foodie destination, with more than 80 chef-owned restaurants within walking distance of the city center. A leader in the “farm-to-table” movement, you’ll find Virginia wine and Virginia-grown produce and meat at numerous restaurants combined with ethnic influences from regions such as the Middle East and Latin America.
Citrus Breakfast & Lunch
Stop by for standard breakfast and lunch fare.
Doumar's Cones & Barbecue
Doumar’s has been a Norfolk staple since 1907.
Enjoy casual elegance and award-winning she-crab soup.
This is a kick-back-and-relax kind of place.
Norfolk’s must for authentic Japanese cuisine.
Luna Maya offers homemade family dishes.
No Frill Bar and Grill
Indulge in homemade desserts and famous chili.
Savor a taste of the Mediterranean at Pasha Mezze.
The Cellars Restaurant
Located in a cozy, historic manorhouse.
Dine at this gem, which offers the best views in town.
"It has been said that 'the people of Norfolk have been raised on oysters, and the city itself on the shells,' surely an indication that mermaids were here in abundance long, long ago." —Peggy Hail
FEATURED // Norfolk Botanical Garden
FEATURED // Bodega
FEATURED // Luna Maya
FEATURED // Stark & Legum
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