Yet again the week is recycling its self into another weekend.
What to do, what to do?
Norfolk, VA just not a Military town, but a town with great food and plenty of activities to keep you busy. So get off the couch this weekend and venture into some of the best Norfolk has to offer!
Everyone has to eat, so we’ll start off with Norfolk’s highly rated Restaurants.
Luna Maya– Mexican/Spanish food –http://lunamayarestaurant.com/
Has been a Hampton Roads Platinum Plate Winner
A top 10 restaurant since 05
“If you are looking for authentic, this is as close to it as you will come without traveling to Mexico or South America.”
And voted best Margarita.
456 Fish- Seafood/Steak- http://www.456fish.com/
Offers an extensive wine list that showcases nearly 80 labels.
456 FISH was a part of a Downtown Renaissance that has been flourishing since the eve of the new millennium.
Has been called a “suburb” dining experience by the Virginia Pilot, Port Folio, & Hampton Roads Magazine.
Big Easy-Cajun/French Old World–http://www.bigeasygrillandoysterbar.com/index.html
A celebration of cuisine, style, music and design, Big Easy has given historic downtown Granby Street a taste of New Orleans.
Best Cajun Food North Of New Orleans
Two Levels for your dinning pleasure .Oyster Bar downstairs
“The Big Easy has amazing food and an incredible beer selection!”
A gallery director on a 75-day, 12,000-mile trip through 45 art communities across the United States stops in at the Chrysler: “Hands down it is by far one of the best collections of art we have had the pleasure of viewing.”
Spirit Magazine from Southwest Airlines included the Chrysler Museum among the top Hampton Roads attractions.
“Harbor Park, with its outstanding view and sound design, is one of the finest baseball facilities in existence.”
-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, and a member of the International League.
Norfolk Zoo- http://www.virginiazoo.org/index.asp
Meet elephants, lions, kangaroos, meerkats and more. Go nose to nose with prairie dogs in their interactive habitat where viewing bubbles allow you to get up close and personal with these entertaining creatures.
There’s a lot to discover at the Virginia Zoo – from the rich history to their lush gardens.
Have fun & enjoy your weekend!