Virginia Beach: Catch 31 Fish House and Bar is the place to see and be seen at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. Featuring live music throughout the summer, the area's most extensive menu of fresh seafood, including offerings from the area's largest raw bar and hardwood grill, an open-air exhibition kitchen and amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean. GO TO CATCH 31
Newport News: FIN features the finest, freshest seafood from local waters and around the world, as well as a selection of prime, corn fed, perfectly aged steaks. Whether you are having a romantic evening for two or a business dinner, FIN is sure to surpass your highest expectations. GO TO FIN
Williamsburg: After Jane Vobe opened the King's Arms Tavern in 1772, it became one of the town's most genteel establishments. Present-day diners can savor traditional southern fare, and sumptuous desserts in surroundings an 18th-century traveler would recognize. GO TO KING'S ARM TAVERN
Richmond: Close to the James River, on Tobacco Row, seafood lovers can enjoy dining under the exposed beams and brick of a refurbished warehouse. Bookbinder's was originally opened in 1865 and still stands as a Richmond historical landmark. GO TO OLD ORIGINAL BOOKBINDERS
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