The saying goes: "Virginia is for lovers." Well, we've decided — Virginia Beach is for seafood lovers. What are the locals saying about this national tourist destination? We have a couple of ideas in our picks, below.
"This was perhaps the best meal I have had during my two years living in Virginia Beach. The creativity of our dishes deserves six stars... The tuna tataki still dances on my tongue when I think of it." Pat G., Virginia Beach, VA
"Crab legs at the grocery are around $7.99/lb. I easily ate three pounds worth along with shrimp, prime rib, fried oysters, etc. and IMO, tasty! What wouldn't be with a soup bowl full of warm butter, real lemon, and freshly peeled crab legs and shrimp?" Lorie F., Norfolk, VA
"Dockside is my family's go-to place when we are craving great seafood. Our out-of-town guests also love ordering frozen seafood from this place to take home with them because everything is always so fresh and delicious." Kirstina C., Chesapeake, VA
Norfolk's annual "second line" with New Orleans' special spirit and unique culture takes place Thursday, June 19 to Sunday, June 22 at Town Point Park on the downtown Norfolk, Virginia waterfront. The 25th Annual AT&T Bayou Boogaloo & Cajun Food Festival delivers the heart and soul of Louisiana to visitors of Town Point Park in true Cajun style. Join us for live music and mouthwatering Cajun delicacies prepared by authentic Louisiana inspired chefs. Festival guests are in for a real treat as they feast on fresh crawfish straight from Louisiana, jambalaya, gumbo, etouffée, alligator, muffuletta, andouille, and beignets. Guests will also find festival favorites like Sno balls, root beer floats, smoothies, Italian water ice, glazed nuts, kettle corn, and funnel cake. Wash it all down with a variety of cold beverages including a fine selection of beers straight from New Orleans' own Abita Brewing Company as well as New Orleans-born Southern Comfort Hurricanes.
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