Come try a slice of life in downtown Norfolk.
Unique and distinctive cuisine is the norm in downtown Norfolk. From craft beers brewed on the beach to fresh fish caught just off-shore, there’s a dish for every palate and a flavor for every season.
Try one of the top-notch steaks at Byrd & Baldwin Bros. Steakhouse or go light with a fresh salad at Granby Bistro (try the homemade dressing). Marvel at the steampunk decor of Brick Anchor Brew House or check out the open layout of Field Guide. The options and flavors are limitless.
Are you hungry yet?
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Audition for Harbor Heights. It’s showtime.
Take in a show at Norfolk’s large-scale venues, and see the stars of Broadway, right here at home.
Whether you’re laughing at a sketch comedy skit in the Granby or Wells historic theaters or rooting for the home team at the Tides stadium, downtown Norfolk’s got a show for you.
Go classy at the Virginia Opera or Virginia Symphony Orchestra, or stroll through the NEON arts district with a cocktail in hand when you attend an exhibition at Work | Release.
Information on Nightlife in Downtown Norfolk
Information on the NEON District in Downtown Norfolk
Try on Harbor Heights. We’re sure it’s a good fit.
Discover handmade treasures or big brand bargains in Norfolk’s shopping scene. Fashions change as quickly as the waterfront tides, ever shifting and changing, so catch it if you can.
Discover new favorites while visiting the old standbys at MacArthur Mall (Lush gives free samples) get your spa on at Smooth in the Monticello Arcade or check out the funky, local art for sale at Kitsch in nearby Ghent.
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On the road again, but not for too long.
Come home to Harbor Heights.
Just because downtown Norfolk has it all doesn’t mean other places aren’t worth a visit.
Cross the CBBT to enjoy the serenity of the Eastern Shore or drive the opposite direction to the famous NC 12, gateway to Currituck & the Outer Banks. Head west to visit Busch Gardens, colonial Williamsburg, historic Jamestown or Washington D.C.