116 Granby Street
Downtown's newest coffee spot is Cafe Stella's second location. At roughly half the size of its Ghent location, the Granby Street Cafe Stella is a more intimate coffee experience, with some baked goods available as well.
|Hair of the Dog Eatery
250 Granby Street
Locally owned and operated, Hair of the Dog serves up a delightful spin on classic comfort foods and traditional breakfast offerings that will keep you coming back for more. Add a laid back and eclectic atmosphere, 100 bottle beer selection, flexible wine list and an extensive restorative blend of creative mimosas and bloody mary's, you have all the components of a great dining experience.
|Cork & Co. 244 Granby Street, Suite A|
Wine bar and shop with an extensive and well-curated cellar. Serving cheese, charcuterie and small plates.
215 Granby Street
Serving up build your own poke bowls and bubble teas to Downtown Norfolk.
109 Addison Street
Sanctuary is an art gallery and bar in Norfolk's NEON District with tacos and an outdoor deck.
210 E. Main Street, Suite 1
Soon to take over the former Starbucks space on Main Street, Revenge Creamery is a partnership between the owners of Pendulum Fine Meats and Alkaline serving ice cream and savory sandwiches.
214 E. Plume Street
Coming soon to the Selden Arcade, The Stockpot's second location features healthy comfort food cafe specializing in soups, bone broths, salads, smoothies, toasties, and pastries.