The team from Richmond’s beloved Capitol Waffle Shop has brought their zany waffle creations to Downtown Norfolk. Prepare your taste buds for all things waffles: breakfast, lunch, dessert, sweet, savory, or a little bit of both. If you can dream it, soon, you can have it on a waffle.
Chef Sydney Meers' highly anticipated and much-buzzed about new restaurant, Syd's FishPig Cafe, has officially opened on Main Street adjacent to Selden Market. With eclectic decor and a uniquely unforgettable menu that is classic Syd, FishPig is sure to be a fast favorite of Downtowners and visitors alike. FishPig Cafe will be open Wednesdays-Saturdays from 4pm-10pm. Make your reservations now at 775-904-3680.
NBA Referee and Norfolk native Tony Brothers has officially opened Brothers Norfolk, a fine dining restaurant featuring fresh seafood, chops, and spirits right in the heart of Downtown Norfolk on Plume Street. With a fantastic culinary team and waitstaff committed to providing a first-rate dining experience, this spot is sure to be a fast favorite in Downtown Norfolk. Get your reservations now online.
Petit à Petit is not just a bra and panty shop; it's the ultimate experience in intimate apparel for women and men. Whose mission is to provide a luxury experience to all of its guests, and high-quality products in a wide array of sizes and styles.
Inspiring creators and technology innovators, together in one iconic building campus. Assembly is purpose-built to host a curated community of like-minded professional – leading creative and technology companies, aspiring startups, and talented freelancers all sharing energy, inspiration and resources. Coming in May 2021.
Three Ships Coffee
400 Granby Street
Three Ships Coffee has joined the growing and creative tenant list at Assembly and will open a 2,000-square-foot coffee shop in the beautiful ground-level space along Granby Street. Three Ships Coffee will offer its signature rotating menu of locally roasted drip and pour over coffee in addition to their popular seasonal drinks in Norfolk. New to their program is a grab-and-go lunch and the addition of a curated selection of beers and wine, as well as the occasional pop-up evening events with guest chefs. Three Ships Coffee at Assembly will have an exclusive-to-Norfolk espresso blend inspired by the 90s Hardcore Norfolk scene.
429 Granby Street
Much-loved modern American restaurant Codex, once housed in Pendulum in Ghent, is reopening in a new space right on Granby Street in the heart of Downtown Norfolk for a new environment and a new menu — along with many fan favorites. The new Codex will have expanded operating hours and some new curated cocktails.