455 Granby Street
The newest Italian restaurant on Granby Street features outdoor and rooftop dining and a gourmet food and wine market. From the owners of 456 Fish, Bodega, Big Easy, 219 American Bistro, and Byrd & Baldwin Bros. Steak House.
The Main is a world-class, $147 million, mixed-use entertainment, meeting, dining and hotel destination at the corner of Main Street and Granby Street. The Main brings a 41,000 square foot conference center called The Exchange to Downtown, as well as 300 luxury Hilton hotel rooms. Visitors entering a vast glass-walled lobby can grab a quick bite at Frutive or dine at seafood restaurant Saltine, or take the escalator up to the second floor to lounge at the wine and piano bar Varia. For a more casual experience, Grain's roof garden, on the fifth floor, offers an exclusive bar and spectacular views of the Elizabeth River.
Jhane's Sweet Lounge
Jhane's Sweet Lounge features amazing desserts such as an almond cake with toasted almond amaretto mousse dipped in dark chocolate; coconut cake with vanilla cream and coconut; and a white cake with crushed pineapples, chantilly cream, topped with fresh fruit and toasted coconut. The menu, offering lunch and dinner, includes seafood cakes, portobello stackers and chicken waffle bites. The venue features a fully stocked bar and event lounge and with seating for about 200.
|The Rustic Tart
323 Granby Street
The Rustic Tart is a pastry shop located on Granby Street designed to elevate your pie experience.
|House of Maya
258 Granby Street
The Maya Couture experience is where your journey begins as a peek into the window of everything House of Maya Bridal has to offer. Maya Couture is the flagship store of House of Maya. The bridal and occasion salon invites clients to experience the largest inventory of gowns and variety in styles, silhouettes, and embellishments.
Located in the heart of the central business district and adjacent to the City of Norfolk's world class waterfront and festival site, Waterside District will be a regional destination for the very best in entertainment and dining. A $40 million overhaul and rebranding of Norfolk's iconic Waterside Festival Marketplace will allow visitors to enjoy the best national and local brands and concepts in an atmosphere that melds the energetic city and beautiful waterfront. Being developed by The Cordish Company of Baltimore, MD, the refurbished complex is scheduled for opening May 4, 2017.
759 Granby Street
Commune is a farmer owned sustainable eatery, cafe and bakery using local ingredients to serve delicious and conscientious food and drink in Virginia Beach and soon Downtown Norfolk's NEON District within Work | Release.