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Review for George's Steakhouse by Scott
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The food is really good. Service is fast. Great place to go for pasta dishes or Steak.
Pros: Fast and freindly staff.
Review for Saddle Ridge and Cheyenne Supper Club by Rose
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Most racist, rude and unprofessional staff I have ever encountered! Worst place in Hampton Roads!
Pros: None! Zero! Zip! Nada!
Cons: This place is still open!!
Review for Purrsha Restaurant, Bar & Lounge by Dezz
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we love love this place!!! the food is good, drinks are strong & the DJ is on point. highly recommend this spot for Fridays & Tuesdays.
Review for Purrsha Restaurant, Bar & Lounge by p
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Club Purrsha does not respect the veterans of today's military. Icame to purrsha once and will never return. I invited a friend that had just return from Afghanistan and ..
Review for Saddle Ridge and Cheyenne Supper Club by Anonymous
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AVOID AT ALL COSTS.
Cons: Drinks are poorly mixed, rude staff, bouncers are able to and will kick you out of the bar with or without provocation regardless of your behavior.
Review for O'Leary's Bar & Grill by Anonymous
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Pros: Best kept secret in Virginia Beach a true local's spot with amazing food and phenominal service! They have every sports pacakge avail and 10 hdtv's, such a great spot ..

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Norfolk is the second-largest city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Norfolk is one of nine cities which make-up Hampton Roads municipality. The Elizabeth River on the West and the Chesapeake Bay on the North encircle Norfolk. It is also bordered on the South by the city of Chesapeake and on the east by Virginia Beach. Norfolk is home to the world's biggest military coalition and home of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization defense headquarters. Norfolk offers a vast number of water front properties because of the extreme amount of water encircling the area. Norfolk affords a broad arrangement of Interstate Highways, Bridges and Tunnels to connect it with its neighbors. In the late 1600's Norfolk experienced a growth boom when the "Half Moone Fort" was built. In 1680, The House of Burgesses recognized the Towne of Lower Norfolk County, which was subdivided in 1691 becoming Norfolk County and Princess Anne County. In 1705, Norfolk became incorporated. Norfolk became a significant port for exporting merchandise to the British Isles and other destinations. In 1776, Lord Dunmore shelled the city with a fleet of three ships for an excess of eight hours, destroying about two thirds of the city. Partisans strategically destroyed any building that remained. The only walls that were still standing were those of Saint Paul's Episcopal Church where a cannonball remains inside the wall of the church. The city received another substantial financial setback when three hundred buildings were destroyed along the waterfront by a devastating fire. Things looked up for Norfolk as it expanded its holdings due to annexation. In 1906 Berkley was annexed with Norfolk followed by Sewell's Point, Willoughby spit and Campostella and the Ocean View area in 1923. The Navy base along with miles of coastline property facing Hampton roads and the Chesapeake Bay were included in the 1923 annexation. In 1959, Norfolk accomplished another small annexation with Virginia Beach resulting in its present borders. Because of its proximity to Chesapeake Bay, the many museums and tourist attractions there are unlimited things to do in the area making this a wonderful place to visit for a day or for a lifetime.

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Garden Stars at Norfolk Botanical Garden
on Thursday, 22 Feb, 7:00 PM
at Norfolk Botanical Garden Find Tickets
6700 Azalea Garden Rd, Norfolk, VA 23518

Come out for an evening under the stars with the Back Bay Astronomers and their powerful telescopes. The Moon and Saturn will be up in the night sky. - Walking required. - Cost/program: $10 ($15 for not-yet-members) Weather permitting: please check website for event c

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31DecBling Out the Brewery - New Year's Eve!
EventBling Out the Brewery - New Year's Eve!

Dec 31 at 21:00 · Jan 1, 02:00

O'Connor Brewing Co.

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31DecNew Years Eve 2018 "Masquerade Ball"
EventNew Years Eve 2018  Masquerade Ball

Dec 31 at 20:00 · Jan 1, 02:00

The Granby Theater

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31DecThe Birch's 7th Anniversary and NYE Party!
EventThe Birch's 7th Anniversary and NYE Party!

Dec 31 at 20:00 · 23:59

The Birch

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