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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 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 ..
Review for Shanti Yoga by Anonymous
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Despite its size, Shanti Yoga has an inviting atmosphere and community building opportunities.
Pros: Close to the beach, conveniently located in Hiltop shopping center. Beautiful wall mural and soft lighting sets the perfect ambiance for relaxation and creating Self awareness. Very clean. ..
Cons: Smaller studio. Made for under 10 people per class.
Review for High Tide Screen Printing by Anonymous
Rating: 11111
They carry tee shirts, hats, polos, pants, aprons, hoodies, koozies, and more. High Tide works with Big and small groups, clubs and events.
Pros: great prices, nice customer service. Screen printing and embroidery.

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Suffolk Virginia is one of seven cities that make up the South Hampton Roads of eastern Virginia. The city is named Suffolk after Governor William Gooch home in East Anglia England. Suffolk is the largest independent city in land area of the entire Commonwealth, originally called Constance's Warehouse. A seaport town along the Nansemond River was established by English settlers in 1742. Prior to the arrival of the colonists Nansemond Indians lived in the area for thousands of years. Early on Nansemond County encircled Suffolk and had become the independent city of Nansemond. These two cities arranged to be joined together along with the unincorporated towns of Hollond and Whaleyville forming the largest city in the area. In the beginning, the English grew tobacco, which was so laborious and exhaustive that African slaves were necessary. Eventually the landowners gave up the tobacco trade and changed to farming and assorted variety of field crops. Peanuts became one of the primary crops for Suffolk. Planters Peanuts originated in Suffolk in 1912 with the inception of Mr. Peanut planter's famous mascot. Planters are now part of Kraft Foods, other large corporations found in Suffolk are Unilever, Lipton Tea, Raytheon and Lockheed Martin with its headquarters for Innovation is based in Suffolk. The campus is referred to as"The Lighthouse "because the campus surrounds a lighthouse. There are many things to do in Suffolk. Bike trails cover many miles in the Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge with several entry sites. Lone Star Lakes City Park has more than four miles of trails that were also designed for bike riding. Museums and other tourist attractions are also available to learn more about Suffolk's history.

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