5400 Southpoint Boulevard, Fredericksburg, VA, US, 22407
- Phone: (540) 710-5500
- Fax: (540) 710-1572
Bars & Cafes
The 108 year old building is located in the downtown area of Richmond. The collection here includes 46 tap and 200 plus beer varieties and much more. There's space available for games such as pool, dartboard. There is a beer garden with its own kitchen and for decorative purposes a fountain reminiscent of the European architecture. Venues within such as the dining hall can accommodate 60 people whereas the music room can hold up to 250 people. There is free parking available after 4pm on weekdays and anytime during the weekend near the downtown location.
The Cotton Club is your regular place for drinks and for socializing with locals. Chat up over chilled beers and some tasty snacks for a leisurely time. There's nothing grand or exceptional about this joint, but it is one of those spots where one can simply sit back and relax over drinks for a pleasant evening.
One of the first establishments to open in the renovated Shockoe Slip warehouse district, Sam Miller's has a casual pub-like atmosphere. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves typical American fare including steaks, fresh seafood and sandwiches. The Sunday brunch is popular as well. A limited late-night menu is available in the bar where live music plays on selected evenings.
Situated in a classic structure in the historic district of the city, this famous beer pub has loads of the much-loved brew on tap and in barrel. Perch yourself in the lovely dining room and enjoy the view. Relish a hearty, contemporary meal or just go dancing in the joint's club. The area covered by this business is huge, and there's no dearth of things to do inside. Foosball, billiards, darts, dancing, big screen televisions keep patrons busy, while the brews flow fast, to keep them energized. Noisy and full of life, this is the place to go if you are feeling blue. Several different eating and drinking establishments within the same block.
Live music plays most nights in the first floor bar of this historic Shockoe Slip warehouse restaurant. The basement club is alive with music and dancers and the top two floors offer dining in a delightful atmosphere. Lovely antiques including an elaborate iron elevator, stained glass and 19th Century tobacco advertisements fill this entertainment complex. The dinner menu includes prime rib and other scrumptious entrees.
Try the myriad number of specialized Japanese rolls such as Kobe Special Roll, Samurai Roll or the Caterpillar Roll only at Kobe Japanese Steak & Sushi. Apart from rolls, this sushi restaurant serves soups such as udon noodle soup and miso beef soup. Kobe abides by the hibachi style of cooking which gives a unique taste to their food. So enjoy your exotic food while sipping on a glass of Sake.
Bistro Bobette is a quaint bistro on the outside and an embodiment of bustling energy on the inside. The interiors have a touch of elegance to it, much like a countryside bistro in Paris would have. Patrons talk, laugh and cherish their time together while munching on Escargots, delicious cheese plates and rich, creamy risottos and foie gras appetizers. The bar houses some fine choices of wines which go particularly well with French cuisine.
Take a trip to Ireland without leaving Richmond. This beautifully decorated pub has a relaxing atmosphere, outdoor dining and delicious food. Sine is a favorite spot for executives to stop in for after-work drinks. The owners of Sine have gone to great lengths to create an authentic Irish pub in Shockoe Bottom. Artisans from Ireland built and designed the beautiful, dark wood interior. It offers traditional pub fare and delicious appetizers like Irish Nachos, stuffed potato skins with gobs of sour cream.
This restaurant in historic Shockoe Slip is a great place to stop after a long day and relax over a drink and a few plates of tapas. Seared Tuna with a Raisin and Caper Tapenade is an unusual treat and the Artichoke Misto is a must for garlic lovers. For those with a heartier appetite, Europa offers three types of paella; the traditional rice and vegetable dish of Spain ;with meat, fish or a combination. The lunch menu is designed for those who are limited on time with a variety of panini sandwiches, pizzas and salads.
This upscale eatery serves some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip - all feature on the menu. You can whet your appetite beforehand with the seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake - it will prepare you for the toll that dining here takes on your wallet!
Dance till you sweat, eat till you are swept and drink till you forget - This is the motto at Off the Hookah lounge & Bar, Richmond. A sprawling dance floor, full of dance maniacs dancing away to the latest tunes of dub step, techno and hip hop music is the first thing you notice. The DJ does an amazing job at keeping the dancers on their feet with the addictive music he plays. The use of bright curtains and flashy furnishing is reminiscent of the Disney castle of Agrabah. Apart from the upscale hookah bar which offers a number of interesting flavors and tastes, this restaurant serves some classic Mediterranean cuisine. Service is prompt and in tune with the vibrant spirit of this Hookah bar and lounge.
The Canal Club is a capacious nightclub venue that hosts events and shows. There are two-levels to this nightclub, The Canal Club which is upstairs, serves only liquor, however, you can satiate your hunger downstairs, at The Downstairs Lounge. It is smaller in area compared to Canal, but offers seating arrangement and food till late at night. The club hosts a variety of shows defining what entertainment can possibly mean—comedy, music and other performances.