Sleep Inn & Suites At Fort Lee
2200 Waterside Road
Prince George, VA 23875
Phone: (804) 732-3737
Fax: (804) 732-7377
Bars & Cafes
Skilled Baristas make every demolishious drink imaginable. Fast service panini pressed sandwiches, gourmet soups & salads to boot. Made from scratch fresh baked goods.
The premiere gathering place in the Tri Cities, this coffeehouse and bistro provides an extensive menu of gourmet coffee drinks, specialty sandwiches, and fresh soups and salads. Live music is provided on Saturday nights.
Rain Supperclub is the place for some superb fun times. This club offers an array of entertainment options right from wild theme nights to exciting live band performances and gigs. There is the wonderful front bar stocked to its capacity that has all the drinks you would need to keep you swirling to the tunes. If you are looking for some all out entertainment, Rain Supperclub allows you to show your wild-side on some regular days as well. The club is pretty popular among party goers, so ensure that you are there in time to catch all the fun.
Located along Virginia Street, is Richmond's major concert venue, the Toad's Place. Opened in 2007, the venue is stretched over two floors comprising of a restaurant, a club and even rooms that play host to private events. Toad's, has an incredible lineup of live music and a dance party that just won't quit. Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, U-2, The Kinks and Bob Dylan have all played at this hot spot. All in all a perfect national level concert venue that Richmond much needed.
Uptown Alley provides fun for everyone. It is a modern and sophisticated bowling alley that consists of two floors: the first is kid-oriented and has bowling lanes, a cafe, and an arcade; the second also has lanes, except it has a bar and gives off an atmosphere of a lounge. The music that is constantly playing through the speakers is infectious, so thankfully there is a dance floor where you can show off your moves. This is the perfect place to bring family, friends and coworkers for a great time.
Boathouse at Rocketts Landing, situated near the beautiful bank of James River, is known for its premium seafood options. From salads and appetizers like Crab Puppies, sushi like Spicy Tuna and pizzas like Spicy Chipotle Shrimp, the menu has something to suit every palate. Their brunch menu, which is offered every Sunday from 10a to 2:30p, includes some sumptuous sandwiches, omelets and some entrees like Organic Vanilla Granola or Egg Benedict that give a great start to your lazy weekend. Boathouse at Rocketts Landing has an award winning wine list. Check website for an upcoming wine tasting event.
Armani's Restaurant & Night Club is popular with students from the University of Virginia. The nightclub welcomes you with a neon sign and pumping live R&B, Power 92, rap and hip-hop. If you're lucky you might land up on an admission free night. Prices tend to be reasonable and promise to go easy on your wallet. Dress casually—the club staffers are not strict about the dress code. This club comes recommended if you wish to celebrate.
Millie's Diner is the delight and quintessential place to go for breakfast and brunch in Richmond. For brunch, order the Devil's Mess, which is an omelet with mild curry and spicy sausages. A corned beef sandwich is a guaranteed thumbs up for lunch, and there is even a dinner menu that features delectable dishes such as the herbed Cornish game hen and spicy shrimp. The staff is incredibly friendly and the atmosphere is perpetually cheerful against a backdrop of a charming interior. The space is a little small, but its entirely worth it for the delicious food offered.
Want something new and different in your beer mug? Come by and sample one of five Legend brews available year round: Lager, Pilsner, Brown Ale, Porter and Golden IPA. Grab some grab to go with the excellent beer. A favorite dish is the crab quesadilla. Other recommended dishes include entrées include steak and pork chops with fried apples.
The first thing you'll notice about Patrick Henry's Pub & Grille is how friendly the staff is. But as you peruse the menu and take that first bite of perfectly seasoned Angus beef burger, you'll realize that this charming, casual dining restaurant/bar is something special. Located in the Patrick Henry Inn, a pre-Civil War inn which stands on Church Hill, visitors can stop by for a drink and bite to eat after visiting St. John's Church (where Patrick Henry gave his famous, "Give me liberty, or give me death," speech). Be sure to check out The Patrick Henry Burger, or build your own salad or pasta. Choose from a plethora of beers and enjoy conversations with friends.
O'Toole's Restaurant & Pub is situated in the beautiful Westover Hills. An intimate old Irish pub, O'Toole's may lack class and sophistication, but makes for an enjoyable visit. Feast on the wide varieties of appetizers, grilled chicken, crabs, cheeses, steaks, nachos and mozzarella-topped items. A perfect spot for a Sunday brunch or a casual dinner, O Toole's also stocks up delightful spirits and country liquors. Happy hours and live music nights are a major draw at this resto-pub. Take away options are available too. Call for more information.
This lively Irish pub is located in downtown Richmond. McCormack's is great for a bite to eat, although the kitchen is open only for dinner and the menu offers typical bar foods. This pub is popular with the locals especially during when they sell hot dogs for USD1 Tuesdays nights, tacos for USD1 on Thursdays, and burgers for only USD1.50 every Wednesday night. Local bands will often play here.