McDonald’s

217 Fox Hill Rd
Hampton, 23669
Reviews:
They are always nice and the food is always hot and fresh. Super yummy French fries. I was disappointed that they weren't open 24 hours but they are open late so that's good.

(757) 850-1033

Fast Food, Burgers

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Ya’s Thai Kitchen

1593 Briarfield Rd,Ste B
Hampton, 23666
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(757) 825-8424

Thai

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Langley Thai Cuisine

1719 N King St
Hampton, 23669
Reviews:
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(757) 224-3488

Thai

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Six Little Bar Bistro

6 E Mellen St
Hampton, 23663
Reviews:
I'm learning that each city in Hampton Roads offers a selection of restaurants worth taking the drive for. Hampton is no exception, especially the Phoebus area that I have visited before when I fell in love with The Point. This time, I visited Six, the sister restaurant to Crackers, Empire and Pacifica in Norfolk and Virginia Beach - all part of the Little Bar Bistro family. But the location of Six, in historical downtown Phoebus, adds to its charm. The reviews list Six as "not kid friendly," so I was apprehensive when I walked in with my family of three including my lil' guy. We were greeted with warm "hello's" and I was immediately put at ease. The lights, dim. The music, an alternative mix, loud enough to hear and enjoy but not overpowering. On the smaller side, long and narrow, with ten or so tables, and a bar that stretches the length of the restaurant. I studied the long list of cocktails and martinis. But with over 30 martinis, asked our waitress for help. Emma suggested the Southern Bondage martini - Southern Comfort, Ameretto, Peach, triple sec, cranberry and sour mix. Cold, fruity, with the right amount of sweet, smooth, easy to drink and very strong like a martini should be. Tapas, as described on the menu, are small savory snacks that are often served as an appetizer along with alcoholic drinks, originally in Spain. The tapas at Six, however, are influenced by a mixture of cultures -- new-American, southern, Mediterranean, Asian - so we experienced something different with each dish. Out first, the caprese chop salad, made traditionally with tomatoes, mozzarella, balsamic, evoo (extra virgin olive oil) and basil. So fresh, I asked if they used local ingredients. "Yes, when the ingredients are in season and available." The homemade potato chips were good to munch on while we waited on the shrimp & grits, served next. This was when I knew the good reviews were on point. The white stone ground grits were thick enough to hold up to the sauce - a light and flavorful cider jus - but also creamy, topped with perfectly cooked shrimp, and tender, spicy chorizo that made the dish special adding an unexpected kick of heat. Served next, oysters Rockefeller pot pie, was everything you expect from oysters rockerfeller - tender, locally caught oysters topped with parmesan cheese, spinach, garlic and bacon - but minus the oyster shell, a creamy broth added, and finished off with a flaky pie crust. Each ingredient was good on its own but even better when eaten together, offering a combination of textures and flavors. Next up, our favorite dish of the evening, a petite filet of beef stuffed with blackened blue cheese over a sauce of creamed leeks. The filet was so tender you could cut it with a butter knife, and was lightly seasoned allowing the flavor of the beef to shine. The blue cheese, blackened with additional seasonings added an intense kick of flavor and aroma and melted inside the filet like butter. We ordered a second serving. It was that good. Out comes the chicken marsala -- the most mild in flavor of our choices but not lacking. Simple and earthy, with a light marsala wine sauce and a generous amount of crostini mushrooms. It was a nice break to a lineup of strong flavors. Our last tapas, scallops, soba noodles and bok choy in a fish broth, would have been more accurately listed on the menu as soup. The texture of the scallops did not appeal to me - some tender, some rubbery. But I did appreciate the peppery spice that balanced the fish flavor of the broth. The dessert was a fun way to end the meal. S'mores served in a neat platter where each item had its own slot - a bundle of marshmellows, a Herhey's candy bar, a bunch of graham crackers, chop sticks as roasting sticks, all surrounding a blue flame. It made me feel like I was on an intimate camping trip. The second order of filet was still not served. Disappointing for a near perfect night. But they were apologetic and comp'd the dish as a make good. Tapas bars, including Six, are always more expensive than I expect because you order more since they are small bites and you want to get full, so I was a little shocked to see the bill. All in all, we all deserve to treat ourselves, and dinner at Six was nothing less than a treat. The tapas are some of the best in the area, the location is one that everyone must visit, and the martinis are a martini lovers dream - so many to choose from, interesting and strong.
1. This is a Bistro, in other words the food is astonishingly fresh and amazing, prepared immediately for consumption. 2. This is a bar, with drinks that are consistent, amazingly constructed and balanced. We had 3 cold tapas and 3 hot tapas. Cold: The salmon bruschetta was fantastic, served with ample large dices of smoked salmon on top of crispy bruschetta tied together with garnish and savory spread. The strawberry, chevre and arugula salad is refreshing and slightly sweet with a honey vinaigrette. The tuna tartare with wasabi ginger and soy is soft, buttery and satisfying. Presentation like all the other dishes in this bistro is wonderful. Hot: The Thai chicken coconut curry with rice was gingery, creamy and spicy with a fair amount of bite and just the right amount of heat. Love this rendition of thai curry, very authentic tasting. The petite filet of beef with carrot and red potato mash and steak sauce is heaven on a fork. We asked for it medium rare and it was EXACTLY that. Perfectly done. Seared on the outside with a warm red center. The mash is flavorful but does not take over the dish and the steak sauce is piquant. The bacon wrapped pan seared salmon in a buttery leek sauce, was perfectly done, moist and the sear was crisp and tasty. This is such a satisfying piece of fish. Drinks: I had the "dark" shandy, which was a refreshing combination of dark beer and ginger ale. Never had a shandy done this way, pleasantly surprised. She had the Mai Tai. Not too sour and not too sweet, well done and portioned. Next time we are definitely staying for dessert.
This place is fantastic. Very quaint, dimly lit - super for a nice date night. We have been here a few times to try their various tapas and love it. I wish I had pictures to post! Dessert is the most fun - get the s'mores! I love a little childhood fun. Affordable, quaint, good food - and a diverse bar - what more can you ask for?

(757) 722-1466

Tapas Bars, Tapas/Small Plates, Spanish

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Vancosta’s

3830 Kecoughtan Rd
Hampton, 23669
Reviews:
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(757) 723-1800

Italian, Mediterranean, Pizza

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MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes

36 Coliseum Crossing,Ste 15
Hampton, 23666
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(757) 224-4822

Burgers, Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

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The Point

30 E Mellen St
Hampton, 23663
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(757) 224-9299

American (Traditional), Seafood, American (New)

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The Comfort Zone Restaurant & Lounge

1118 W Mercury Blvd
Hampton, 23666
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(757) 838-1802

Southern, Dance Clubs

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Venture Kitchen And Bar

9 E Queens Way
Hampton, 23669
Reviews:
Awesome gem in the heart of downtown Hampton. I love this place so much! I love good drinks, great food and a cool vibe and Venture delivers on all accounts. The bartender was super friendly and knowledgeable which is always a plus. He also had great knowledge of the menu! I ordered a martini and (3) tapas plates. I had the beef empanadas, crispy pork belly w/fried apples and the pimento cheese. Everything was out of this world good! Plates came out fast and hot and literally prepared to perfection! I am moving out of the area in a few weeks and I'm kicking myself that I didn't discover this place sooner. Do yourself a favor and run don't walk to Venture Kitchen!!!
This is my favorite place EVER to stumble home from after a night out drinking! Inventive and fresh cocktails paired with a personal-size gourmet pizza menu and select rotating tapas offerings delight the casual observer! My personal recommendation remains the "El Diablo", a succulent concoction composed of 100% agave Lunazul Reposado tequila, crime de cassis, Gosling's ginger beer and lime...Jeebus, I can drink that stuff ALL DAY LONG. Day drinking for the win! The waitstaff is sweet, but the bar staff is outstanding and personable. I sit at the bar when I can! Nice beer list with some breadth to it...and the brunch is a must-try! Breakfast pizza, yes!!!!!
I tend to get long-winded so I am just going to lay it out - Mark Beyer was fantastic to deal with in helping me plan my best friend's 30th birthday. The back party room is nice. If I could offer up anything, it would be to have it cleaned as it was a bit dusty and the floor just needs a really good clean/shine. But, it's an awesome space with great lighting and beautiful tables. Loved it. I preordered the tapas and entrees for our party of about 18. I provided a seating chart and diagram to help the server with placement of the food. It all went by pretty flawless. The tapas were incredible and everyone raved about the food. We had also eaten there a couple nights before the party to taste the food and make sure all was a "go". Everything was just a delight to eat and our server both times - Page - she's really an asset to this restaurant. I hope to be here many more tens of times and bring many more friends to sample the eats here. Can't say enough great things about it!!

(757) 325-8868

Pizza, Tapas Bars

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Tommy’s Restaurant

3406 W Mercury Blvd
Hampton, 23666
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Tommy's Restaurant is a very busy, very popular diner that serves a real deal down home breakfast. I came on a Friday morning for a business meeting and the place was hopping. And for as busy as it is - service is fast! My omelet appeared within minutes from ordering it and it was steaming hot and delicious. Coffee refills are constant and my server was friendly and efficient. Something to note - I waited in the lobby area for about a half hour as I was early for my meeting. Each and every person that walked past said hello or good morning. Maybe it is Southern Charm or maybe it is just a lot of happy customers. Either way, I'll be back next time I'm in the area.
Quick service, great food. I ordered the meat lovers omelet with hash browns, and a biscuit on the side. I enjoyed the food and the speed of the service. The waiter knew his menu in and out. ****The only reason it gets 4 stars is because it does not take Cards**** It's 2015, really?
Nothing special. I ordered 2x pecan waffles and sausage. Food was delivered in less than 2 minutes but at 11$. This was Way Too pricey for the value. Service was friendly and polite. Management clearly does not trust employees. They do not take credit cards but have an ATM that charges high fees. The place could be much cleaner. I will not return. Tables and chairs were sticky. Lots of flies.

(757) 825-1644

Breakfast & Brunch

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