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Virginia Beach, Virginia
February 17, 2008
August 7, 2005
They have both inside and outside seating, and both areas have separate hostesses. You can add your name to the list inside and get a "beeper," or go outside, put your name on that list, and wait nearby (no means of paging). If you don't like drinking from plastic cups, you need to sit inside.
The menu has a good selection - appetizers range from cheese sticks (very large) and crab puffs (very good) to calamari and fried shrimp.
Dinner choices were burgers, fish sandwich, Caesar salad (you could add tuna or chicken), steak, crab cakes, or shrimp. The burgers were priced around $9, and the dinners were about $18.
The she-crab soup was excellent! I shared a bowl of soup and ate some appetizers, and by the time my dinner came out, I wasn't hungry anymore. The next time, I will order the bowl of soup and a Caesar salad.
The drink menu is large, with martinis, daiquiris, and all types of coladas being their specialty. They also had a nice dessert menu – key lime pie, tiramisu, and cheesecake are three of the choices.
From journal Virginia Beach - Ocean Key Resort
Raleigh, North Carolina
October 19, 2004
The following afternoon my husband and I went to their outdoor area so we could have a drink and watch the people walking and biking up and down the boardwalk. The drinks were okay, but we also order a boiled shrimp appetizer and the shrimp were perfect - well-seasoned, cooked just right, succulent, and fun to shell and dip in the butter sauce or cocktail sauce provided. I would go back for the shrimp!
From journal October Weekend at Virginia Beach
columbia, South Carolina
September 8, 2004
From journal Rockin in Virginia Beach
June 5, 2004
From journal Late Winter in Virginia Beach
August 19, 2003
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From journal Living in Virginia Beach