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219 Bistro
  • • The cuisine is American with an Asian twist.
  • • Serving Both Lunch & Dinner
  • • Full-Service Bar
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James Financial Services Inc
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Things To Do in Norfolk, VA

Willoughby-Baylor House Willoughby-Baylor House

Travel back in time to get a taste of what life was like in Norfolk in the 1700s when you visit the Willoughby-Baylor House. Constructed in 1794, this federal townhouse tells the story of the city's beginnings through the creative use of its décor and ambiance. The house museum and its property also features a lovely flower and herb garden as well as other interesting amenities that help paint a classic picture of how Norfolk's forefathers lived.

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American Indoor Karting American Indoor Karting

Put the pedal to the metal and rev your engine up to enjoy some great fun at American Indoor Karting. This recreation venue features state-of-the-art European racing machines that you can drive on a track that features as many challenges as it does memorable moments. Safety is the top priority, but you will surely want to feel the roar of the engines (and the adrenaline rush) of taking to the track at top speed!

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Moses Myers House Moses Myers House

The Moses Myers House is one of Norfolk's most historically significant attractions for various reasons. It not only showcases an impressive example of Georgian architecture, but it tells Myers' story as he was Norfolk's first Jewish resident. Myers, an affluent 18th century merchant, was known for his impeccable style and taste, and you can see it when you take a tour of this elegant house. On the tour, you will get to see numerous collections from the 18th century that are history lessons in and of themselves.

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