Fresh seafood is easy to come by in Virginia Beach, but that's just the beginning of what our city has to offer! Restaurants in Virginia Beach serve cuisine from across the world in dishes suitable for fine dining, a snack on the go and plenty more in between.
In fact, our location near the boardwalk also puts you near a few of the city's top restaurants, as rated by sites like Urbanspoon and TripAdvisor. Doc Taylor's Restaurant is one of these—open for breakfast and lunch, their famous buttermilk pancakes and robust sandwiches may be just the thing to start or finish a round of fun on the beach. Next door, Tautog's Restaurant opens at 5:30 each evening, offering many coastal plates on their menu. Both of these classic Virginia Beach eateries are located mere blocks from the Sundial Inn.
After sampling seafood dishes, you may find yourself craving a change of taste. Fortunately, you don't have to look far to find flavors of Italy, Greece and the Caribbean! The Mojito Café, Zushi Japanese Bistro and Ammos are just a few of the excellent options to try out for these flavors, along with Isle-of-Capri, which is also located on the boardwalk. On a different note, Beatles fans at the Sundial Inn have picked the right place to stay: we're only a few blocks from Virginia Beach's own Abbey Road Pub & Restaurant.
Finally, there are a few cafés and dessert shops near the Sundial Inn that are well worth a try. Dough Joe's is one such highlight that regularly wins accolades in “Best-Of” lists from visitors and publications alike. Elsewhere in town, you can satisfy your sweet tooth at Bruster's Real Ice Cream or check out the Cake of the Month at Sugar Plum Bakery. Try another local favorite, Café Amarino, to satisfy your sweet tooth! No matter what you're in the mood for, it's easy to find great food while staying at the Sundial Inn in Virginia Beach!Previous Activity View All Activities Next Activity