Freemason District Restaurants

Where to eat in the Freemason District

Just steps from the water, you’ll find historic venues turned into upscale dining establishments, like Freemason Abbey, an 1870s church famous for their she-crab soup, and Omar’s Carriage House, an 1840's carriage house now known for their seafood and Moroccan dishes. Other culinary favorites in this neighborhood are Cure Coffeehouse, a petite kitchen that turns out uniquely flavored lattes and cocktails, Virginia Cheese Company, lauded for their vast charcuterie collection and tapped wines, and Four Eleven York, a fine-dining restaurant and boutique inn whose private courtyard makes for the classiest brunch.

City with Bite in Freemason District

When a city like Norfolk, VA has 600+ indie restaurants, you can’t not try to try them all. So we enlisted foodie fanatic, Nomarama, to hit the streets to uncover the stories, the characters, and oh yes, the food, that gives NFK its one-of-a-kind flavor. Watch the Freemason District featured restaurants below!