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Freemason Abbey

209 West Freemason Street.
Norfolk, Virginia 23510
757-622-3966

When you visit us, sit back and relax, expect friendly service and great food. Our staff is ambitious & very eager to make your visit one that you will tell your friends about. Enjoy the American Menu (a local's favorite) in a truly beautiful Victorian, and casual atmosphere. Located in a 127 year-old renovated church in the historic Freemason Harbor area of Norfolk. Featuring fresh lobster, pasta, fish, seafood, choice prime rib, sandwiches, salads and light entrees. As well as a full bar to compliment your dining pleasure.

http://freemasonabbey.com

 
 
 



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