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Conference Center
Conference Center

Its versatile 22,700 square feet of meeting and banquet space can handle busines... more

Fishing
Fishing

More than 22 miles of fresh, salt and brackish waterways meander through the cit... more

Chesapeake Dining
Chesapeake Dining

Chesapeake is a foodie's paradise with an array of culinary options from local-o... more

Sports Facilities
Sports Facilities

Chesapeake, Virginia hosts sporting facilities including seven outdoor recreatio... more

Virginia Green
Virginia Green

Chesapeake is proud to be a participant in the Virginia Green Certification, a s... more

History
History

Since the arrival of colonial settlers in 1620, the history of Chesapeake has pl... more

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A Culinary Tale

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Captain Chuck-a-Muck's Ship Store and Grill

A family owned and operated restaurant located in beautiful downtown Rescue, Virginia on Jones Creek. In a laid-back, non-smoking atmosphere, friends can enjoy fresh, local seafood as well as Angus steak and chicken, homemade key lime pie and, if you're up to it, our world-famous Jamaican Jet Fuel.  Chuck-a-Muck's was recently featured on a Food Network's episode of Diners, Drive-ins & Dives with Guy Fieri.

Chesapeake Farmer's Market

Open-air markets offers locally-grown vegetables, fruits, melons, honey, jams, jellies, cider, flowers, potted plants, bedding plants, and herbs.  Many regulars visit every Saturday morning to buy the best and freshest baked goods, fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, crafts, cheese, bison, natural dog biscuits, and much more.  Make new friends, take home a new recipe, and just enjoy yourself on market day.

Passion The Restaurant

A stunning and beautiful restaurant, located in the Greenbrier area of Chesapeake, featuring creative, innovative cuisine from local farmers and fisherman.   Passion's menu is based on the concept of Terroir, by providing seasonal, regional and local foods prepared using a "French Technique" in an American style. Terroir, a French term associated with wine, coffee and tea, is used to denote the special characteristics that geography bestowed upon them. It can be very loosely translated as "a sense of place" which is embodied in certain qualities, and the sum of the effects that the local environment has had on the manufacture of the product.

Rowena's

Three backyard fruit trees sparked what is today a thriving gourmet food business for Rowena Fullinwider, founder and president of Rowena's, Inc, in Norfolk, Virginia.  As word spread about the "cake lady", requests for Rowena's specialty foods exceeded the capabilities of her kitchen.   Rowena opened her gourmet manufacturing facility in May of 1983 and in 25 years; her facility has grown to 18 employees, a retail store, staff offices, call center, tearoom, two spacious kitchens and two warehouses.  Rowena's has been featured in national publications such as Ladies Home Journal, Gourmet, Bon Appétit, Taste of Home and Southern Living, and has appeared on Food Finds on the Food Network, QVC, The 700 Club and The Today Show. Virginia's Governor who declared Feb 20th as "Rowena Fullinwider Day" also has honored her.

The Egg Bistro

An independently owned neighborhood bistro that provides fresh, innovative food in a hip, family environment.  Everyone on the staff is wholeheartedly committed to providing the best food and service possible.  The Egg Bistro is located in the heart of Chesapeake.

Main Number: (757) 502-4898
Toll Free: (888) 889-5551
Fax: (757) 502-8016
Email:  jbunn@cityofchesapeake.net