Virginia March 22, 2018
There’s A Waterfront Restaurant Hiding Inside This Old Virginia Tackle Shop And You’ll Want To Visit
For a unique dining experience, waterfront enthusiasts can head to Virginia Beach and dine inside a converted tackle shop. This authentic coastal experience is all the more delightful considering the fantastic menu. Here’s more on Rudee’s at the Inlet, a delightful waterfront restaurant hiding inside an old Virginia tackle shop:
Rudee's on the Inlet is a picturesque waterfront restaurant located at 227 Mediterranean Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451.
Arriving to this dynamic restaurant, you'll understand why it's among the most popular places to dine in all of Virginia Beach.
The seafood selection alone is worth a visit. Diners can enjoy fresh Maine lobster...
...calamari with special volcano sauce...
...and shrimp and spinach tortellini.
And even with such incredible dining options, the main attraction to Rudee's is the setting.
Rudee's opened in 1983 in an old tackle and bait shop, offering a unique element of coastal life to this eatery.
Diners can opt to eat outside and enjoy the famous gliding chairs as they take in the phenomenal view of the Inlet.
And if you happen to stop by on the weekend, you owe it to yourself to order the brunch special. Photographed below is stuffed french toast with blueberry sauce, bacon, and a side of homefries.
Can you imagine a more picturesque setting for exquisite food and cocktails?
Have you ever dined at Rudee’s? If so, we’d love to hear what your experience there was like! For more information, including directions and reservations, be sure to visit the official website
here. You may also enjoy reading about These 11 Incredible Waterfront Restaurants In Virginia That Everyone Must Try.