CLASSIC RESTAURANTS OF COASTAL VIRGINIA

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CLASSIC RESTAURANTS OF COASTAL VIRGINIA

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CLASSIC RESTAURANTS OF COASTAL VIRGINIA | FOUR HUNDRED YEARS OF EATS AND DRINKS

From VIRGINIA EATS + DRINKS publisher, Patrick Evans-Hylton

The history of dining in Virginia goes back to 1607. Dairy lunches and tearooms dominated the early twentieth-century dining scene. Local favorite Doumar’s - famous for inventing the ice cream cone - became the rage at the 1907 Jamestown Exposition, and palatial seaside resorts like th Cavalier attracted patrons to their luxurious dining rooms in the Roaring Twenties. Bacalis’ Hot Dog Place invented the Norfolk Dog in the 1930s, a tradition that’s carried on today. Steinhilber’s has catered to family nights out for decades, keeping pace as the local food scene has grown and changed. Join local chef and food writer Patrick Evans-Hylton as he recalls the history of Coastal Virginia;’s restaurants and the personalities that made them unforgettable.

Book is personalized autograph by the author

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