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Freemason Abbey

209 W. Freemason St. (Boush St.) Send to Phone
757-622-3966 | Menu
Satisfying American favorites served up in a special atmosphere.
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Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.

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4.5 rating over 3 reviews

Freemason Abbey Restaurant Review

: The stone exterior and vaulted ceilings of this century-old former church provide a special atmosphere for some satisfying American favorites, such as whole Atlantic lobsters, prime rib, roasted baby-back ribs, grilled salmon and deep-fried, butterflied shrimp. We also recommend the homemade artichoke dip and crab dip. Of course, others are religious when it comes to the she crab soup. Gluten-free and vegetarian menus are available, too. The cheerful and efficient staff make it a fine place for business luncheons and other group gatherings as well as a regular stop on tours in and around the historic Freemason District. “Lunch in a flash” with ever-changing options that may include a crock of onion soup with a California turkey club or oyster po’ boy is served weekdays for downtown office workers.

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Will not be returning
by food on Tue Jan 22, 2013 9:25 am
My wife and I ate there during restaurant week and had a very unpleasant visit. When our entrees came it was not at all what she expected, not something she felt comfortable properly picking apart at the dinner table- let alone with a butter knife. As I went on here to review- I noticed they have changed management recently, so perhaps it used to be good but our experience was awful and it seems the restaurant is going downhill fast!
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