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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 crab cakes. 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, and check out specials such as chicken-fried steak. 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.

User Ratings & Reviews for Freemason Abbey
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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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