The culinary crew at Thumpers Old Towne Bar & Grill craft pub fare with verve, skillfully preparing a menu full of steaks, seafood, and appetizers that emphasize Southwestern and Cajun flavors. Starter portions of Thumpers grande nachos ($6.95) test chips' structural integrity by piling their surfaces with black beans, cheeses, and jalapeños, and the jumbo chicken wings ($8.99) shepherd taste buds to hot-sauce-seasoned pastures flanked by blue-cheese dressing and celery. Diners can chow down on one of six cooked-to-order burgers ($5.95–$9.95) or journey into the bayou by catching the Louisiana fried catfish ($14.95), two breaded fillets rendered golden brown and drizzled with a spicy tartar sauce. On some nights, guests may be serenaded by a live musical performance from a local band, whose sultry notes ping off the restaurant walls like meatballs with aspirations of becoming a Pong ball.
G-Force Karts boasts a massive, all-indoor facility that provides entertainment in any weather. The twists and curves of the indoor karting track challenge drivers of any age. Adults can tear through turns in custom-built GT 5 karts, while kids can get a taste of speed in the safety-conscious junior karts. Not far from the track lies the inflatables area, where kids can bounce and slide in single- and dual-lane obstacle courses while parents watch from central tables. The newest indoor entertainment, though, is G-Force's paintball arena. The staff provide every player with all the tools they need, including guns that fire softer, less-messy z-balls.
757 Crave On The Harbor knows the best seasoning for any plate of upscale comfort food—dazzling panoramic harbor views. The restaurant is perched on mile marker zero of the Inter-Coastal, ensuring that diners can gaze at Crawford Bay from every table and from the front room, which features floor-to-ceiling windows. The food keeps the foreground equally interesting, with eggs benedict topped with a crab cake on the breakfast side of the menu, and flash-fried oysters and handcrafted burgers on the lunch side. The tiki-style bar—complete with a grass roof and parrot bartenders—keeps tables supplied with beer, wine, and cocktails.
The licensed and insured crew members at Hampton Roads Exterior Services keep the curb appeal of homes and businesses at peak impressiveness through a wide range of cleaning and remodeling services. They power-wash driveways and sidewalks, scrub streaky roofs, and remove persistent mold. Thanks to the team's hard work, homeowners can enjoy bright, gleaming abodes unmarred by dirt and grime.
Designed to grant car owners access to exceptional maintenance while introducing them to new, reliable area businesses, the 757 VIP Card arms holders with more than $700 worth of vehicular services, none of which will ever expire. A series of seven oil changes performed by ASE-certified technicians include the draining of spent fluids, the funneling in of up to 5 quarts of clean oil, and the installation of a protective new filter, all of which keep engines humming like a forgetful Broadway singer. The card also treats cars to their next three Virginia-state inspections along with two tire rotations to rectify wobbly wheels. With the 757 VIP Card, car owners also earn supplementary discounts on services such as tune-ups, brake jobs, and tire work.