Groceries & Markets in Norfolk


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  • Five Points Community Farm Market
    Five Points Community Farm Market was established in 2006 as a cooperative that allows market managers to work with more than 50 local farmers to collect, price, and sell quality local produce and products. The market is housed in an air-conditioned facility, allowing shoppers to browse healthy options grown in the fertile state of Virginia, such as orchard- grown apples ($1.79/lb.), crisp cucumbers ($1.99/lb.), sweet potatoes ($1.29/lb.), eggplant ($2.99/lb.), and vine- ripe tomatoes ($2.59/lb.), without sweating or withering into a human raisin beneath the sun.
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    2500 Church St
    Norfolk, VA US
  • Welton's Seafood Market Ghent
    Welton?s Seafood Market stocks patrons? pantries with fresh seafood, locally grown produce, and gourmet prepared foods such as its signature tomato pie. A pound of swordfish ($17.99/lb) imbues meals with fighting spirit, and a plate of scottish salmon ($16.99/lb) pairs well with a plaid, pleated garnish. Shellfish aficionados can also cook up a dozen littleneck clams ($5.99) or pilfer pearls from a dozen Sewansecott ocean-salt oysters ($10.99). Local farmers, including Pickett?s Harbor Farms in Cape Charles and Cromwell Farm in Pungo, supply seasonal produce such as butter beans, sweet corn, zucchini, and beets to stock Welton?s shelves, and customers can also pluck fresh herbs from the market?s back garden to spice up meals with less hassle than stealing 10-foot-tall chilies from the larders of local giants.
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    110 E 17th St
    Norfolk, VA US
  • Jessy's Taqueria
    The men and women at Jessy's Tienda y Taqueria are on a mission to bring a bit of Mexico to the people of Norfolk?whether through homemade recipes or authentic luchador masks. Taking a walk across the taqueria's black and white checkered floors reveals all sorts of sights from south of the border. Families and friends sit at booths eating chips with guacamole and plates of tacos filled up with beef cheek, carnitas, and carne asada steak. Head to another area, and you'll find display cases filled to the brim with pan dulce?sweet pastries, tres leches cakes, including a new pi?a colada recipe, and other baked goods. Other new menu additions include huaraches rancheros, enchiladas in mole verde, and sopa de mariscos frescos, a fresh seafood soup. In addition to a restaurant, Jessy's Tienda y Taqueria houses a retail store filled with colorful goods from south of the border. Sombreros line the shelves and pinatas hang down from the ceiling like chandeliers that are trying to develop a more laidback, modern style.
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    3201 E Ocean View Ave
    Norfolk, VA US
  • Mp International Grocery and Restaurant
    Slurp on flavorful soups and stews at Mp International Grocery and Restaurant, a Caribbean-style eatery in Norfolk's Norfolk district. Mp International Grocery and Restaurant is a jackpot for those looking for low-fat and gluten-free meal options. With food this good, you'll be running into Mp International Grocery and Restaurant to pick it up yourself. Catering makes it easier to organize any event, and Mp International Grocery and Restaurant will ensure that it is delicious. Mp International Grocery and Restaurant's patrons can find places to park in the area. If you go out for a nice meal, it doesn't need to cost $100, come treat yourself at Mp International Grocery and Restaurant.
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    5957 East Virginia Beach Boulevard
    Norfolk, VA US
  • Manila Bread House
    Biscuits, cookies, and cakes are freshly baked at Manila Bread House. It's best to save your lighter eating habits for another day, though, as low-fat is not featured on the menu here. For those in a hurry, the bakery lets you take your meal or snack to go. There is parking close to the bakery. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Manila Bread House.
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    2372 E Little Creek Rd
    Norfolk, VA US
  • Chesapeake Wellness Center
    When he was 12 years old, Dr. Mark Gutekunst suffered from migraine headaches nearly every day. The debilitating condition followed him into his teen years, and specialists—pediatricians, neurologists, and headache experts—chalked it up to unexplainable causes such as aliens. Finally, when all hope seemed lost, Mark's mother took him to a chiropractor, who discovered the headaches stemmed from a longstanding neck injury. Treatments began immediately, and, rather than masking the symptoms with painkillers, the chiropractor met the problem head-on with chiropractic care and adjustments. Soon thereafter, Mark was headache-free. Chiropractic care had made such an impact on his life, and his family's life, that Mark decided to become a chiropractor himself. Currently, Dr. Gutekunst presides over his own practice, Chesapeake Wellness Center, where he and his staff strive to have a similar impact on other lives through such services as chiropractic care, corrective exercise instruction, and nutrition counseling.
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    1245 Cedar Rd.
    Chesapeake, VA US

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