Disappointed to find the restaurant was closed. The sign on the door said for sale or lease. It looks like it has been close for a while. October 24, 2013
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We had GREAT serivice and the food was GREAT. It had just the right amount of spice. We enjoyed everything there. We can't wait to go back.
Fresh, seasonal, novel creations in a bright and cheery atmosphere. Very comfortable and relaxing. Food so good, you can't wait to go back. Yum, yum, yum!
My husband and I went here because we'd heard good things about the food. We were not disappointed! We had the lemongrass scallops and the seafood crepe. Both were absolutely delicious, and paired with unexpected and innovative sides. Check out the online menu, and you'll...More
I absolutely loved Eat! The menu is super creative, and that applies to the drinks, appetizers, main courses, and desserts.The location and atmosphere/decor inside are all pluses, though the food is the real stand-out. They have a great selection of local beers on tap that...More
We arrived kind of late after going to the movies, but the staff made us feel welcome and we never felt rushed. Which was great because the first hurdle is deciding what to order -- everything on the menu sounds amazing and then there are...More
We've been eating at this establishment for a few years, ever since it first opened under the Pescados name. Its since had a slight menu change and renamed itself to EAT. We go for Sunday Brunch alot as the crowds are light given its hidden...More
Pastrami served in small 3 cm squares about 6 mm thick circled around a pickled sauerkraut was a delightful surprise. I had no idea such a dish would be so good. Hidden away on China Street in the Oregon Hill section of RVA ,Eat is...More
We ate here with friends and had a wonderful time. To start our Waitress was fantastic!!!! We had the hummus and fried cheese and sausage balls (can't remember the fancy name) and both were super. For dinner everyone ordered the vegan dish except my husband...More
What a lucky find. EAT was a last minute save for a big group dinner and they really came through for us. Don't be put off by the non-hoity toity look. The fun walls with mermaids and surfers and giant sign that reads EAT could...More