Enjoy the ambience of traditional English Afternoon Tea in wonderful surroundings at this 1880 Inn right in the heart of Urbanna. Delectable scones with strawberry jam and Devonshire cream, finger sandwiches and freshly baked cakes. Tea by reservation only.
18 Holes & 20 Flavors! Get in the swing of things at the newly renovated COWTOPIA themed 18-hole miniature golf course. Your family will delight in the whimsical cows around every corner. After the game visit the Ice Creamery for cones, sundaes and all your favorite Hershey’s old fashioned hand dipped ice cream. Hours: Spring and fall hours of 4 to 10pm Friday, and 10am to 10pm Saturday & Sunday, Summer hours of 10am to 10pm daily. Host your next birthday party or event with us! Open to the public.
Roasted Coffee and Loose Tea. A small town eclectic coffee shop. Serving fresh coffee, espresso, and assorted coffee drinks, including latte’s and iced coffee’s. Freshly baked muffins and baked goods made daily and in house, accompanied by a modest and original menu of artisan sandwiches and panini’s, crafted with fresh ingredients from local farms and locally roasted coffee beans from right here in Urbanna by Something Different.
804.758.1002 | 51 Cross Street, Taylor Building
An old-fashioned family drugstore— “Don’t miss the soda fountain”— (four generations of Marshall’s can be found behind the counter) with pharmacy, over-the-counter medications, makeup, beauty products, sunscreen, school and business supplies, cards, gifts, books, toys, candy, a soda fountain and loads of character.
804.758.5344 | 50 Cross Street | Map
Finally, Urbanna has a Mexican Restaurant. We offer your favorite Mexican dishes fast, hot and delicious. Come in for tacos, burritos, quesadillas or fresh made-to-order guacamole.
804.758.2011 | Virginia Street | Mi-Jalisco.com
Planning an oyster roast? A clambake? A crab feast? Want to glaze a really big rockfish with soy and ginger and roast it to perfection? Get off-the-boat-fresh fish, shellfish and crustaceans at this dockside seafood market down the road apiece from town. Now available in their own section at Urbanna Market.
804.758.5640 | 453 Johnson Drive
Specializing in Fine Neanderthal Cuisine! This quirky kitchen, smokehouse and roastery (handmade Texas style brisket, BBQ, fresh cut fries and sides like Momma made) turn southern standards into something different. Established nearly 15 years ago, Something Different is relaxed. Join us. Sit down, enjoy great, home cooking and friendly staff. Sure, you can get vanilla ice cream here (it’s homemade) but why not try the fresh white peach when it’s in season or the cappulattecino? Thirsty? How about a fresh, classic limeade or lemonade? Excellent wine selection and craft beer (10 taps…so bring your growlers to fill up). Eat-in or carryout for yourself or a crowd. Need more for later? Purchase any of the sliced, smoked or roasted meats, BBQ sides, soups, stews, ice cream and desserts in the attached retail store. Follow on Facebook.
Voted 1st place for the best soft crabs and one of the best restaurants for breakfast/brunch. We were also voted as one of the best places to have a cocktail, get fried oysters, eat ice cream and one of the best places for date night!!
– Best of the Rivah 2016
Full size-Full Service Supermarket with self-service hot food and salad bar. Located in Downtown Urbanna. Shores and Ruark Seafood products are now available. Open Monday thru Saturday 8am to 9pm, Sunday 9am to 7pm
804.758.2250 | 335 Virginia Street | Map
Come by Car, Boat or Trolley. New in May 2015 – Casual Dine-in, Raw Bar and Wine & Beer. Eat Crabs on the Deck…all overlooking Robinson Creek.
Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner in the Heart of Town. Great Local Oysters, soft shell crabs, homemade crab cakes, soups, salads, hush puppies, and much more. Check us out – you’ll be back! Winner of the Best Fried Oysters on the NN & 2nd Place for the Best Softshell Crabs.
Angelo’s Colonial Pizza
The parking lot is perpetually full and you will be, too, once you’ve had Angelo’s authentic Greek and Italian subs, salads, pastas and pizzas. Beer and wine.
Take home oysters in the shell by the bag or bushel, or fresh-shucked by the pint or quart from this original oyster-shucking house.
804.758.4086 | 4450 Old Virginia Street