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DINING

LOCAL BITES AND FAMILIAR FAVORITES

From the landmark Half Way House built in 1760 to more traditional local eateries, Chesterfield County has a wonderful sampling of restaurants with a special flair for service. Dine as the sun sets overt Creek Reservoir at the Boathouse At Sunday Park or choose an impeccable cut of USDA Prime beef at Ruth's Chris Steak House.

You will find many of your favorite chain restaurants as well as locally-owned family venues serving a wide assortment of southern barbecue, Caribean inspired seafood, or a taste of old Sicily - just to name a few!

For a memorable light luncheon and wine tasting, stop by Ashton Creek Vineyard to enjoy Virginia wine and cider. Cap off the evening with a visit to Uptown Alley for gourmet pizzas and pastas and a couple of games of bowling! Those into the craft beer scene will want to visit Extra Billy's Brewery and Steam Bell Beer Works

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