• Tides Inn Expands Culinary Portfolio with New Oyster Bar, Fish Hawk

     
    POSTED June 18, 2019
     
  • Tides Inn Expands Culinary Portfolio with New Oyster Bar, Fish Hawk

     
    POSTED June 18, 2019
     
  • Tides Inn Expands Culinary Portfolio with New Oyster Bar, Fish Hawk

     
    POSTED June 18, 2019
     
  • Tides Inn Expands Culinary Portfolio with New Oyster Bar, Fish Hawk

     
    POSTED June 18, 2019
     
  • Tides Inn Expands Culinary Portfolio with New Oyster Bar, Fish Hawk

     
    POSTED June 18, 2019
     

Virginia's Tides Inn welcomes an oyster bar to its already-impressive culinary portfolio. Fish Hawk, named after a lcoal nickname given to the beloved Osprey bird, is a waterfront restaurant perfect for fun, casual dining.

"Fish Hawk adds a new dimension to Irvington's dynamic and evolving culinary landscape," says Stuart Barwise, hotel general manager. "From its inception, the Tides Inn has always been a hub for community and guest gatherings, and Fish Hawk offers a new opportunity to bring people together to enjoy some of Virginia's finest fare."

Fish Hawk joins Tides Inn's other restaurant, Chesapeake Restaurant, and offers tide-to-table menu options, a Wine Spectator accredited wine list, al fresco seating and live music on the restaurant's adjacent Chesapeake Terrace. Both restaurants honor the abundance of fresh local seafood and produce and provide guests with an authentic taste of Virginia in an approachable setting.

The poolside location of Fish Hawk makes it an ideal gathering place for summer dining, and the oyster bar, with its rotation of locally sourced oysters and unique selection of sauces, has quickly become a guest favorite. The Chesapeake Bay Boil is also a favorite, offering an assortment of regional specialties perfect for sharing.

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