Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Outdoor Dining Returns To Queens Way In Hampton

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HAMPTON—Part of Queens Way in Downtown Hampton has been blocked off to street traffic once again in order to allow pedestrians to take advantage of warmer weather and enjoy a fabulous outdoor dining experience. Tables with umbrellas and chairs have been set up on the closed section of road and are sectioned off for each of the participating restaurants.

According to Steve Mallon, Executive Director of the Downtown Hampton Development Partnership, the table count was determined via an architect’s evaluation, to maximize dining space while continuing to practice COVID-19 safety protocols.

Participating restaurants include Marker 20, Pour Girls, Brown Chicken Brown Cow, Venture Kitchen & Bar, and Goody’s Deli and Pub.

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