Friday, December 9, 2022

Nekeya’s Seafood Café Now Open In York County

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YORK-A new seafood establishment recently opened along Merrimac Trail in the Greater Williamsburg area.

Nekeya’s Seafood Café is located at 455 Merrimac Trail. Nekeya Boyd, founder and owner of the new restaurant, describes the cafe as a place “where Seafood meets Soul Food.”

Nekeya’s Seafood Café specializes in soul food, seafood, and desserts. The menu includes options for building your own seafood boil or pasta bowl. Other items include seafood pizza, crabcake burgers, seafood egg rolls, quesadillas, salads, and rice bowls as well as a variety of desserts.

The new restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner. Hours are Wednesday and Thursday  11am-3pm for lunch and 5pm to 9pm for dinner; and Friday through Sunday 11am-10pm. For more information, click here.

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