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Crab Louies Seafood Tavern is in the old plantation house of my ancestor John Wooldridge from the early 1700's. The seafood is beyond wonderful as are the steaks. The ale is delicious and the desserts satisfy you. For extra ambiance, there is a young ghost...More
Our dinner party of 8 to 10 guests were disappointed by the quality and portion size at Crab Louie's - definitely not what we expected. We were there to celebrate the b'day of a distinguished member of the Richmond business community. Our waitress and the...More
the grilled salmon was outstanding - just perfect. The tilapia was too small a portion, dry and over-cooked. The sauteed vegetables were mushy, tasteless and useless.
the relishes are excellent accompaniments to the 4 varieties of breads offered.
The place is too dark, why?
The atmosphere is charming and historic. The house has so much history. Service is friendly and the tables/floors are clean.
I have to say the appetizer breads are the best. It reminds me of years ago when fine dining served a whole bread with honey...More
Dinner with friends who know the choices in the area and recommended it highly. They were right. The appetizer breads were delicious, she-crab soup was perfect, the crab cake was superb as were the accompanying vegetables. Service was friendly, quick and attentive without being obtrusive....More
This is a charming restaurant located in a historic inn in Midlothian, VA. They have a large gluten free menu. I had the Norfolk skillet which consisted of crab meat, shrimp and scallops sauteed in a butter, sherry, and lemon sauce. I thoroughly enjoyed it....More
It took a while to be seated but everyone was very nice. The atmosphere is nice and homely. The food was well prepared and the waitress was attentive to our needs. It’s in a historic house in a cute shopping area so it can be...More