Most Popular Seafood food in West Point, Virginia, United States

September 2, 2019 Malia Yoakum

Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in West Point, Virginia, United States. West Point (formerly Delaware) is an incorporated town in King William County, Virginia, United States. The population was 3,306 at the 2010 census.
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1. Tony & George's Seafood & Italian Restaurant

2880 King William Ave, West Point, VA 23181-9544 Seafood, American Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Reservations, Serves Alcohol, Table Service [email protected] +1 804-843-4448
Overall Ratings

4 based on 37 reviews

Tony & George's Seafood & Italian Restaurant

Reviewed By Cuz39

We were on a day trip and stopped for lunch at Tony & George’s. The ambiance is that of a ‘seafarer’s’ place, with many historical pictures adorning the walls and a cozy, family-friendly atmosphere. The broad menu advertises home cooking. We dined on a crab cake sandwich (good), macaroni and cheese (scrumptious), coleslaw (delicious), grilled tuna sandwich (tasty), and beverages. The waitress/hostess friendly - generous portions for the cost – service good. Definitely worth a return trip.

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2. The Blue Crab of WP

620 Main St, West Point, VA 23181-9603 Seafood Dinner, Lunch Seating, Table Service, Reservations +1 804-843-7070
Overall Ratings

4 based on 14 reviews

The Blue Crab of WP


Had the pleasure of visiting the Blue Crab for lunch with friends during the West Point community yard sale. We were seated right away in this cute nautical themed clean dining room. Our server was wonderful and our flounder fish baskets were excellent. Will definitely return.

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3. Diggs Seafood

6570 Lewis B Puller Memorial Hwy, Mattaponi, VA 23110-2000 Seafood +1 804-785-2400

Reviewed By Mark B

This is a very austere establishment with, really, only two ready to eat items. They have quite a reputation on a number of other sites for various advantages and disadvantages. We'll leave those behind and simply say, stick with the crab muffins. They were creamy, crunchy, and we didn't find any crab shell in them. We brought them home, reheated them in the toaster oven, and they were tasty. Effective September 2014, they no longer accept credit/debit cards, and no personal checks, so this is a cash only place. Service was prompt and the clerk was very friendly and took care of us quite efficiently. The do have bottled water and soft drinks, but other than a bench out front, there is no where to sit. If we're ever through there again, we'll be sure to stop...but can't say we'd make a special trip.

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