1849 East Little Creek Road
Norfolk, VA 23518
Norfolk City County
Phone: (757) 480-3600
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Fifth National Banque Country Western Night Club - About Us
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THE BANQUE Country Western Restaurant & Night Club Norfolk, Virginia offers fun-filled, hot country nights with 3 bars, 12 pool tables, an 1,100 square foot dance floor, free dance lessons, a full-service restaurant, gift and country western novelty store and the best in live country entertainment Tuesday through Saturday nights year-round. Celebrate Birthdays, Marriages, Divorces, Anniversaries, Retirements, Employment!
by Kimberly W. on
Friday night: Cal vs. Louisville game (on several giant screens). Decently crowded, but not too crowded. We got two orders of calamari, nachos, and the wings combo. I loved the wings, especially the buffalo style. The calamari is great too. The nachos are okay... the beans are sort of oddly placed in the nachos. Each appetizer is about $10 .. but the wing combo is almost $20. Drinks aren't terribly cheap..standard bar with a selection of fruity drinks. The waitress brought the wrong drink for my friend, but let him have it free and brought him his real drink. Good service :) So five appetizers, three beers, and three cocktails came out to $135. (We only paid $35 though because I had a $100 certificate from bay area half off.)
by Jacqui Larez on
It's a new restaurant in Domain next to Border's bookstore. After shopping in Domain, we decided to have a dinner there. There were a lot of people chatting outside, so I expected to have a long waiting list. Yes, 45 minutes. I asked the hostess how far we can go with the pager. She said she doesn't know. So we went to Macy's for half an hour, and the pager called. It's a pretty big restaurant in Domain. The bar area has several Plasma TVs. The dinning area is separated by regular size tables and party size tables. We sat at booth area and it had many pillows laying on the back. The colorful lights kept on changing all time. In the meantime waiting for my food, I used one pillow and took a nap. The waiting time is so long, I'm wondering if they only have a couple of chefs to serve 50 people. The menu looks complicated, but actually not. It has Tex-Mex, Mexican, Salvadorian, Tex-Salvadorian, Mex-Salvadorian, etc. Anyway they all look same to me. I ordered steak Fajitas and Salvadorian Pupusa with pork. The Fajitas tastes always good. The pupusa has a strong pig smell. After one bite, I almost threw up. The dessert tastes good. I ordered tres leches. It's very moist milk cake.