The Virginia Beach, Va., area has long been known as the place where everything is done right, with restaurants serving the perfect seafood dish and a friendly atmosphere.
But the food and drinks can sometimes be a little overpriced, with some of the more expensive options costing $100 or more.
The average bill for a three-course dinner at a restaurant on Virginias beach is $130, according to a report by restaurant website Yelp.
And that includes two drinks, two appetizers, and three entrees, according the report.
That is not the case at many other restaurants.
For instance, a $100 bill at the bar at The Red Lion on the Newport News waterfront has a price tag of $85.
And a $70 bill at The Blue Dog on the West End in Newport News costs $70, while a $40 bill at a pizza joint in the city’s Central Business District cost $60.
Many restaurants have a list of menu items and prices on their websites.
But the Yelp report says many of these are not listed on their menus or menus themselves.
Many of the menus listed on Yelp also do not show a price.
In the report, restaurant staff were also asked about their favorite items, which can include wine, beer and spirits.
But most of the tips that restaurant staff gave were based on their favorite foods and beverages, not on prices, according Yelp.
In addition, the average bill at restaurants on the beach has dropped by 20 percent since 2011, according a report from the Virginia Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau.
In 2015, a two-course meal at the Red Lion cost $115.
But that same meal at a bar at the same location cost $120 in 2017.