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Monday, July 30, 2012

Monday Mural




This weekend we took off on a spur-of-the-moment beach trip. This mural was taken inside of Harpoon Larry's Oyster Bar in Hampton, Va. Totally recommend this awesome little place. Nick and I split the "Killer Combo" which had plenty o' GREAT food: 4 oysters, 4 clams, 4 crawfish, 6 mussels, 1/4 lb shrimp and 1/2 lb snow crab legs...yum! We ate at a couple of other seafood restaurants but this one was the best in our opinion in both ambiance and meal! Fun, FUN place. We also had an oyster shooter which was surprisingly yummo and I absolutely LOVED the way they served my bottle of beer in a brown paper bag, very cool!


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14 comments:

  1. Oh, I like that mural! That's right up my alley! LOL!

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  2. Cool mural! I love seafood and that meal sounds wonderful.

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  3. Small world, my husband was in Virginia Beach this past weekend and he had to fill up on gas in Hampton. He said it is a real neat place and remembers going there when he was in high school. His school played the Hampton Crabbers and also the Warwick Farmers and the Suffolk Peanuts. He hasn't thought about that in years until I mentioned the restaurant you recommended in this post. Next time we head down that way we are going to pay it a visit. It sounds like our kind of place, a big thank you from us.

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    1. oh isn't that funny! i do hope you try it and like it as much as we did!

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  4. that definitely sounds like a meal to be shared!

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  5. Great mural! That sure sounds like a lot of food.

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  6. You certainly have me wishing I was closer. Sounds like an amazing meal, and beer in a brown paper bag - what fun. Great, great mural too.

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  7. Nothing like a mural to set the scene in a restaurant. Sounds and looks like my kind of joint. Name noted and filed for our next trip to Virginia. Thanks for participating in this week's Monday Mural.

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  8. It all sounds delish except the oysters... even tho WA is a big oyster producer, I can't stand them.

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