Live music plays most nights in the first floor bar of this historic Shockoe Slip warehouse restaurant. The basement club is alive with music and danc... More
Tobacco Company Club (The)
Live music plays most nights in the first floor bar of this historic Shockoe Slip warehouse restaurant. The basement club is alive with music and dancers and the top two floors offer dining in a delightful atmosphere. Lovely antiques including an elaborate iron elevator, stained glass and 19th-century tobacco advertisements fill this entertainment complex. A marvelous Sunday brunch, one of the top dessert tables in town and delectable entrees can all be found at the Tobacco Company. The dinner menu includes prime rib with seconds on the house.
It is a highly over-rated bit of mediocraty. The food was passable, but nothing better than a Golden Corrall. We had to wait for over half an hour even though we had reservations, the servers seemed to think that they were doing us a favor, and it took us forever just to get a bill. Go across the street to the Berkley. The food there is fabulous and the wait staff is cordial and attentive.