The day has finally arrived! Taco lovers unite in excitement for the grand opening of STUFT Restaurant in Phoebus. STUFT will open its doors Tuesday, April 3rd at 11am.
The newly remodeled, now bright yellow building is located at 24 N. Mallory Street in Hampton. Come out and show support at the ribbon-cutting ceremony with Mayor Donnie Tuck at 11am. The weather will be perfect for live music on the patio! Catch Tony Bob performing throughout the day inside and out.
Enjoy an amazing selection of food, hot sauces, live music and a great crowd. The Lovecats will perform inside from 6pm-8pm. The Brandon Bower Band will keep the party going with live music from 9pm-12am. You don’t want to miss this.
For more info, click here.
Kick off the Holiday season in Hampton this Friday! Bundle up and get ready to enjoy stunning holiday lights, music and food with the family.
It’s a winter wonderland in Phoebus! Join in for the 6th Annual Phoebus Holiday Illumination Friday, December 1, 2017, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. with a special holiday tree lighting at 8 p.m.
Phoebus will be filled with a variety of holiday themed crafts, food and music. Santa and Lucky the Dinosaur will be in attendance and the weather forecast is calling for SNOW on Mellen Street!
For more info on this and other festive events in Hampton, click here.
More fantastic news for the town of Phoebus! The owners and creative masterminds behind the perfect taco plan to open a restaurant this coming Fall. With the building located beside Victorian Station in Phoebus at 24 N. Mallory Street, this will be their first restaurant venture. The partners plan to completely renovate the 5,000 square-foot building adding multiple windows, an indoor raised stage, a retail space and an inside/outside patio featuring roll-up windows.
Due to the continuous success of Stuft, Not Your Average Street Food, the Haas’ brothers decided the time was right to expand. Casey, 33 and Alex, 29 will team up with close friend Moriah DeVito, the general manager at The Point at Phoebus to ensure a successful, long-term endeavor.
Although we have seen a recent increase in popularity of the food truck trend, Stuft has been around (and a locals’ favorite) since 2011, offering from-scratch Mexican inspired food and great customer service. Not only is the experience about the perfect taco, it’s about the big, bright smiles you can always guarantee from Casey and Alex.
Customers will still be able to get the always popular tacos, burritos, quesadillas and rice bowls. Guests can also look forward to new items on the menu such as pork rind encrusted chicken thighs on a waffled glazed donut, crazy egg rolls and deep fried bacon-wrapped hot dogs.
The restaurant will have a full bar with 12 taps, liquor and wine. If you’re a fan of the taco truck, don’t fret. Stuft, Not Your Average Street Food will still be out and about serving up their delicious signature items.
For up to date news and progress reports, make sure to check out Stuft Food Truck’s Facebook Page.
More big news for the city of Hampton! The town of Phoebus is excited to welcome Hampton Roads’ first hard cidery. Two brothers with deep roots in the community plan to invest more than half a million dollars to open the cidery.
Tim and Doug Smith will launch Sly Clyde Ciderworks on 1.3 acres of family-owned property with plans to turn the two-story historic house next to the closed Smith Floragift building into a tasting room. There will also be a small apple orchard on the property.
The new establishment will create seven new jobs and purchase all of its apples from Virginia farmers. Sly Clyde Ciderworks plans to distribute their cider to restaurants throughout the region. The brothers are optimistic for a November opening.
For more info, visit Sly Clyde Facebook Page.
On Saturday, April 22rd, the Spring Fling and Craft Beer Festival returns to the quaint little town of Phoebus in Hampton. The ‘Phoebus Spring Fling’ will offer an array of crafts, jewelry, art vendors and numerous community booths. Other highlights include live music, food vendors, doggie costume contest and a children’s activity area.
The Craft Beer Festival takes place on Mellen Street and will feature eight craft beer vendors offering selections to festival guests. Participating breweries include AleWerks Brewing Company, Bold Rock Hard Cider, Devils Backbone Brewing Company, Goose Island Beer Company, Legend Brewing Company, O’Connor Brewing Company, Smartmouth Brewing Company and St. George Brewing Company. Cost for the beer festival is $25 per person.
For more info, visit the Facebook Event Page.
Event has been cancelled.
Here is something fun for the entire family on Saturday, October 8th! Come out to the quaint town of Phoebus for their annual Fall Festival. The entire area will transform into a vibrant, outdoor street festival with vendors selling handmade arts and crafts, community exhibits, live music and craft beer.
There will be fun children’s activities, a pet parade and a pie-eating contest! Food will be provided by local food trucks. The event will take place at and around 21 E. Mellen Street in Downtown Hampton from 10-5pm. Come celebrate Fall with the friendly folks in Phoebus!
For more info, visit phoebusvaevents.com/fall-festival
French. Creole. NeoSoul. That’s the vibe you’ll find in Downtown Hampton’s own Mango Mangeaux. Located at 33 E. Mellen Street, you will find a unique mix of flavors in both the food and beverage options, a trendy atmosphere and really cool people. They serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert and also have certain special events.
Back by popular demand is the ‘Reverse Happy Hour & Rooftop Game Night’ held every other Friday. This particular event features old school board games, a laid back atmosphere and good music.
‘Like’ their page on Facebook for daily updates and future events.
For detailed info about their restaurant and other business ventures, visit http://mangomangeaux.com/