Historic Gloucester and The Doug
Gloucester Museum of History
6539 Main Street
Gloucester, Virginia 23061
We spent four nights in Gloucester because we had lots to see. We dined at a couple of restaurants we can find around Arizona (Red Robin and Ruby Tuesday), but we also enjoyed a couple of local places located in historic Gloucester.
We found the Courthouse Restaurant (http://www.thecourthouserestaurant.com/) a fantastic place to have breakfast. As a matter of fact, we had breakfast there a couple of mornings. The place had a charming look and feel to it. I ordered the "Doug's Breakfast Bowl" both times. It had scrambled eggs, with hash browns smothered with sausage gravy. It was a slice of heavenly delight, and my taste buds were very happy. They offer homemade rolls with your meal.
On our last night in Gloucester, and after a very full day, we choose Olivia's in the Village for dinner. (http://oliviasinthevillage.com/) I ordered a bowl with crab, shrimp, spinach, mozzarella melted in a cheesy cream sauce with a side of coleslaw. It was very delicious. Both places had quick and friendly service.