How To Keep Your Family Safe When Vacationing In Virginia Beach This Year

With lockdowns mostly lifted and summer heat bearing down, many people are looking forward to a relaxing vacation in Virginia Beach.

The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention still advises that staying home is the safest choice – especially for those who are sick or were exposed to COVID-19 recently. And the virus continues to be a serious threat to the elderly and people with certain health conditions.

Still, most experts say that the virus is much less likely to spread outdoors, and it dies relatively fast in direct sunlight. So for those looking for a change of scenery without ignoring safety, we put together some tips to help keep you and your family healthy, whether you plan to stay in a condo, hotel, or beach house.

1. Know the Rules: Call ahead or read up on the regulations for the area you plan to visit. The current rules differ in from county to county and even from beach to beach. Many of Virginia’s public beaches still limit beach gatherings to 10 people and require social distancing, and some communities restrict beach access during certain hours.

2. Stay 6 feet apart

3. Ask the hotel or property rental company about its cleaning procedures. The CDC says that the virus spreads much more easily from person to person than it does from surfaces, but it doesn’t hurt to find out how well your temporary home will be cleaned and sanitized before you arrive. Wash the sheets when you arrive, if possible – even if they already look laundered – and bring some sanitizing spray or wipes to use on high-touch surfaces.

4. Have food and groceries delivered. Avoid the potential exposure, save yourself the shopping time, and avoid potentially crowded restaurants and bars altogether. Call ahead of time to our restaurant for to-go orders or see if delivery options are available!

5. Take the stairs. If you are staying in a high-rise condo or hotel, understand that it’s difficult to maintain a 6-foot distance in elevators. So consider taking the stairs instead; not only will it provide some exercise, it will save you time waiting on busy elevators. If you must take the elevators, mask up!

In addition to these steps, continue to follow the same safety practices you would at home, including wearing a mask when you can’t maintain social distance, washing your hands or using hand sanitizer often, covering your coughs and sneezes, avoid touching your face, and isolating anyone who shows possible COVID-19 symptoms, such as fever.

At the end of the day, it’s important to still make memories and enjoy time with our families this summer, We can still accomplish that, but just in a way that keeps the health and safety of ourselves and others top of mind.

Virginia Beach Craft Beer At Abbey Road Restaurant

See the world right here in Virginia Beach with Abbey Road Restaurant’s Beers from around the world. On top of great local bands, delicious food, and Beatles memorabilia, you can take a tour of the world without a passport. Why settle for one type of beer or even beer from a paltry number of countries. Why not explore the world of beer. Abbey Road Pub and Restaurant in Virginia Beach has beers from all around the world. What better way to enjoy that steak or burger than with unique craft beer you simply have to try.

The List of Virginia Beach Craft Beer Goodness

Here is the list by continent of incredible beer imports. If you want to know what will go good with your entree ask your waiter. You can also choose to be adventurous though some types of beer go better with certain foods.

Abbey Road’s 101 Beers From Around the WorldVirginia Beach Beer Bar

North America

United States

Beers from the Gold Ol U.S.A.

Allagash White Wheat 7.75
Back in Black I.P.A. 5.50
Bud, Bud Light, Lime 3.75
Coors Light 3.75
Dogfish Head 90 I.P.A. (9%) 8
Dundee Honey Brown Lager 4
Flying Dog Ragin’ Bitch 5.50
Killian’s Irish Red Lager 5
Michelob Ultra Lager 4 Miller Lite 3.75
Pabst Blue Ribbon, 16 oz. 3
Purple Haze Raspberry Wheat Ale 5.50
Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar 22 oz. 12
Rogue Mocha Porter 6.75
Sea Dog Wild Blueberry Wheat Ale 5.25
Shiner Bock 4.50
Stone I.P.A. 22 oz. 10.50
Stone Arrogant Bastard 22 oz., 7.2% 10.75
Terrapin Hopsecutioner I.P.A. 5.50
Victory Golden Monkey 6.50


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Wild Wolf Blonde Hunny 5
Wild Wolf Alpha Ale 5

Gluten Free

Abbey Road has a strong commitment to Gluten Free
Bard’s Gold Malt, Utica, NY 5
Dogfish Head Tweason’ale, DE 6.75
Green’s Amber Ale, 16.9 oz., Belg. 9
O Mission Pale Ale, Portland, OR 5.25


Corona & Corona Light 4.75 Tecate 4.25
Dos Equis Amber 4.75


Molson Canadian & Moosehead 5 Tsingtao 5

South America


Imperial Cerveza 5


Konig Ludwig 5 Xingu Black Beer 6



Chimay Premiere Red Cap Ale (7%) 9
Hoegaarden 5.50
Maredsous 10% Triple Abbey Ale 8.5


Murphy’s Irish Stout 14.9 oz. 7.50
OHara’s Irish Red 7.75
Smithwick’s Irish Ale 5.25


Pilsner Urquell 4.75 Carlsberg 5.25
Rebel Lager 5.75 Elephant Malt Liquor 5.5


Boddingtons Pub Ale 16 oz. 5.75
Monty Python’s Holy Grail Ale 5.75
Old Speckled Hen 14.9 oz. 8
Sam Smith Nut Brown Ale 7.75
Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout 7.75
St. Peter’s Cream Stout 16.9 oz. 9.75
Young’s Double Chocolate Stout 14.9 oz. 8


Kronenbourg 1664 Lager 5.75


Aventinus Double Bock 16.9 oz., 8.2% 9.50
Bittburger Pilsner 4.50
Franziskaner Hefe Weisse 16.9 oz. 7.25
Paulaner Hefeweissen 5.50
Spaten Dark 5.25 St. Pauli Girl 5


Amstel Light 4.75 Grolsch Lager 16 oz. 7.75
Heineken Lager 4.75


Murphy’s Irish Stout 14.9 oz. 7.50
OHara’s Irish Red 7.75
Smithwick’s Irish Ale 5.25


Moretti 5 Peroni 5


BelhavenAle16.9z 9.25 Skull Splitter 8.5% 8.75



Red Stripe Lager 4.50 Tusker Lager 7



Kirin Ichiban 4.75 Sapporo 5.50


Steinlager 5.50 San Miguel Lager 5.50


Singha Lager 5.50 Tiger Lager 5.25


Coopers Pale Ale 5.75

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If you try all 101 beers from around the world you get to be on the Abbey Road Wall of Fame!!!