In 1939, Robert Steinhilber opened what has become one of the oldest family owned and operated restaurants in Virginia, Steinhilber’s Thalia Acres Inn. Continuing his commitment to service, quality and tradition are his daughter Jeanne and his grandson Brady. Together, they are proud to continue into the future with respect and admiration for the tradition and of the past. Join us for dinner and remember a time when every meal out was a special event.
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Josh delivered an absolutely fantastic dining experience for my first visit to this impressive place. It is a beautiful setting and they have exquisite food. If you haven't been yet, you should absolutely add this to your list. Be sure to try the fried shrimp!
One of the best kept secrets in Virginia Beach. I have lived here over 20 years and just now finding this place. The food is top notch and flagrant. The taste was spot on and the portions were generous. Very lovely place especially for date nights. I went for my girlfriend's birthday and was simply amazed. The food came out quick and in order as far as appropriate timing of courses. And we also received an appetizer complimentary of the chef that was also spot on. We both ended up with Prime Rib cooked medium and we were certainly blown away at the quality and taste of it. We will be returning for special occasions or just for the great food and awesome service.
Definitely a higher end restaurant. You don't go to steinhilbers for just the food but for the overall experience. There is a deck with individual fire tables, the restaurant is on the water so it has a good view. Servers are professional. They are known for their shrimp but their steaks are equally perfect. Never have I left this restaurant feeling as if I didn't have a stellar experience.
Aside from the age of the building leading to some an older musky smell... This place was top notch in terms of decor, ambiance, service, and food. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for some great steak or seafood.
My husband and I came into town to celebrate out 27 year anniversary. We were staying at the Hyatt and the manager recommended this this restaurant. It was about 15 minutes away from 27th Street. It sits back in a old neighborhood, it reminds me of a very large home that sits next to a river. The atmosphere is breath taking. The wait staff was fantastic. The wine was clean and crisp. We chose to sit outside and tables we're covered in white linen tablecloth with the decor was extremely romantic. The appetizer, soup, and dinner was extremely delicious. Their prime rib is enormous for 10 ounce cooked perfectly. They're risotto was spot-on. There she crab soup was phenomenal. My husband had a beet salad with a roasted mushroom soup and beef tenderloins that melted in his mouth. We look forward to coming back when we were in town. Worth every penny. Highly recommend.