Did you know that ViBe hosts some of the best coffee in town?
Check out our awesome breakfast and brunch locations in the ViBe!
Please check hours before you go:
Bad Ass Coffee – Virginia Beach Oceanfront, The Beach Bully, Craft Burger Bar, Commune, Esoteric, Java Surf Cafe & Espresso Bar, Marys Restaurant, The Stockpot and Three Ships Coffee.1701 – Tabletop Game Day
On Second Saturday in the ViBe, 1701 will host a tabletop game day from 9am until 5pm. Play your favorite games and learn to play some new ones. We’ll have a selection of games – some can be played with large teams and some for smaller groups. (Feel free to bring your own games, too.) Come with your friends and family, or come alone and make some new friends here. $5/person will include games, snacks, and coffee.17th Street Marketplace
This local consignment shop works with dozens of local artists.
Kid Scavenger Hunt in the Vibe hosted by Flo Pilates Studio
Welcome to the First kid Scavenger Hunt in the Vibe District !! We are celebrating the hanging of our toddler mural on the Vibe mural fence and wanted to include some exploring of our beautiful area with it !! Marie Adele will lead the Hunt! This is a parent with kid . We will start @10am at Flo Pilates Studio and will end at the Mural hanging . Then back to Flo Pilates for hot cocoa and light snacks.
ViBe Creative District Self-guided Mural Tour
Self-guided tour using the new Google Map app
Virginia MOCA 2-for-1 Admission for 2nd Sat!
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS — LAST WEEKEND TO SEE:
Wayne White Monitorium
Small Works, Tall Tales
Toobz Muir: Misshapen Demise
The Runnymede Corporation Galleries
Towne Pavilion I: Horizons Student Showcase
FREE | 9am-5pm
Browse through six floors of inspiring student art created by local K-8th grade low-income public school students who participate in the Horizons Hampton Roads summer program.
Towne Pavilion II: Virginia MOCA Satellite Gallery: Jason Stick: Night Shift
FREE | 9am-5pm
Night time has the power to change our perspective. What might seem ordinary under the harsh glare of daylight, can become eerie and unknown under a night sky. Photographer Jason Stick recognizes the allure held by the cover of night. In the evening, he prowls his own neighborhood, discovering the magical in the mundane. A pile of rocks, a clump of flowers, or a forgotten decoy reveal a luminous beauty under the light shone by Stick’s steady hand. Jason Stick is a VIrginia Beach Artist.
MORE DETAILS TO COME!