Explore the newest businesses to launch in Virginia Beach

Explore the newest businesses to launch in Virginia Beach
Blink Fitness | Photo: Carlos G./Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on October 02, 2019.

Ready to hit up the freshest new spots in Virginia Beach? From gyms to a cafe, read on for the newest destinations to debut near you.

Blink Fitness 

Photo: carlos g./Yelp

Blink Fitness is a gym and personal training spot, that recently opened at 4239 Holland Road, Suite #768.

This gym has three levels of membership ranging in price from $15-$27 per month. You'll find more than 80 pieces of cardio training equipment and over 50 pieces of strength training equipment here. There are also 30 and 60-minute personal training sessions with certified instructors.

With three stars from three reviews on Yelp, the newcomer is getting a mixed response from patrons but it's still early days.

Yelper Rebecca S. wrote, "This is a very cool new gym! There's a wide selection of new machines and free weights. The gym is also offering some great deals on memberships."

Iron Asylum Warehouse Gym

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The Iron Asylum Warehouse Gym recently opened at 1832 Kempsville Road in Kempsville.

This gym has a sister location in nearby Castleton. Want to check out the facility and enjoy a workout? You can buy a day pass for $15. A regular membership will cost you $39 per month, but there is no sign-up fee. Personal training is also available and you can find out more about programs and prices here. 

With five stars from three reviews, the new arrival is receiving positive attention. 

Yelper Ted C. wrote, "This gym always plays music that gets you amped and makes you want to run through brick walls. Every time I lift here, I am always motived to push myself."

Redhead Bay Cafe

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New to 605 Princess Anne Road in Creeds is Redhead Bay Cafe, a cocktail bar and New American and breakfast and brunch spot.

The Redhead Bay Cafe is operated by twin brothers Aristotle and Nicholas Cleanthes. Per this spot's Facebook page, patrons are excited about the fried green tomatoes, soft shell crabs and more at this eatery. You'll also find biscuits and gravy among the main dishes.   

With 3.5 stars out of 11 reviews on Yelp, the fresh arrival is off to a decent start. 

Yelper Ted S. wrote, "The biscuits are large, light and fluffy. The service was fast and friendly. The coffee was continually topped off. Despite being crowded, the kitchen was very efficient."

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