Comfort Zone opens shop in Hampton
Since the closing of the short-lived Memories Southern Cuisine restaurant on King Street, Charlene Hope -- who was a popular manager at Memories -- longed to have her own place.
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#1 Apr 4, 2010
Wishing Ms Hope the best. Good luck and prosperity in your new establishment.
Fort Huachuca, AZ
#2 Oct 1, 2010
The Comfort Zone Restaurant and Lounge is Hamptons entertainment for the Grown and Sexy! Finally we have a club in Hampton that can be compared to Virginia Beachs Upscale and Norfolks The Broadway. No longer do you have to travel through the tunnel to get Good Mature Entertainment. First let me say if you're looking for great service, creative and delicious food, you're sure to find it in The Comfort Zone. Prices are very reasonable and the food is great. After your good meal be ready to dance it off, The Comfort Zone has entertainment several nights a week and is open until 2am on most nights, but Thursday, Fridays and Saturday are the best nights to come out if you are looking for a place to dance. Thursday nights is live entertainment from 7pm until 10 or 11pm, featured are some of the best local jazz musicians and groups on the Peninsula followed by a DJay. On Friday and Saturday the DJay spin mixes from the new school to the old school and then spice it up with some reggae music. My only compliant is because they are so popular now, if gets filled to capacity before 11pm, so get out early. Hopefully this is a sign to EXPAND because the clientel is here and ready to Party! Again I say, Finally Hampton can Party like Norfolk, Virginia Beach and NewYork (my hometown) cause we got it Goin On at the Comfort Zone. Erma Star#1 Fan
#3 May 4, 2011
Me and my hubby went to the Comfort ZOne for the first time. It was a wonderful mix of mature adults. The food was delicious and pretty reasonable. They have drink specials before 8. We were told to come early so we did. By 10 it was packed. We didn't thnk anyone would be dancing, but as soon as the D.Jay started playing the floor was packed. We had a ball watching all the different people and will return soon!
#4 Jun 8, 2011
I visited the Comfort Zone at night with my husband and also for lunch. The food is good, although the wings I had for lunch were not drained of grease. Get there early as it becomes crowded at night. I'm really hoping they will buy the empty spot next door because they ned more space already. My only complaints are they have one bathroom and the manager does not return business calls.
#5 Jul 19, 2012
Good job,charlene..you are a true success for the grown and sexy night life ...a good friend and business women you are.be blessed
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