Breakfast, Lunch, Special Events 
In the Historic Heart of Pungo Village

Local. Simple. Fresh. 


The Bee & The Biscuit is a charming original c.1919 cottage restaurant in the main intersection of Pungo, Virginia Beach. Located in farm country, we serve quality fresh produce grown by local farmers.  We serve a delicious variety of fresh made biscuits, egg plates,  sandwiches,  salads and seasonal specials. Breakfast and lunch are served all day.  Enjoy our custom blended coffee or a creative latte with whip cream on top.  Add a yummy Bloody Mary or a Mimosa Flight to round out your weekend brunch.  Our restaurant offers cozy fireside seating in the cool months, and a shady outdoor deck in the warmer months. 

For special occasions, our private room seats from 8-12 people and can be reserved by your group for up to 2 hours. We serve off our regular menu in that room. Let us host your next bridal or baby shower, company meeting or birthday party. The entire restaurant can also be reserved for special events after hours. Please contact us for information at [email protected]  

The Bee & The Biscuit is not able to take reservations for breakfast or lunch.  Our weekends are busy, but we have a lovely garden patio waiting area where we serve coffee, bloody marys and mimosas. We also have games to help pass the time while you wait. We recommend you join us during weekdays for uncrowded dining. 
                                                            Breakfast and Lunch Served All Day. 
                  Closed Mondays      

The BEST Coffee and Espresso Ever!

This beautiful Old World coffee maker will make you a believer in great coffee.  We make yummy and creative lattes and the most delicious black non-bitter coffee you have ever tasted. We import free-trade beans from the best high mountain coffee growers in the world. You can grab a morning shot of espresso and start your day with  sunshine!

The Bees & Why We Need Them

  • Did you know that bees perform 80% of plant pollination worldwide? 
  • Did you know that 1/3 of our food supply relies on bees for pollination?
  • Did you know the good news that "colony collapse disorder", once a major threat to bees,  has declined significantly in the past five years?
  • Did you know you can help bees flourish by planting nectar rich flowers such as lavender, marigold and daisy.

Local Honey and Good Health