Details for Tim's II Restaurant

Tim's II Restaurant

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Average rating 3.6 stars from 12 reviews

Address 5411 Pavilion Drive
King George, VA 22485


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Facility type

Marina - NO
Club - NO
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - YES
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Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

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Dock typesWood - YES
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - YES
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info: Low tide shallow draft at 1-2 feet.

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AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

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Liveaboard info

No - Not available.


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Reviews for Tim's II Restaurant
OK for what it is, 2015-11-08
Captain: , United States (3192)

We ate here after dropping the hook nearby. In the off season (October) we had no trouble getting the pontoon boat to come get us. The food was what you expect for a beach bar in a rural town. Great way to just get off the boat for a while on your way up or down river. We stopped in the C-Store next door for milk before having the pontoon bring us back to our boat.

Nothing to write home about, 2014-07-01
Captain: , Neabsco Creek, VA (251)

Tim's II is very similar to Tim's in Woodbridge without the docking facilities. There are many boats parked here on weekends, but no way to walk into the restaurant. They run a pontoon like the other Tim's that picks you up from your boat, but expect a wait while it ferries people in and out, and expect to need to anchor your boat among many other boats anchored here. There's an inviting-looking beach right next to Tim's, but it's off limits (private). Expect to pay high prices for mediocre food and warm drinks while you're here.

Good Local Hangout, But be Wary of Anchoring, 2014-05-14
Captain: , Occoquan, VA (400)

Good seafood restaurant, but better live entertainment. Agree wholeheartedly with other comments, especially concern for anchoring. While a sand bottom which can facilitate walking from boat-to-boat, thunderstorms often put this area at risk due to its location and the way it sits, and it does seem to "be a thunderstorm magnet." Aquapalooza events at Tims have been wonderful, but sometimes dangerous given many boats and lack of anchor holding. Nevertheless, a good experience if only for the day.

Get the crabs here, 2013-10-13
Captain: , Quantico, VA (261)

Tim's has great food and they will send out their water taxi to pick you up from your anchorage. Try the crabs, they are wonderful. Don't forget to tip you "free" water taxi.

Good Crab Cakes, 2013-09-17
Captain: , Stafford, VA (305)

The service can be slow, but you go here for the atmosphere, not for fast food. Anchor far out. You might leave plenty of swing room when anchoring close in, but you can be assured some yahoo will pull in after you have left your boat and anchor too close.
Not well protected. Sudden squalls have done a lot of damage to boats here.

Dinner for two, 2013-07-12
Captain: , Long Beach, CA (20)

Great decor--very kitchy. Fish bites good, service excellent! Tracy, our server, very friendly and quick, but the only one working the crowded bar area. A little pricy for what you get and my mussels weren't hot when they got to the table.

Fun Place!, 2013-03-31
Captain: , Mount Vernon VA (67)

All previous reviews are about accurate. Do be careful of weather, as I have seen 6 beached boats from 20' to 35' after a bad storm blew through. Party atomospere!

Seafood, Bar Food and Bar, 2012-11-07
Captain: , Woodbridge (278)

Agree with the gradual slope to shore, relatively sandy bottom and quite the circus atmosphere on the weekends. Beware of the afternoon thunderstorms if one rolls in, the area seems to be a magnet for them and is not very well protected. During a weekend in the season you will find quite the collection of local day boaters. Staff is almost always friendly as are the locals. Food quality runs from average to quite good, steamed spiced shrimp being my favorite.

Local Hangout, 2012-06-11
Captain: , Woodbridge VA (80)

Good anchorage, gradual slope to shore, relatively sandy bottom and quite the circus atmosphere on the weekends. Great place to anchor out for the day and catch a quick swim. Word of caution as some jet skiers will throttle up before leaving anchorage area and weave in and out of the anchored boats coming dangerously close to swimmers. Food at Tim%u2019s pretty good but may have to wait awhile for the pontoon taxi.

Come and get me, 2012-02-08
Captain: , SeaScape Marina (310)

They have party barges that will pick you up off your boat. Food not bad.

Another, on the water restaurant, 2011-09-04
Captain: , Melbourne Florida (4616)

You can anchor out and they will come get you as it is shallow. We took our dink with no problems. Food is ok, they do have all you can eat blue crab for $19.00 It was fun and we had a good time. Lots of locals during the week and lots of out of town boaters during the weekend.

Tim's Rivershore, 2011-03-30
Captain: , Bath, NC (35)

Tim' 2 Fairview Beach is a unique daytime hangout. Swimming, wading, fishing, hanging out, etc ...... Water depth is consistent anywhere from 10+ feet to 1+ ft with shallow consistent progression to shore. We typically anchored out 300 yards from shore in 3 ft of water. The dock is at 2 ft at low tide and not recommended Shuttle is available. Vigilance is a requirement. Many inexperienced/ novice boaters in the vicinity, if your a experienced boater anchor out a bit further to avoid the crowding of smaller(10-24ft) vessels Tim's has live band entertainment weekends and numerous yearly events. Food offering is unremarkable but enjoyable. Staff is friendly albeit busy. Cannot purchase alcoholic beverages to take to boat, need a dinghy to get your libations from the local store to your vessel.

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