Thanks Zoey! That sounds like a lot to try.
One of Colonial Williamsburg's Taverns are worthy of a visit. Christiana Campbells, Shields, Kings Arms and Chownings Taverns are all located in the historic area. Shields, Kings Arms and Chownings serve lunch; all serve dinner. Reservations are usually necessary for dinner -- call 1-800 HISTORY (447-8679) to make reservations.
Enjoy your visit.
I love the Carrot Tree (in Williamsburg near Jamestown, and in Yorktown) for lunch and dessert, or the Old Chickahominy House in Williamsburg for a big breakfast or Brunswick Stew with VA Ham biscuits. Another great place a little off the beaten path is Charly's restaurant at the Williamsburg-Jamestown Airport. You can have a great sandwich and good conversation with the locals who work there, and watch little planes take off. (My son loves it!).
I have always preferred smaller, cozy restaurants, although I will "second" (groan!) the recommendation for Second Street.Edited: 23 May 2012, 19:58
Is there music in any restaurant or tavern?
I second CassondraKO's recommendations if you are looking for interesting places with good food a bit off the beaten track (except Second Street).
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