When we ate lunch in Chowning's Tavern, it wasn't at all crowded, and we ate upstairs. The setting, of course, looks and feels appropriately old, small, and dark. Great ambiance. My wife and I had peanut soup, which I remember tasting good from a previous visit to Colonial Williamsburg. It was still good. We split a salad and an apple cake dessert, which looked better than it actually was. Wanda got apple cider. The meal was decent, not terribly expensive, and the setting was great.
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