Williamsburg

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Fat Canary
9
$$$
American
3 reviews
For a splurge, there's no better place in the historic triangle. — Lonely Planet
Blue Talon Bistro
8
$$
American
3 reviews
The Blue Talon Bistro is a wonderful place to relax after exploring historic Colonial Williamsburg. — Afar Magazine
Regency Room at The Williamsburg Inn
8
$$$
American
3 reviews
Despite the highfalutin’ garb, the totally unpretentious staff offers turndown service, and will even come and light the fireplace for you. — Condé Nast Traveler
Le Yaca French Restaurant
8
$$$
French
2 reviews
French fare from the hands of a classically trained chef in a romantic setting. — Gayot
Christiana Campbell's Tavern-Colonial Williamsburg
8
$$$
American
2 reviews
Did I mention that the staff's in colonial dress and musicians wander through? (Did I have to mention that?) There's a children's menu, too. Reservations are required. — Frommer's
Josiah Chowning's Tavern
8
$$
American
2 reviews
What sets Chowning's apart from the other colonial taverns in town are its "gambols": after-dinner festivities featuring punch, 17th-century-style ale, games, and live music. — Frommer's
Shields Tavern
8
$$
American
2 reviews
Today, the largest of the colonial taverns now serves more than just light fare, though soup, salads, wrap sandwiches, and pie are still popular. — Fodor's
Berret's Seafood Restaurant & Taphouse Grill
8
$$
American
2 reviews
Traditional Tidewater seafood takes center stage at this nautical-inspired Merchants Square restaurant. — Frommer's
King's Arms Tavern Dining-Colonial Williamsburg
7
$$
American
2 reviews
Of the four restaurants located within Colonial Williamsburg, this is the most elegant, serving early-American cuisine such as game pie – venison, rabbit and duck braised in port-wine sauce. — Lonely Planet
Aromas Specialty Coffees & Cafe
7
$$
Cafe
2 reviews
A small coffee shop on Merchant Square serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner inside or on its outdoor patio. — Travel + Leisure
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