Although Williamsburg is known for its history, it’s also the perfect backdrop to make some of your own. With a mixture of restaurants, bars, lounges, and cafés located in and around the Historic Area, you’ll find the perfect place for a historically-inspired family meal or an intimate evening of creative cuisine. Our chefs use only the freshest ingredients, including meats and seafood raised right here in Virginia.
Order from our all day fare menu and catch up on the town gossip with a bottle of root beer, glass of wine, or mug of ale—including our four historic beers brewed in our partnership with Alewerks.
Noted as George Washington’s favorite for seafood, Christiana Campbell’s Tavern is as alive today with conversation and political discussion as it was in the times of the founders.
Enter the rustic reproduction tavern and be greeted by a server dressed in the fashion of the 18th century. Choose from a chophouse menu, featuring prime rib, pork chops, and roasted lamb.
Dubois Grocer, nestled in the heart of the Revolutionary City, is the perfect place to stop and satisfy your mid-afternoon sweet tooth.
Whether you’re looking to warm up or cool down, you’ll find a wide variety of beverage and snack options to help fuel your adventures and keep hunger at bay.
The Museum Café features a delectable array of sandwiches, chili, salads, and soups (vegetarian options also available) as well as teas, coffee, tavern beers, and wine.
Stop in to the Raleigh Tavern Bakery for an 18th-century-inspired sweet treat or a light lunch to go.
Make tasty use of your time at the Gold Course Clubhouse Grill. Sit inside or out and enjoy the view overlooking the green.
Huzzah's Eatery is a casual, family-friendly restaurant. Featuring a menu of classic American fare, scrumptious desserts, and local beer and wine, you just might find yourself shouting “Hip, Hip, Huzzah!”
The Terrace Room at the Williamsburg Inn offers a more casual dining experience that features traditional American fare with a modern expression.