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Restaurants near DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum

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4.6
Exceptional(4713)
Price: Expensive
• Seafood • Williamsburg
Booked 33 times today
RESERVATIONS ARE FOR INSIDE DINING ONLY, outside dining is first-come, first serve.Berret's Seafood Restaurant specializes in fresh regional seafood-shrimp, blue crab, scallops, oysters, and tuna. Also offering steaks, chicken, and vegetarian selections. Full beverage service, micro brews, and wines. Voted by Tidewater locals as the best seafood restaurant over 40 years. RESERVATIONS ARE FOR INSIDE DINING ONLY, outside dining is first-come, first serve.
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4.9
Exceptional(4811)
Price: Very Expensive
• Contemporary American • Williamsburg
Booked 19 times today
This high-energy bistro took over as Williamsburg's best restaurant as soon as it opened in 2003. The sophisticated but relaxed dining room has an open kitchen, which uses fresh, local ingredients for its creative American fare. Reservations for the dining room and the bar are recommended and may be made up to 2 months in advance. Open daily for dinner, a hostess is available during the day to take reservations by phone.
A photo of Sweet Tea and Barley restaurant
4.3
Awesome(118)
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary Southern • Colonial Williamsburg
Booked 4 times today
Southern hospitality shines through with the familiar, yet innovative, cuisine and casual atmosphere of Sweet Tea & Barley in the Williamsburg Lodge. From fresh salads, to perfect pub bites, to satisfying sandwiches, it’s the place to gather for a good time. Drinks are crafted by hand, and local ingredients highlight the true spirit of the area. Drop in and sit a spell at the bar and lounge area, or take it outside to the patio for a cocktail where laughter and lively conversation fill the air.
A photo of Traditions at the Williamsburg Lodge restaurant
3.9
Excellent(457)
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary Southern • Colonial Williamsburg
Booked 2 times today
Carry on traditions—or start some new ones—in a comfortable and classic environment at Traditions in the Williamsburg Lodge. Chef Justin Haynes and Restaurant Manager Stephanie Wise give Mid-Atlantic cuisine a modern twist during daily breakfast and lunch service.
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4.7
Exceptional(5625)
Price: Expensive
• American • Colonial Williamsburg
Booked 51 times today
For parties larger than 6, please call for reservations (855)-240-3278 .Originally opened by Jane Vobe in 1772, this authentic reproduction public house serves up a transporting experience for the senses in Colonial Williamsburg. Everything is true to the time period at King’s Arms Tavern, from the fashion sported by servers to the pewter candlesticks—all adding to an air of colonial elegance. Inspired by 18th-century recipes, but with updates to suit 21st-century tastes, tuck in to a chophouse menu featuring prime rib, pork chops, and more.ADA Accessible dining is available in the Purdie Kitchen. Please note this colonial building is separate from King’s Arms Tavern. Please check-in at the front, and our host will escort guests to the Purdie Kitchen.The taverns are located in the Historic Area, and not on a public street. The Tavern is a short walk from the Tavern Parking lot which is on Francis Street.
A photo of Le Yaca - Williamsburg restaurant
4.9
Exceptional(8754)
Price: Expensive
• French • Williamsburg
Booked 39 times today
Le Yaca began in 1964 in Courchevel, a tiny, country village in the French Alps. Daniele Bourderau & Gerard decided it would be fun to open a small restaurant. When friends learned of their plans, they told the hopeful restaurateurs they were crazy to think people would drive eight kilometers on a winding, icy road for dinner. Daniele and Gerard hesitated for three months and then decided, “yaca le faire,” a contraction of the French phrase “il n’y a qu’a le faire,” which basically means, “let’s do it.” They called the restaurant Le Yaca as a gag, but the name caught on with customers who were amused by the pun and contributed to the restaurant’s lore by inventing “yaca-isms” of their own: yaca y aller (let’s go). Daniele came to the United States and opened Le Yaca in Williamsburg. Daniel Abid bought Le Yaca in 2001. Daniel worked and trained in such prestigious places as “Le Pre Catelan” and “Lenotre” in Paris; “L’Amandier” and “Roger Verge," and to top it all off, “Alain Ducass
A photo of Christiana Campbell's Tavern restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(4143)
Price: Expensive
• Seafood • Colonial Williamsburg
Booked 49 times today
For parties larger than 6, please call for reservations (855) 263-1746.Not much has changed since George Washington frequented Campbell’s Tavern for its delicious seafood in the 18th century. Dig in to locally sourced shrimp, scallops, and fish, and be sure to try Christiana’s famous Crab Cakes, Fried Chicken, Sweet Potato Muffins and Spoon Bread.The street address is 101 S. Waller Street, with ample parking behind the tavern.
A photo of Terrace Room at the Williamsburg Inn restaurant
4.4
Awesome(763)
Price: Expensive
• American • Colonial Williamsburg
Booked 13 times today
For parties larger than 4, please call for reservations 1-888-447-8679. Relaxed yet luxurious, The Terrace and Goodwin Rooms retain The Williamsburg Inn’s charm and sophistication while serving up contemporary expressions of American classics. At breakfast in the Terrace Room or Goodwin Room, enjoy Chef’s morning amuse-bouche to jumpstart your day, followed by a two-course prix-fixe menu featuring new creative dishes and showcasing seasonal signatures dishes.Dress: Resort Casual Dine with us in comfort! You are on vacation! Dress preference includes shirts, polos, blouses, dresses, skirts, slacks, jeans and shorts.Footwear includes shoes, tennis shoes, sneakers, and sandals. Please refrain from wearing flip flops and sportswear.
A photo of Cochon on 2nd restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(2698)
Price: Expensive
• Contemporary American • Williamsburg
Booked 16 times today
With innovative cuisine, genuine hospitality and a welcoming atmosphere, Cochon on 2nd is a place where fine cuisine meets approachable comforts. We work hard to find the perfect selection of ingredients that create a memorable dining experience. Our chef-driven restaurant, located in Williamsburg, Virginia, offers rotating menus of food creations that make this a top choice when dining in the Hampton Roads area. Our unique concept is perfect for both special occasions and everyday dining.Whether you’re planning a family dinner, a night out with friends, or a gastronomy treat for out-of-town guests, we believe Cochon on 2nd will become your favorite dining destination.
A photo of Waypoint Seafood & Grill restaurant
4.5
Awesome(677)
Price: Expensive
• Seafood • Williamsburg
Booked 28 times today
Welcome to WaypointWaypoint is located in Williamsburg’s Quarterpath Crossing at the intersection of Kingsmill and Route 199, next to the Harris Teeter. The interior décor is polished casual, featuring original works from regional artists – highlighting the Tidewater influence.

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