1. Food For Thought Restaurant
Food For Thought’s food is prepared with love and served with pride. The foundation of their menu is built upon Classic American dishes such as Fork Tender Pot Roast, Grandma’s Meatloaf, and “fall off the bones” ribs. These are meals that America grew up on. To complement these American favorites they’ve added some newer, more contemporary flavors and ideas like Pad Thai, Jamaican jerk chicken, flavored butters, and original vegetarian dishes.
2. Waypoint Seafood & Grill
Waypoint Seafood and Grill Restaurant marks Williamsburg’s latest culinary destination from Chef Hans Schadler. The Waypoint menu is a celebration of Chesapeake ingredients and includes items grown at local farms and caught in regional waters. The pure flavors and rich ingredients presented in the seasonally changing entrees represent modern regional American cuisine with classical culinary roots.
3. Opus 9 Steakhouse
Opus 9 Steakhouse in trendy New Town Center epitomizes fine dining. From quality steakhouse fare to the diversity of the wine list, Opus 9 offers casual elegance, club-like lounge sophistication, ambiance, private dining accommodations and first class service.
Perfectly aged, melt-in-your-mouth Signature Prime Steaks include Steak “Oscar 9”, New York Strip Au Poivre, and a unique Bone-In-Filet Mignon, each meticulously prepared to your specifications. Seafood options include Live Maine Lobster, Award-Winning Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, and daily Fresh Fish specials.
Opus 9 features private dining for business or social affairs. Special event menus are available accommodating groups of 10 to 50. The seasonal patio offers a touch of casual sophistication for your dining experience.
4. Le Yaca French Restaurant
Le Yaca began in a tiny, country village in the French Alps in 1965. The little village was eight kilometers below an up and coming ski resort that has since become famous as Courchevel. Proprietor Daniele Bourderau and her husband Gerard Gormier decided that it would be fun to open a small restaurant for resort guests in one of the barns on the family property.
They created a second Yaca in Saint-Tropez in 1968. The second Yaca was as successful as the first one.
Daniele came to the United States and opened a new Le Yaca in Williamsburg on the 5th of December, 1980.
5. Baker’s Crust
Baker’s Crust opened its doors in October of 1993, in a 300 square foot storefront, located in Hilltop North Shopping Center, about 3 miles away from the oceanfront in Virginia Beach. It has evolved from a self-service, 36-seat sandwich and breakfast spot to a full service restaurant, servicing breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week. At the heart of the business is the hearth-baked, European style artisan breads. Everything, including the breads, pastries and desserts are made from scratch.
6. Sal’s By Victor
Sal’s by Victor is a family-run restaurant specializing in both southern and northern Italian cuisine. They’ve been serving Williamsburg and the surrounding area since 1974. The restaurant was originally founded by Salvatore (Sal) who named the restaurant after himself. In 1990 Victor acquired the business from Sal and decided to keep the name, while at the same time giving it the “by Victor” touch.
7. Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant
Whether you tour Williamsburg’s historical attractions, hit the theme parks or spend the day shopping, Captain George’s seafood buffet is the perfect end to your day. The restaurant is centrally located and offers the area’s finest seafood experience.
8. Seasons Restaurant & Tavern
Seasons Restaurant, located in Merchants Square in Colonial Williamsburg, serves a wide range of mouth-watering food, spirits, beer and wine at very competitive prices! Good food and good cheer are always on the menu at Seasons!
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