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Old Time Resturante

by sahurst Online Now Feb 8, 2007 at 6:40 PM

I am taking 12 high school students to Williamsburg in the spring. I am looking for a resturante with an old time theme. OR even a B&B that would hold a nice dinner for them.....any ideas would be great...

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    RE: Old Time Resturante

    by zuriga Online Now Feb 9, 2007 at 2:33 AM

    If you mean an old time theme as in colonial then the best place (I don't know their current prices) is The King's Arms right in the restored village. It really puts one in the mood for seeing all the sights. I'm sure there are lots of other restaurants to choose from... I just haven't been there in awhile.

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    RE: RE: Old Time Resturante

    by Care824 Online Now Feb 26, 2007 at 10:34 AM

    The other taverns in Colonial Williamsburg are:

    Christiana Campbell's

    CW operates each tavern on a cycle, so it is in your best interest to call to see which ones will be open during your trip. Reservations at any of the taverns are a must for a group as large as yours. Their number is 1-800-TAVERNS or (757) 229-2141.

    Chowning's would probably be my favorite of the bunch.

    As far as privately operated "colonial" theme restaurants in greater Williamsburg, there aren't any that come to mind that serve dinner. Mama Steve's is a pancake house on Richmond Rd. open for breakfast and lunch. It has a colonial flair, and really good food.

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