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2015/12/11 19:47:37 (permalink)

Williamsburg, Virginia

We haven't been to Williamsburg in a couple of years, are there any new places we should definitely try?
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    dadetigl
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    Re: Williamsburg, Virginia 2015/12/11 22:46:06 (permalink)
    Blue Talon Bistro
    Second Street Bistro
    Don't know if they are new, but we enjoyed them.
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    TJ Jackson
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    Re: Williamsburg, Virginia 2015/12/11 23:03:36 (permalink)
    If you like good basic italian and you are in Richmond when it is time for lunch or dinner, go to Bella Luna
     
    http://www.bellalunava.com/
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    Re: Williamsburg, Virginia 2015/12/12 09:24:52 (permalink)
    We were there Christmas 2012 and had dinner at the King's Arm Tavern for the Colonial experience. For breakfast the next day we ate at the Trellis Restaurant. Both were good.
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    Re: Williamsburg, Virginia 2015/12/12 10:32:19 (permalink)
    Unfortunately the OP was asking for Williamsburg and not Richmond and was asking for new suggestions in Williamsburg (The Kings Arm Tavern is as old as dirt) The only reason I'm commenting is because I've been criticized before by others (well actually just one other) for suggesting a rec in the western suburbs of a city when the OP asked for suggestions in the Northwestern suburbs. This really did happen and I found the old thread too if anyone is interested.
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    Re: Williamsburg, Virginia 2015/12/12 11:15:16 (permalink)
     *shrug*
     
    Richmond is on the way to Williamsburg for most folks, and Bella Luna was the best meal my family had on our trip to that area. 
     
    I stand by my recommendation, and if anyone who wants to criticize it since it isnt in Williamsburg, feel free.
     
    .......and now back to your regularly scheduled thread, already in progress........
    post edited by TJ Jackson - 2015/12/12 11:25:07
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    Re: Williamsburg, Virginia 2015/12/13 07:36:13 (permalink)
    My family enjoyed Food for Thought. Nice soups. Nice entrees. Not a chain to my knowledge. Pot roast, grilled cheese sandwich with apples, young funky waitstaff. Try it for lunch. We did and went back for supper.
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    Re: Williamsburg, Virginia 2015/12/23 11:32:28 (permalink)
    If you are still looking for suggestions on newer places to try:
     
    Waypoint Grill - in a shopping strip on 199 - one of the best restaurants in town I think - just got some recognition by Southern Living (??). Not inexpensive. Great wine list.
    Triangle - In a strip near the Williamsburg Library - small plates meant for sharing, new style and old style cocktails, live music
     
    Neither are what I'd call "roadfood" but they are my current favorites.
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