Tea might be the most famous beverage of our Colonial forebearers, but another drink played a notable role in America’s history. Coffee became the choice of patriots as a form of protest surrounding British Parliament’s steep tea taxes. Today, a cup of joe is still the drink of choice stateside as…Read More
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Finding great dessert in Williamsburg is a piece of cake! Whether you’re on vacation and looking to indulge or just need an afternoon pick-me-up, there are plenty of ways to satisfy your sweet tooth in Williamsburg. From flaky, buttery croissants, to towering cakes whole or by the slice, and…Read More
Pumpkin treats offer a smashing good time Whether you’re a coffee lover or craft beer aficionado, there’s plenty of pumpkin-flavored fun brewing in Williamsburg. From breads to lattes and stouts to ales – with some seasonal treats for four-legged friends, too – options abound for the chillier…Read More
If there was ever a time to embrace the romantic allure of staycations, it’s now. With the rich history, unforgettable dining experiences, and endless activities to experience in Williamsburg, there is truly no place I would rather spend the weekend ( or the rest of my life , for that matter). While…Read More
For me, the holidays are all about indulging. Since I’ve lived here in Williamsburg for many years, I know exactly where you can find the best treats. Williamsburg has so many hidden gems that offer up some of the best desserts not only during the holiday season, but year-round as well. The shops…Read More
Dog-friendly restaurants with “drool-worthy” food, a trip back to Colonial times, and a walking ghost tour are just three of the unique experiences my dogs had in pet-friendly Williamsburg. With more travelers opting for car travel due to social distancing and recent health guidelines, it’s the…Read More