Restaurants

There are plenty of restaurants in the Williamsburg area. The fun part is deciding which to try.

Discover Where to Eat

Looking to find a good and close restaurant in the area? In Williamsburg, there's no shortage of them. Maybe you're looking for a fancy restaurant, or want to travel back in time and dine in one of Colonial Williamsburg’s 18th-century-style taverns. Perhaps you want to find out what makes Duck Donuts a great place for a treat at any time of day, and even sample some of Sushi King's seafood cuisine. Casual restaurants abound, so it’s easy to find a family-friendly bakerycafé, deli or buffet. And if you’re planning a special night out, dine along the river in Yorktown or take in fine dining in an elegant atmosphere at several Williamsburg-area restaurants, finishing up with a nightcap in a local bar.

Casual Dining Williamsburg, VA
American

Toby's Dog House is a hot dog and barbecue lunch spot near Jamestown. The dog theme goes beyond the menu and is included in the...

Casual Dining Williamsburg, VA

Chopsticks Phở & Grill is a Vietnamese restaurant serves the noodle soup Phở, vermicelli bowls, rice dishes and more. Vegetarian options are also available as...

Bakeries & Desserts
Cafes & Coffee
Delis & Sandwiches
American

Au Bon Pain offers a full menu of both sweet and savory fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu includes bakery items made fresh...

Bar & Grills
Casual Dining Williamsburg, VA
Steakhouse

LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants are full-service, casual dining steakhouses serving both lunch and dinner. Emphasizing high quality, LongHorn appeals to all guests with its distinctive combination of attentive personalized...

Casual Dining Williamsburg, VA
Restaurants
Italian
Pizza

The Liguria Family has been serving authentic Italian food in Williamsburg since 1974. Specialty pizzas, homemade sauces, delicious veal, chicken, seafood and pastas prepared with the finest ingredients....

Restaurants
Bar & Grills
Casual Dining Williamsburg, VA
American

Williamsburg-raised brothers, John and Mickey Chohany, celebrate over 30 years of ownership at Second Street American Bistro in Williamsburg.

In 2007, the space was reinvented...

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