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For a splurge, there's no better place in the historic triangle...
One block north of Merchants Sq, Aromas is an inviting coffeehouse serving a wide range of fare, plus wine and beer. There's outdoor seating and live music (jazz on Tuesdays; wide-ranging sounds on weekends).
A Virginia culinary landmark, the Trellis caters to burger-seeking tourists for lunch and nirvana-seeking foodies for dinner. Regional specialties, such as salmon fillet with country ham, shine.
Of the four restaurants located within Colonial Williamsburg, this is the most elegant, serving early-American cuisine such as game pie – venison, rabbit and duck braised in port-wine sauce.
This gourmet deli showcases some flavorful sandwiches and antipasti, plus baguettes, pastries, wine, beer and wonderful cheeses.
On the waterfront, Carrot Tree is a good, affordable spot serving wraps, salads and veggie burgers.
Nick's Riverwalk Restaurant offers waterfront dining and modern American cuisine.
Grab a beer at the Yorktown Pub .
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