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For a splurge, there's no better place in the historic triangle...
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.
One block north of Merchants Sq, Aromas is an inviting coffeehouse serving a wide range of fare, plus wine and beer. Outdoor seating and occasional live music.
Adjoining Fat Canary, this gourmet deli showcases some flavorful sandwiches and antipasti, plus baguettes, pastries, wine, beer and wonderful cheeses.
Carrot Tree is a good, affordable spot for lunch with silly-named sandwiches like the Lord Nelson BBQ.
Nick's Riverwalk Restaurant offers waterfront dining and modern American cuisine.
Grab a beer at the Yorktown Pub .
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