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July 5, 2010

The Trellis Restaurant, Williamsburg, Virginia


The Trellis Restaurant, of Death By Chocolate fame, has been a draw in Colonial Williamsburg's Merchants Square for thirty years. These photos show the newly renovated outdoor patio area with its new trellis.

18 comments:

Dishesdone said...

Looks beautiful! I have heard of the restaurant and who could resist Death by Chocolate?

peppermint said...

What a cozy place for hanging out. By the way, we have a Death by Chocolate too in Jakarta. What a surprise.

Cezar and Léia said...

Cozy place indeed, perfect for a special dinner in this Summer!Beautiful pictures!
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Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

Matty said...

I can see myself seated there having lunch on warm, sunny day. Looks so cozy.

eileeninmd said...

Looks like a beautiful place to sit and enjoy lunch. I hope you had a great 4th of July! have a wonderful week!

GrandmaK said...

What a lovely restaurant! I'd love to have lunch in such a place!! Thank you for your visit and have a grand day! Cathy

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

What a nice-looking restaurant! I like outdoor patio.

Lois said...

It looks very inviting!

jennyfreckles said...

Yes please - we'll have Death By Chocolate - one portion, two spoons and maybe we'll live!

Karine said...

What a charming place! I went to a Death by Chocolate restaurant in Vancouver and it was amazing :o)

Rajesh said...

Very beautiful and inviting restaurant.

Pat Tillett said...

Yum! Death by chocolate!
That looks like a very nice relazing place to eat...

Baydog said...

Been there three times. 1984, single, 1986, just married and on our honeymoon, and 2004, with our two daughters in scorching heat. The Trellis was a cutting edge restaurant in the early 80's thanks to Marcel DeSaulnier's vision and talent. Death by chocolate is only one of the many things that make this restaurant so special. To this day it is still a "destination"
restaurant. It "wow"ed me the first time I ate there, fresh out of the Culinary Institute of America, knowing that Marcel was a fellow alumnus. Class operation, and when we again visit Williamsburg, we will have already made reservations. How's that for a plug????

Mo said...

I have the Death by Chocolate cook book. I've made many of his recipes.

this too will pass said...

Death by chocolate... way to go

Joann said...

I love your blog. We used to live in Williamsburg too, for 11 years. We now live in WV. When my husband retires, we plan to move back. It is such a beautiful town and you have captured it in your photos. Thank you for sharing.

Sincerely, JoAnn Brewer

of amongtherosesbyjoann.blogspot.com

Pattaya guesthouse said...

This is one of my favorite cities. I like it much. And you have a nice blog. Good writting you do. Well done.

driftwood restaurants said...

Very delightful place, I always prefer those restaurants where dining facility is outside under a tree or cabana. This really looks very pleasant.

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