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January 14, 2012

Colonial Dining And Tavern Signs of Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia


One of the really enjoyable experiences in Colonial Williamsburg is dining at the taverns. Each provides unique colonial ambience and time period appropriate food served by costumed servers and highlighted with colonial characters and entertainers who occasionally wander through each dining room to interact and amuse diners.  These signs mark each tavern.  Click here for more about each tavern and its menu.

7 comments:

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Times may chane but good food remains !

Teresa O said...

When visiting Williamsburg, many years ago, we dined at the Josiah Chowning Tavern. The food was delicious and the ambiance made me feel like I was living in the 1700s. I'm so glad it's still there, but then perhaps dining establishments don't come and go so quickly in the historical town.

eileeninmd said...

Great idea and subject for your post. They are all wonderful signs. Maybe someday I will be able to visit and eat at one of these taverns. Have a great weekend!

Mrs.Rabe said...

My husband and I ate at Shield's Tavern one year on our anniversary! Loved the whole experience.

I want to go to Tea at Christiana Campbell's one day!

Deanna

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This looks like such a better dining option than a chain.

GrandmaK said...

I always enjoy these pictures!!! Wonderful works of art! I had an uncle who actually worked as a sign painter and ended up being art director of the Poll Hereford Journal!!! Have a wonderful day!! Cathy

Karl said...

How beautiful signs!!

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