Charming 18th century tavern close to the entrance to Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello. Beautiful grounds with scenic vistas. Excellent gift shops. Lunch, served buffet style, consists of traditional Southern fare, such as fried or baked chicken, stewed tomatoes, green beans, corn bread. Have enjoyed dining at Michie Tavern for many years. This visit, for one plate of delicious food, one small tin cup of ice tea and a tiny peach cobbler my bill came to $28 with tip. Prices are not posted anywhere that I could see. Even the bill is not priced. You find out at the register how much you just spent. Maybe I'm just not sophisticated enough to appreciate this place anymore, but I felt like a bilked tourist . Don't think that I want to go back.
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