Williamsburg is filled with phenomenal restaurants with interesting and inventive menus, this restaurant is not one of them. We stopped in for a quick lunch on a Saturday as a party of six. We were the only other diners in the restaurant, our service was quick and good and the waitress was attentive. The decor of the restaurant is neat and different and made to look like you are outside in Colonial Williamsburg. The food seemed like it was factory produced and bought from a food warehouse and just heated up. We had the crab dip, which was watery and runny, and the spinach and artichoke dip, also sub par and skippable. The goat cheese and fig spread was good, but could have used some sort of glaze or dressing. The shaved prime rib sandwich looked good and the salad was okay. All in all it was an average experience and nothing special. With all the other great local choices, I would say skip this one.
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