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Willilamsburg's favorite scratch bakery and restaurant for 25 years! Now located at 135 Colony Square by the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Serving breakfast and lunch daily 8AM-4PM, 3 PM on Sundays, our bakery counter is open until 6PM Monday-Saturday, 4 PM on Sundays.
Arrived shortly after 1215pm on Saturday and was seated promptly. Our server was friendly and attentive.My sister-in-law had sweet tea...she absolutely loved it! Had 3 glasses! Said it was the best sweet tea she had in a long time! She also was able to order...More
Walking around the Jamestown Settlement and historic Jamestown we decided we needed some fuel to keep going and chose this little restaurant on the site to refuel. The club wrap was large enough to share and it was delicious. We were able to sit outside,...More
Got there at 1:30 & surprised at how many people were here. Our lunch was served very quickly & had a very pleasant waitress. Our food was delicious. I had a cup of tomato soup & a turkey wrap. I was shocked at the amount...More
Had lunch at the Carrot Tree today. Upon arrival I noticed it was full of "ladies who lunch". I knew it had to be good.
I ordered the Monte Cristo and it was PERFECT! My wife ordered the Rueben and Salad....It was very good.
Stopped here while visiting Jamestowne Island. Had a great view of the river with both indoor and outdoor seating. You order at counter and they call you when it is ready. Had a wonderful house salad, got the large and it was just the right...More
Carrot Tree is a favorite restaurant for the locals. They have an extensive menu with fun and creative choices. Breakfast and lunch are both awesome. I have sampled most of everything in their bakery, and it's all delicious! Friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Love it!
My wife and I and friends from South Carolina came here to eat lunch. I had a Cheese Burger and Tator Tots and my wife had a Monte Cristo. The burger was dry and the Cristo had to much of the deep fried batter on...More
Response from ellens282 | Reviewed this property |
The Carrot Tree offered high tea in afternoons earlier this year. They were popular and reservations were necessary. I would suggest, as others have, that you call, discuss possible selections and reserve, if necessary.