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Does the restaurant have wide clearance into the bathroom for guests with mobility restrictions?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer accessible seating in dining areas for guests with mobility impairments? Accessible seating includes: accessible aisles, wheelchair seating, counter height, and knee space.YesNoUnsure
Does the restaurant have an accessible-height sink in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
Can a vegan person get a good meal at this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Is this a seafood restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Can a gluten free person get a good meal at this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer highchairs for toddlers?YesNoUnsure
Can a vegetarian person get a good meal at this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Not much has changed since George Washington frequented Christiana Campbell’s Tavern for its delicious seafood in the 18th century. Lively conversation and learned discussion still abound, and today’s menu items could easily have been ordered by our founding fathers. Dig in to locally sourced shrimp, scallops, and fish, and be sure to try Christiana’s famous crab cakes, and a group of balladeers will help you channel your inner seafarer with toe-tapping shanties.
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Our first time to the Tavern - and was not disappointed in the least. Tasha was wonderful (our server), the food was great - who knew that you order an entrée and soup, salad and dessert is included! The tavern is beautiful, a great piece...More
We went as a family of four with a 6 and 4 year old. The menu choices are great. We went for the crab cakes and they were delicious. The price is truly reasonable since it includes salad, soup, entree and dessert. I had the...More
We had a large group and they thought we were paying with one ticket when several people in our party asked the server about separate checks. We waited over 1 hour for our bill. We got there at 8 and left after 10:15 PM...the food...More
We tried to eat at Kings Arms Tavern but they aren't open on Wednesday nights so we decided to eat here~and were very glad we did! I ordered a mule to drink which was a little "different" than mules I've gotten at other restaurants but...More
Our second visit to this establishment in Colonial Williamsburg and it is just as good as we remembered. The night we were there it was a 4 course all-inclusive menu. We had the seasonal salad, the corn chowder (my husband had the she crab chowder),...More
We have been fans of Christiana Campbell's for years. This was our first visit since recently moving to Williamsburg, and about four years from our last visit We always enjoy the atmosphere and have found the servers to be knowledgeable and willing to share stories...More
I've eaten here on average once a year for at least 15 years. If you know in advance what you're getting, and it's an "on" night at the tavern, it can be a fun, upbeat, charming, convivial experience. On an "off" night you leave thinking...More
The service was great. The food was lovely. The chairs were just too narrow. I understand that they are reproductions of 18th century furniture but I ate dinner sitting on the edge of the seat because my butt wouldn't fin between the arms of the...More
Response from bethduncan7 | Reviewed this property |
I liked all of them. Christiana Campbell's was probably my favorite for dinner. I've enjoyed the others as well. I would look at the menus and see which looks most appealing to you. I liked Chownings best for lunch.
I would figure on at least an hour. There are always multiple courses. Even if the courses seem to come too quickly to savor or for your party to socialize, the service takes a while. give yourself an hour and a half of... More
I would figure on at least an hour. There are always multiple courses. Even if the courses seem to come too quickly to savor or for your party to socialize, the service takes a while. give yourself an hour and a half of you want to relax over drinks while you look over the menu, chat with serving staff, tour the building, and linger over dessert and coffee or brandy.