Take Out

Giuseppe's Italian Cafe


For a hearty Italian meal, this off-the-beaten-path spot is the place to be! Pizzas rule here, although the other dishes are also excellent. The Caesar salad with smoked oysters is outstanding. Order from the extensive vegetarian menu, or try...  Read More



A little bit of country French tucked into the Village Shops at Kingsmill. Le Yaca Restaurant Français is locally known as one of the most creative and best dining establishments in the area. Their French onion soup and leg of lamb are house...  Read More

Old Chickahominy House


This 18th-century house has marvelous food and antiques. Evenly split between dining and shopping, this is a well-known landmark for both in Williamsburg. With English and American antiques and gifts, ham, gravy and biscuits and Brunswick stew,...  Read More

Colonial Williamsburg
The Trellis


The Trellis has become one of the best-known restaurants in Virginia. For over 20 years, patrons have been enjoying regional delicacies such as baby halibut, soft shell crabs and pigeon. To top it off are the desserts – Desaulniers is the...  Read More



To say this is a local favorite is an understatement. Right off Hwy 64, you can usually follow your nose or just look for the trucks parked along the highway to find it. The pulled-pork barbecue is cooked out back, and lines form early for...  Read More



Serving both Northern and Southern Italian cuisine, this restaurant has been a favorite of locals for several years. Located in the Village at Kingsmill, this small place fills up fast with diners who savor the pizzas, pastas and veal dishes....  Read More

Hayashi Japanese Restaurant


Cooked or uncooked? That is the question here, and you can pick your answer. Chefs make the food sizzle at your tableside grill, or you can belly up to the sushi bar for some Hurricane rolls and other uncooked delicacies. The service is...  Read More

Kyoto Japanese Steak & Seafood House


Showmen chefs make this a fun place for the whole family. They slice, dice, grill and make other magic with their sharp knives and witty conversation. The house specialty combines beef, chicken and seafood, and most entrees come as a complete...  Read More

Fireside Chophouse


Since 1975, the Fireside has been serving excellent beef to locals in a setting that is a throwback to the real steakhouses of the past. The restaurant, decorated in dark colors, has well-dressed waiters who open heavy, bound menus for customers...  Read More



Excellent seafood, old-style dining and reasonable prices make this a popular spot for visitors and locals. Both the waitstaff and the meals are well dressed here – the place is famous for its lobster that comes delivered in various sizes and...  Read More