Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Lunch restaurants in Williamsburg and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Aromas thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat Carrot Tree Kitchens, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Lunch.



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

Colonial Williamsburg
Cheese Shop


If you need a break from Colonial attractions or shopping, the Cheese Shop in Merchants Square is the perfect place. Their sandwiches make great meals, and along with the fresh salads and daily quiches, they form an extensive menu. The desserts...  Read More

Colonial Williamsburg
Gabriel Archer Tavern


Even if you do not tour the winery, this is a delightful place to have a light lunch. There are tables outside in the front and back, and the ambience is California, not Virginia. There are sandwiches, cheese platters and wonderful French bread...  Read More

Jamestown Pie Company


From pizza to dessert, the chef knows what he is doing here. Creative combinations abound. The Mississippi River pie and River Crab pie have plenty of seafood, and the Maui pie features pineapple, ham, spring onions and cheese. The deep-dish...  Read More

Colonial Williamsburg


This place has the right name – you can smell the aroma all the way down Prince George Street. The Aroma "therapy" menu runs the gamut from Stimulating to Tranquil to Contemplative – and those are just the beverages! There are bagels and...  Read More



Italian and Greek cuisine rule here – pizza, subs, sandwiches, spaghetti and salads come out of the kitchen at a fast pace to keep the locals happy. The New England-style pizza is a favorite, as are the nine TVs for watching games. Located...  Read More



Some of the best barbecue in town is also the best value! Mongolian-style barbecue is not the Southern style many Americans are accustomed to; here you'll find slivers of well-seasoned meat seared on a grill. Served with rice, vegetables or...  Read More

Carrot Tree Kitchens


With cakes made from scratch and herbs and vegetables pulled from the garden, the Carrot Tree has the reputation for being one of the freshest places in town! The carrot cake and coconut cake are both popular, as are the coffeecakes and...  Read More