Yes, Colonial Williamsburg is a great place for the foodie with a history. You will not taste the food because it is not allowed but behold preparation of food and watch how cooking in the U.S.A.’s early days foreshadows our one pot meals which continue today.
(Photo: Cristiana Campell’s Tavern)
If you can’t cook or don’t want to, it can be hard to find something to do with your family to celebrate the holiday season. Colonial Williamsburg hosts several holiday events throughout the season which sound more than interesting enough to provide for a family with nothing to do. Below is a brief description of the events going on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Keep in mind, while the atmosphere of the Williamsburg Tavern events is a lot of fun, generally the food isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. The Inn and the Lodge tend to up the ante in terms of food, however. For more information on events going on throughout the season or to buy tickets for the events below, see the Colonial Williamsburg website.
See the listing of events at : http://www.examiner.com/x-1941-Norfolk-Restaurant-Examiner~y2009m12d10-Christmas-at-Colonial-Williamsburg
Review by Renee Perron, Norfolk Restaurant Examiner