King’s Arm. For a very nice (but a little expensive too) dinner. The King’s Arm in Colonial Williamsburg is outstanding. Try the peanut soup. It’s very good, despite being a soup made from peanuts. I have yet to have a bad main course.
or, for family fun, go to Chowning’s. From 5pm-8pm, actors in period costumes roam tables singing period songs, doing small skits, and playing games. A lot of fun!
When I go to Williamsburg, I like to stick close to Colonial Williamsburg and do everything within walking distance. I’m sure I’m missing out on other local places, but I like to drive there and drive home and not get in my car during my stay.
There several nice restaurants in town near William and Mary too. I can’t remember their names however.