Just got back.
Blue Talon Bistro was very good. We all enjoyed the meal there. We also had a nice breakfast at Shorty’s. The pancakes were excellent, though I’m sorry to say the maple syrup was Mrs. Butterworth’s. so I used honey on mine and it did fine.
We went to the pie place (Jamestown Pie) but it was disappointing. Selection wasn’t too good and I felt the pie was mediocre.
Aroma’s Coffee was a nice place to hang out, and the coffee was great. It was a bit crowded, and the service was slow.
I’d suggest avoiding any of the “tavern” restaurants in the colonial area itself. The four of us ended up spending over $100 for a lunch that should have cost $50. It was the only place open and we were far from Merchant’s Square, so it was our only choice. Live and learn.
Thanks for the recommendations, everyone.