The Colonial Tavern Dishing Up 18th-Century Vittles

In Williamsburg there is the King’s Arms Tavern, a public house that first opened its doors in 1772. The restaurant is still serving food, albeit as a careful reproduction in Colonial Williamsburg, the world’s largest outdoor living-history museum, where actors in period costumes share stories about colonial dining history. It had to close it’s doors during the height of the pandemic, but has recently reopened and the food will look more like the food they ate in 1772.

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