Attractions

Williamsburg Winery

The Williamsburg Winery is located just a few mintues from most of the Williamsburg Area Courses and Hotels. This beautiful vineyard and working winery is located on a unique piece of property just above the James River less than ten minutes from Busch Gardens and Colonial Williamsburg. Ask us about discounted Williamsburg Winery Tour and Tasting Vouchers. We can also provide discounted vouchers that include lunch with the tour and tasting.


Dining

Williamsburg Dining

In addition to its rich history and family-friendly attractions, Williamsburg offers a wide array of dining options. From authentic 18th century style taverns and casual cafes to romantic fine dining and international cuisine, Williamsburg, Virginia has it all. Listed below are some of the finest eateries Williamsburg has to offer. We’ve provided phone numbers at these Williamsburg Restaurants, you can use to make a reservation and links to their websites. When you stop in for a bite, be sure to say you found them on VirginiaGolfVacations.com.

Giuseppe’s Italian

* 5601 Richmond Road
* Williamsburg, VA 23188
* 757-565-1977
* www.giuseppes.com

Opus 9 Steakhouse

o 5143 Main Street
o Williamsburg, VA 23188
o 757-645-2950
o www.opus9steakhouse.com

Center Street Grill

* 5101 Center Street
* Williamsburg, VA 23188
* 757-220-4600
* www.centerstreetgrill.com


Shopping

Williamsburg Shopping

More than 200 retail and designer outlet stores make the Historic Triangle a shopper’s paradise! Prime Outlets at Williamsburg, Patriot Plaza Premium Outlets and the Williamsburg Outlet Mall combined offer 150 factory and designer outlet stores. In the heart of Williamsburg, Merchants Square boasts specialty boutiques and designer stores as well as Colonial reproductions and collections. The Williamsburg Antique Mall features more than 400 antique dealers. Nearby, Historic Yorktown presents Riverwalk Landing a waterfront shopping and dining locale that’s just a short walk to many of Yorktown’s local art galleries and antique shops.

Christmas Mouse

* 888-437-5635
* www.christmasmouse.com

Cricket’s Antiques

* 757-870-2718
* www.cricketsglass.com

DoveTail Antiques

* 757-565-3553
* www.dovetailantiquesatnorge.com

Lightfoot Manor Shoppe

* 757-220-1805
* www.lightfootmanor.com

Merchant’s Square

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* www.merchantsquare.org

Plow & Hearth Outlet

* 757-220-3277
* www.plowhearth.com

Quilts Unlimited

* 757-253-8700
* www.quiltsunlimited.com

Prime Outlets @ Williamsburg

* 757-565-0702
* www.primeoutlets.com

The Wine and Cheese Shop

* 757-229-6754
* www.potterywineandcheese.com

Williamsburg Antique Mall

* 757-565-3422
* www.williamsburgantiquemall.com

Williamsburg Bear Factory

* 866-923-2327
* www.williamsburgbearfactory.com

Williamsburg General Store

* 757-564-5800
* www.williamsburggeneralstore.com

Williamsburg Marketplace

* 800-446-9240
* www.williamsburgmarketplace.com





Attractions

VIRGINIA BEACH DINING

Mahi Mah’s
Mahi Mah’s is a genuine hot spot successfully attracting the ideal balance of year-round residents and tourists. Great place for a night out with your golf group, some of the areas best seafood with an outdoor patio conveniently located next to the 7th street stage, where patrons can enjoy evening entertainment. It’s formal yet relaxed, dark wood appointments compliment an expanse of windows facing the oceanfront and boardwalk. The numbers attest to its popularity.
Catch 31
Located inside the Hilton Virginia Beach Oceanfront, the eatery flies in fresh fish and seafood from the docks, boats and farms around the world. The fresh fish and seafood is cut and prepared in Catch 31’s own state of the art refrigerated fish kitchen, which maintains freshness and retains the food’s natural, delicious flavors.
501 City Grill
501 has been one of the locals top gathering spots for 20 years. Those who appreciate memorable food, superb wines and a warm welcoming vibe will enjoy relaxing in overstuffed couches in the lively bar area or sitting in the zen inspiring dining room.
Virginia Beach Dining





Attractions

Northern Neck Cycling

Belle Isle State Park’s multi-use trails are open to cyclists. And if you forgot to bring the bikes, you can rent them at the park office. Lancaster County’s many back roads are lightly-traveled and scenic. And you can design your own tour. Try White Stone to Windmill Point for a short, flat ride on highway narrow enough at some points to be lapped by bay water on one side and the Rappahannock on the other. Or, for a few more ups and downs, take Devil’s Bottom Road to Merry Point, enjoy the free ride across the Corrotoman on a two-car ferry and explore the Corrotoman Neck.


Shopping

Northern Neck Shopping

Look no further than the Northern Neck for a unique shopping experience. You will find items that cannot be found elsewhere; books of local lore, handcrafted art and homemade goodies. Antique shops abound and local bargain hunters can have a field day at auctions on the weekends. Many artists have found their way to the Northern Neck and their paintings and photographs are on display and for sale in various public areas. Or shop online at the Northern Neck Heritage Tours Museum Gift Shop.


Dining

Northern Neck Dining

Kilmarnock cuisine comes in at least three distinct flavors-classic, country and cutting-edge. And the ambience ranges from candlelight and soft music, a sommelier and a menu with words you can’t pronounce to picnic tables on a wharf with Travis and Garth in the background. First-time visitors are often surprised to discover that prize-winning chefs don’t always live in Manhattan and that memorable dining experiences aren’t restricted to “Restaurant Row.” Doesn’t surprise us. But then, we live here.

From elegant to trendy, classic American to French bistro, you’ll find something here to suit every palate. Jump-start your day with a cappuccino or latte, then lunch on a Rappahannock Burger or an oyster sandwich. Dinner? Why not try the pan-seared skate wing with potato gnocchi? Or the soft crabs, a regional specialty. (As our waitress told us the first time we ordered them, “You eat the whole thing.”)