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King's Arms Tavern

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109 E Duke Of Gloucester St Williamsburg VA 23185
Phone
(757) 229-2141
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(855) 578-0080

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
11:00am-9:00pm
Monday
11:00am-9:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am-9:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am-9:00pm
Thursday
11:00am-9:00pm
Friday
11:00am-9:00pm
Saturday
11:00am-9:00pm

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Lunch: 11:30am-2:30pm; Dinner beginning at 5pm; CLOSED Tuesday & Wednesday

After Jane Vobe opened the King's Arms Tavern in 1772, it became one of the town's most genteel establishments. She once described it as a place "where the best people resorted." Today, the tavern remains true to her words. From the finest furnishings to the most gracious service, the King's Arms Tavern offers musical entertainment in an elegant environment. Enter the rustic reproduction tavern...

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While the food may not exactly be considered haute cuisine, this chophouse that Jane Vobe opened in 1772 is still a superior establishment vying for the top spot among the local nobs and snobs. The menu, headed "VICTUALS Pleasing to the PALATE expeditiously served after the Best MANNER," mixes dishes you can believe are based on period receipts ("Colonial Game Pye: Braised Venison, Rabbit,...

On the site of a 1772 establishment, King's Arms Tavern is a re-creation of the tavern and an adjoining home. Stables, a barbershop, laundry, smokehouse, kitchen, and other outbuildings have also been reconstructed. The original proprietress, Mrs. Jane Vobe, was famous for her fine cooking, and her establishment's proximity to the Capitol made it a natural meeting place during Publick Times....

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Not too expensive and there were decent options. They sell you on a few menu items. No need to get the peanut soup, it is a waste unless you absolutely love peanuts. Pretty good kid options. A violinist came around and the kids enjoyed him....

Average Rating
60

Had dinner on 3/30 at 7pm. Restaurant was not busy being a Thursday evening. The setting and decor were very nice. Our waiter was knowledgeable and attentive. Both would receive 4-5 stars. Unfortunately, the food was lacking. My wife ordered the game pie which came...

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After Jane Vobe opened the King’s Arms Tavern in 1772, it became one of the town’s most genteel establishments. She once described it as a place “where the best people resorted.” Today, the tavern remains true to her words. From the finest furnishings to the most gracious service, the King’s Arms Tavern offers musical entertainment in an elegant environment.

Enter the rustic reproduction...

The original King's Arms Tavern was constructed in 1772 under the direction of Jane Vobe and immediately became the tavern of choice for the upper echelons of Colonial Williamsburg's society. Today, the tavern has been reconstructed so that visitors can enjoy a delicious meal in a fashionable colonial setting. Little details like the period piece descriptions on the menu and the colonial...

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