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This is the best fried chicken I’ve EVER had!!! All you can eat, and tasty as it gets. It’s good old fashioned Virginia cookin’. The outbuildings are neat and have interesting things and relics for sale
We actually came for the history, not the food. A lot of steps up to the historic house. The costumed guide was excellent. As we toured the tavern and guest house she explained much about what travel accommodations were like. She was informative, fun and...More
We love the fried chicken so much that I keep the chicken breading in our pantry to use at home. The stewed tomatoes, black eyed peas, mashed potatoes, peach cobbler...it’s all so yummy! The wait staff is dressed in period clothes. It’s a great experience...More
Loved this place. Historic colonial pub atmosphere and boy, was the food good! We had the lunch buffet and everything was delicious. The stewed tomatoes were divine and I don't even like tomatoes. After eating, you can walk off your meal by visiting the charming...More
Family of four stopped for lunch. Kids (15 and 9) endothelial historic nature of the restaurant. Lunch is worth it for the stewed tomatoes alone! Food is far superior to typical lunchtime buffet. Highly recommend!
We traveled to Charlottesville to visit and eat at Michie Tavern. We first enjoyed lunch. The hostess and servers are always friendly and welcoming. Our server was Lolly and she was amazing. The food is served buffet style. The main dishes are fried chicken, BBQ,...More
While visiting Jefferson's Monticello, it was suggested we visit the Mitchie Tavern.
Unfortunately, we weren't impressed:
The Tavern requires you to wait outside until you are called; you are then cattle-called onto the buffet line -- you can't even put your coat down until you...More