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Went there Sunday mid-afternoon for pizza subs and a few drinks. Place was fairly busy but not crowded by any means. Plenty of tables and seats at the bar. After 2 short Budlite drafts they were out. So I ordered Miller lite bottle, they just...More
Honestly, it's been a difficult thing to find decent wings since we moved from NJ to VA. The Brick house Tavern has answered the call. I ordered the chili garlic wings and they were phenomenal! The staff is super friendly. I would definitely come back...More
Definitely a college bar and tavern. Loved it. Great food and lots of it. Specials were a great deal. Big burgers, loved the pasta and potato salads. Lots of beer on tap and local breweries represented.
Having been in Williamsburg for 3 days, Brickhouse Tavern was a welcome relief for good food and a pleasant atmosphere.
Having not been to the area since the seventies and eighties, we were not familiar with the many restaurant offerings in and around Williamsburg.
This restaurant is ideally situated close to Colonial Williamsburg. Luckily you can order your dish in sizes, i had the small pizza which was large enough. The food is tasty, our waitress was friendly enough but a bit hard to understand because she spoke English...More
Upon visiting our son at the College of William & Mary, we asked that he take us to one of his favorite local pubs. We ended up at the Brickhouse and were pleasantly surprised. It was mid-afternoon so there were not very many customers and...More
The most fun at Williamsburg , I believe, is eating at the establishments on the property during the evening. All locations are set at a certain time period in both food, drink, service and entertainment. Well worth the time and is very interesting especially if...More
Food,esp. soup, was tasty! Wearing apparel of servers was true. Walking the streets was most enjoyable. We saw horse drawn carriages, people in clothing of that time walking the streets, also. The stores had "workers" very informative of the times>
Though the parking situation is very challenging, the hassle is worth it. All you can eat on Mondays, and there are quite a few varieties are plentiful. They were the best local wings we have tasted. We also had the meat lover's pizza was loaded...More