Stopped in after a visit to Colonial Williamsburg and it was good place to warm up and get some great food. Since it was after 5 p.m. I ended up having the happy hour specials of $1 oysters from two local rivers the James and...More
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Food - very tasty and delicious. We had the tilapia po boy and the original blue plate, calamare for appetizer and clam chowder and she crab soup. The New England clam chowder was made differently so don’t expect a Boston chowder kinda flavor on it....More
Berret's is a fine place to grab lunch or dinner. The service is great and the food even greater! Clam chowder is a definite, as are oysters on the half shell. I highly recommend this restaurant quietly tucked away in Colonial Williamsburg.
I had the market salad with salmon. Hubby had the fish and chips. We were very happy with our very tasty selections. Service was quick and friendly. It is a short 10 minute walk from the Williamsburg Lodge, and a great alternative to Colonial Tavern...More
Berret's is a must stop whenever we are in Williamsburg. The selection and quality of the food is unbelievable. We have made a number of trips to Williamsburg and have never failed to have at least one meal at Berret's.
We had a wonderful experience at Berrets on Homecoming Eve. We had a group of 21 friends from the class of 1972 and Berrets made our evening so nice. They accommodated our group in the separate dining room in a timely manner, with a smile!...More
It was the off season, our 25th anniversary, and we didn't make a reservation. We had been out for a long day, and weren't particularly hungry, but wanted to go somewhere a little special. The wait was expected at about a half hour, and it...More
We had an early supper here and enjoyed live music from our table on the patio. There are corn hole games set up and a nice lawn. We ordered the grilled and saltine crusted shrimp which were both excellent. They were very busy at 5pm,...More