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WARA Releases Holiday Dining Guide

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WILLIAMSBURG-Those who prefer dining out on Thanksgiving are in luck. Williamsburg Area Restaurant Association (WARA) has released a list of restaurants and drinking establishments that will be open for Thanksgiving as well as Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.


WARA restaurants that will be open for Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 25 include 1607 Grill; Berret’s Seafood Restaurant; Captain George’s; Cracker Barrel; Craft 31; Dog Street Pub; Fat Tuna; Gabriel Archer Tavern at the Williamsburg Winery; Golden Corral; Kyoto Japanese Restaurant; Olde Towne Pizza & Pasta; Opus 9 Steakhouse; Whaling Company; and York River Oyster Company.


In Colonial Williamsburg, Chownings Tavern, Colonial Williamsburg Museum Café, Gold Course Grille at Golden Horseshoe, Kings Arms Tavern, Raleigh Bakery, Williamsburg Inn, and Williamsburg Lodge will all be open on Thanksgiving Day.


For a complete and updated list of restaurants open during the holidays, visit https://www.wararest.com/.

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