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Ol’ Dominion Burger at Precarious Beer Hall In Williamsburg Opening June 29

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new food option will be available at Precarious Beer Hall in downtown Williamsburg beginning June 29.

A grand opening is set that day for Ol’ Dominion Burger, which is described as “Williamsburg’s one and only smash burger emporium.” Burgers and other menu items will be available starting at 11am at Precarious Beer Hall at 110 S. Henry St.

The brewery is also home to the Electric Circus Taco Bar. The opening of Ol’ Dominion Burger is part of a recent expansion project at Precarious Beer Hall. Earlier this year, the establishment leased an additional 3,700 square feet of vacant space that was next to it within the same building.

Ol’ Dominion Burger will serve items such as a variety of smash burgers, loaded fries, and specialty hot dogs.

While waiting for Ol’ Dominion Burger to officially open, Precarious Beer Hall offered patrons a preview of its menu options on Thursday evenings.

The owners of Precarious Beer Hall also own and operate Amber Ox Public House and The Bake Shop. Precarious Beer Hall celebrated its third anniversary earlier this month.

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