A television show run from a 1968 Cadillac will cruise through Greater Williamsburg on Friday and Saturday. Discovery Channel’s “Road Trip Masters” will feature Greater Williamsburg as its destination…
Our 3 goats - Adrian, Brittany, and Charlene - are expecting!
Starting today, come to the winery and submit your best guess for our goats' birthdays. The 3 people who correctly guess the birthdays of our goats will win a Hampton Roads Winery Gift Card and Goat Tower T-Shirt.
One guess per person. No purchase necessary. See store for details. Hope to see you soon!
Hint: The male goat, Isaac, was with the goats from Memorial Day thru the 4th of July.
The locals first choice is Second Street Bistro. Owned and operated by Mickey and John Chohany for over 30 years. The service is just right, the atmosphere is clean and contemporary, the food is incredible. They have the BEST BLOODY MARY'S in town. Hands down. Stop in today and enjoy! www.secondst.com... See moreSee less
Merchants Square , Colonial Williamsburg, in fall. WILLIAMSBURG, Va. Fall is the perfect season to explore all that Colonial Williamsburg area has to offer: outdoor adventures such as hiking, ziplining and thrill rides; an explosion of arts, crafts, music, theater and culinary events; numerous oppor...
Anheiser-busch hosts Budweiser Brewed Locally Event with tours, beer, food trucks and Clydesdales Saturday Sept 16th 10 am - 6 pm Anheuser-Busch is pleased to invite the local community to an open house and celebration at their James City County brewery. The Virginia state-branded Budweiser bottle will be celebrated. This unique event includes the world-famous Anheiser- Busch Clydestales, brewery tours, sampling with the Brewmasters, live music and other (more info:
Music is in the air for the Wine and Dine for the Mind event this Sunday, September 17th to benefit Alzheimer's. The sounds of jazz will fill Waypoint Seafood and Grill with The Royal Atlantic Jazz Band with Charlie Wiseman performing to help END ALZ! Join us for this event!
WOULD VIRGINIANS 400 years ago recognize restaurant menus today? Take a listen to this awesome report from Jason Fuller on Virginia Public Radio where he interviews me and fellow food historians Michael Twitty and Harold Caldwell to talk about foods and foodways of the commonwealth then - and now --- LINK - youtu.be/Bun4A6OyvdE
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