- Kitty Nov 15, 2004 12:55 PM
My family heads to W.burg soon. Any must do's? Nothing formal or fancy but special is most welcome.
Maryelizabeth, are you talking about 60 Second Street? Is that STILL there? We lived in Williamsburg about 18 years ago, and that was always a favorite of ours. Do they still put the basket of unshelled peanuts on your table when you arrive? It was always a fun place to go, and the food was always good. Nothing fancy, burgers and such, but REALLY GOOD versions.
Pierces Pitt Bar-B-Que (kinda out of the way, but worth the trip esp. if you're from a non-BBQ part of the country).
from williamsburg online:
(757) 565-2955 $
The local icon for great Bar-B-Que dishes - (the state put no parking signs on the interstate to keep patrons from jumping the fence to get in!) - Pierces offers sandwiches and dinners featuring hickory and oak pit-cooked pork barbeque, roasted barbeque chicken...along with the accompanying french fries, cole slaw and hush puppies! Hot dogs and hamburgers are great choices for the kids as well as homemade cookies! Located on East Rochambeau Drive between Lightfoot exit 199 and Airport Road. Open for lunch and dinner.
RE Pierce's Pitt -- don't bother. Nothing more than a fast food joint, and the bbq is mediocre at best, I've had better ribs at a chain restaurant in Toronto, and better pulled pork at a gas station in Pennsylvania. Coleslaw was inedible. The best part was the fries, and that's not saying much.
I was in Williamsburg about a month ago and tried "Food For Thought" for the 1st time. It was so good that I went back a 2nd time. Food was great and the prices were reasonable.