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Aberdeen Barn is the perfect place to have a steak or lobster. The restaurant has an open hearth grill and the beef is USDA top choice corn-fed. Start with a jumbo shrimp cocktail then have a prime rib and end with baked apple dumpling with cinnamon sauce. To drink, there is a substantial wine list, mostly Californian vintages.
The plush, private booths, cozy fireplace and elegant dark wood finishings are just some of the touches that make Opus 9 Steakhouse truly sophisticated. From the carefully moderated wine list, to the pianist serenading guests on the grand piano, visitors to this establishment are sure to enjoy an evening of fine dining. And this is to say nothing of the menu, which offers up the finest cuts, from filet mignon to the restaurant's famous porterhouse. Patrons who would prefer something other than steak can choose from a selection of seafood, pasta, and chops.
LongHorn Steakhouse Williamsburg is part of the extremely popular LongHorn chain; it's a place that locals - and visitors - can count on for consistently good, perfectly cooked steak. All the classic steakhouse choices are here, from buffalo wings to chowder to the ever-popular Western Cheese fries - and, of course, there are the steaks. Flo's Filet is well-known for its tenderness and there are other varieties if you wish to make a departure from the sirloins and prime ribs - maybe try the Crab-Stuffed Filet or the Sirloin and Shrimp Scampi. A welcoming atmosphere and efficient service complete a great meal out.
Oceans & Ale offers up a lot of great things: from fresh seafood, to perfectly cooked steaks, to craft beers that will make any beer-lover feel like they've found paradise. This restaurant-bar aims to please every sort of clientele, from young couples, to families, to groups of friends looking for a good time. Oceans & Ale has daily deals, a rotating tap, and live music, which means it should be on everyone's list of places to visit while in Williamsburg.
With an extensive menu, Eagles Restaurant is open early and closes late to satisfy hunger at any time of the day. With the Anheuser-Busch Brewery just next door, beer is incorporated into many parts of the menu. Meat is cooked over Budweiser-bathed beechwood chips and their beer is available as a beverage. For breakfast try the Breakfast Ciabatta; ciabatta bread with scrambled eggs, mozzarella cheese, and sun-dried tomato pesto. Or for dinner try Duck Purses Fried Wontons filled with beechwood smoked duck breast and served with raspberry mascarpone fennel salad, fig and chive essence. If you aren't in the mood for a Bud, there is an extensive list of after dinner drinks including port, cordials, scotch, and wine or even a variety of cigars to enjoy in the lounge.
Situated in the Riverwalk Landing shopping district is the multi-faceted Riverwalk Restaurant, a varied eating establishment that is very popular with locals. It consists of three parts - the Rivah Cafe, which has a lovely outdoor courtyard and serves light lunch fare; the Riverfront Dining Room, which has lovely views of the river and a pleasing selection of seafood and meat dishes; and the Landing, the establishment's private function room. There is also a creative drinks list available along with vegetarian specials.