September 26, 2007

Tasty Food in Two Tourist Towns

We've had some good food down here in the Historic Triangle of Virginia. A lunch at the Riverwalk Restaurant on Yorktown's waterfront was pleasant and we enjoyed the view of the river. We had three excellent dinners in a row in Williamsburg: The Peking Mongolian & Japanese Restaurant, which is the largest oriental restaurant I've eaten in, Outback (which is usually good anywhere but was perfect here), and The Jefferson, which features staff in colonial costumes even though outside the historic district.

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