$25 for bar-crawl admission for two (a $50 value). Choose between two options:
- Halloween Bar Crawl on Saturday, November 2, from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
- Game Day Bar Crawl on Sunday, November 3, from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. or later<p>
Both crawls take off from Season’s Restaurant and include food and drink specials and a scavenger hunt with prizes, along with margherita pizza at two select stops. The Halloween crawl will feature a Halloween contest with prizes including cash. Participants looking for transportation should contact Best Taxi of Williamsburg, and those looking for a place to stay should contact Colonies at Williamsburg and mention the Williamsburg Bar Crawl for a special rate. Guests must pick up their wristbands for Saturday night between 8:45-10 p.m., and for Sunday between 3:15-4:30 p.m. Click here for more information about each event.<p>
Taste of Williamsburg
Taste of Williamsburg's guides would love to spend the whole day showing you the sites of the city. But they'd rather do that while they show you where the city's best ribs are. And since you're already on that side of town, they may as well as take you across the street for a life-changing slice of cheesecake, available only during its Dessert Attack tour.
During enthusiastic walking food tours, a savvy guide shows small groups around Williamsburg's thriving dining scenes, taking them through neighborhoods from Merchants Square to New Town and helping them discovering new dining digs across the city. At each stop, chefs at an array of restaurants prepare traditional regional dishes or global cuisine—at one establishment guests may sample Virginia ham or peanuts, at the next they'll enjoy reinterpreted macaroni-and-cheese or goat-cheese pizza (which George Washington often enjoyed cold for breakfast).
70% of 30 customers recommend
“Very nice but could use more tasting from other restaurants.”