Studies now show that breakfast and lunch are equally important meals of the day, much to the chagrin of dinner, teatime, and caffeinated sugar injection. Raise a fork to importance with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of breakfast and lunch fare at The Gazebo in Williamsburg.
The Gazebo’s masters of appetite, the Kokolis family, serve up hearty, heartfelt dishes to longtime locals, passersby, and members of the Tribe. Tongues wagging for prime rise-and-shine kibble will sniff out The Gazebo’s Famous Plantation breakfast, an alpha-stamped sampler of two eggs, two buttermilk pancakes, ham, bacon, sausage, home fries, and grits ($9.95). Fans of syrup slip ‘n' slides might dive head first into the buckwheat pancakes ($6.50), while those who prefer to contain their maple glaze in strategically selected squares on a grid can opt for a plain belgian waffle ($6.50). On the menu’s feather-framed page, a clutch of cluck classics clamor for attention, from three-egg omelettes ($5.75–$6.95) to egg and meat combos ($6.75–$12.50), all accompanied by a biscuit and your choice of grits or home fries.
Beginning at 11:30 a.m., bellowing bellies can bestill themselves on the lunchtime likes of breaded baby shrimp, deep sizzled and served with fries and coleslaw ($7.99), or the chicken salad cold plate with white meat mayo-melded with pineapple and raisins, and served on a bed of greens with potato salad, coleslaw, hardboiled eggs, and homemade bread ($7.95). More than a dozen carb-cloaked options also await, such as the Hungry Jack house specialty sandwich with grilled ham and swiss topped with a scintillating sauce that leaves nothing to the imagination but its ingredients ($6.50). The Gazebo is open daily from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
409 Bypass Rd.
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185