Christiana Campbell’s Tavern
Celebrated Seafood and Conversation
Reopening April 8, 2014.
Call to make your spring reservations.
Noted as George Washington’s favorite for seafood, Christiana Campbell’s Tavern is as alive today as it was in the times of the founders.
Menu items feature crab, shrimp, fish, and scallops—all items that were familiar to 18th-century Virginians. Some of the more unusual dishes come straight from colonial cookbooks.
Mrs. Campbell’s Tavern is decorated with the aesthetics of the 18th century. Once inside, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported in time. From the pewter candlesticks, brass sconces, and framed prints to the reproduction chairs you’re seated in, it’s easy to see why the local gentry chose this tavern as a place of conversation and political discussion.