Savor our specialty desserts.
Legendary Cuisine, Unforgettable Ambience
The Regency Room at the Williamsburg Inn is a classically beautiful environment for elegant meals.
The intimate yet exquisite dining room is rich in the décor and personal attention that makes you feel there is no place you would rather be. Its ambience has drawn heads of state, legends in arts and entertainment, and those seeking memorable, romantic settings.
Inspired Dining, Scrumptious Cuisine
Executive Chef Travis Brust serves classic American cuisine with traditional European roots. Seasonal favorites include crabmeat Randolph, tableside Caesar salad, Berkshire pork tenderloin schnitzel, and the nightly Regency-inspired entrée selections. Complement your meal with hazelnut ice cream cake, marinated in strawberries and Kahlúa fudge sauce.
Cap off your weekend with an unforgettable brunch experience at the Regency Room with spectacular views of the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club and live music. Enjoy inspired brunch stations, including made-to-order crêpes and omelets, along with Inn specialties such as Bananas Foster or our steak and eggs. Other delectable entrées include silver dollar sweet potato pancakes with bourbon-pecan butter and the Virginia crab crustless quiche.
Finish your meal with fresh pastries and cakes for dessert or try a refreshing Regency brunch cocktail.
Upgrade your tea time with our elegant offerings. Seasonally, sip custom tea blends, made exclusively for Inn guests, and accompanied by an assortment of freshly baked scones, finger sandwiches, and pastries.
Easter Prix-Fixe Menu
April 20, 2014
Preview the Menu
Leave the cooking to us this Easter Sunday and enjoy a gourmet three-course meal in the newly reopened Regency Room. Choose from a fantastic lamb duo, coriander-crusted salmon, or baked cannelloni pasta as your entrée. Between the light salad course and the unexpected carrot cake doughnuts, our Easter meal will not disappoint. $75 per person, plus tax and gratuity.
Upcoming Regency Room Events
Founding Fathers of French Cuisine
Discover how the relationship between Thomas Jefferson and the Marquis de Lafayette shaped American cuisine. During a reception and five-course dinner, orchestrated by award-winning Williamsburg Inn Executive Chef Travis Brust, Mr. Jefferson and the Marquis will share how their friendship and love of good food fostered the popular French-American cuisine. Specially selected French wines will be paired with each course. $128 including tax and gratuity
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All hours, prices, and menu items are subject to change.
Appropriate dress required. Breakfast: casual, denim permitted. Lunch and afternoon tea: sweaters, collared shirts, slacks, walking shorts for men and similar attire for women. Dinner: resort casual, jackets and ties are optional.
Accessible parking; no step to upper dining room; three steps to lower dining room, which serves breakfast, luncheon, and dinner; no steps to Regency Lounge, which offers a light lunch; accessible restroom on first floor near Gift Shop; permanent ramp at East Lounge entrance.