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From journal Week in Williamsburg
by Rose (Bud)
March 22, 2004
The food is delicious. At dinner, a meat lover’s calzone for $8.99 could feed two generously – it’s full of meat and vegetables and served with marinara sauce. For $9.99, I got three huge ricotta-stuffed manicotti, topped with fresh sweet tomato sauce and accompanied by bread and salad. The house dressing comes in a huge cruet – shake it well and enjoy the distinctive flavour. We started our meal with deep-fried ravioli in a spicy coating. Italian wines and beer are reasonably priced and available by the glass. The red Lambrusco is poured in the kitchen and served cold, just the way it would be in your Italian neighbour’s kitchen. Fresh espresso or cappuccino rounds out the meal. Who has room for the desserts, even though they look great?
Service is efficient and makes you feel like part of the family. Don’t be afraid to ask your waiter or waitress for advice on what to order – they’ll be glad to suggest a great meal and send the leftovers home for an "Italian breakfast" the next day. Sal’s by Victor is well worth going out of your way to visit if you’re in the Williamsburg area!
From journal Why visit Williamsburg in December?
by Mike Sweeney
Belmont, New Hampshire
October 27, 2003
They had plenty of delicious-looking food, but on the night we went we just wanted something quick.
From journal Seeing Colonial Williamsburg
January 19, 2003
From journal Colonial Williamsburg At Christmas