The atmosphere is worth the trip. We went for breakfast and it was not expensive. The square (nearly flat) biscuits are sometimes called "Railroad Biscuits" and the salty ham makes the Williamsburg experience seem genuine. We will go back, and it was fun to look around the gift shop after eating. They don't really have many antiques for sale which the outdoor sign says, but what they did have seemed reasonably priced. The cat mascot was on duty!
We loved eating at the Cook Out in Williamsburg, Va. today. My granddaughter had hot dog and fries, I had the most delicious bar b q that I have ever eaten.Food and service is great and prices are very reasonable. I can't wait to eat there again. I would recommend this to everyone.
I'm not a huge Taco Bell fan, but the food at the John Tyler location is great! It's nice and fresh, which is not common (at least not from the Taco Bell's I'm accustomed to). The workers are all so very friendly and pleasant, which makes things even better!