We were traveling all day. After checking into our hotel, we needed a good meal. This was an excellent choice. We had a lot chose from. This reminded my wife and I of the diners we grew up with in NY. It what we needed after a long day.
We were looking for a place for the family to eat on a Friday night. There was a Christmas event up the street, so it was crowded when we got there. But we got a table and it soon cleared out. The food was excellent. The wait staff was attentive and really took care of our kids. They had a singer doing Christmas songs. He didn't know all the verses of Frosty, he still brought a big smile to my daughter's face.
We spent several nights here. We made several reservation because of their pricing. The nights that was were sure to stay, we got a lower non-returnable rate. The night that we weren't sure about because of traveling in November, we chose the option that allowed us to cancel. The staff at the front desk were really nice and took care of the multiple reservation. The whole staff there was good and friendly. When we needed to catch the train, they printed off directions for us.
We stayed here after a day at Busch Gardens. I was thinking La Quinta meant newer hotels. This one was old and run down. It's obvious it was another hotel chain before La Quinta took it over. The only problem with Williams burg is during the summer rooms are hard to come by.
We were looking for a place to gather and chat after a meeting; this wasn't the place. The main dining area is large and open. For a Monday night, there wasn't a large crowd but with the TVs, it was loud.
This has got to be one of the older Hooter in the chain. It's a bit on the small side but it still has the good food and cold beer that one expects from Hooter's.
We had some good meals here several times. They have plenty of bar food and so entree specials. But the best meal of the year is the St. Patrick's Day buffet. The corn beef is lean and practically no fat on it. It's going to get crowded so you better get there early.
This is one of our favorite places to go for lunch. I always get Hibachi chicken and a drink. It's about $7.50 and there is plenty of chicken, veggies, and rice. It's a great price for a fair amount of food. I go every chance I get.
This review is more from my 8 year old daughter's perceptive. She was invited to her friend's birthday party which was held here. We arrived and the craft table was setup to go. The staff was helping the girls start. When I got back in a hour or so, my daughter had pottery in the shape of a flower. She had a wonderful time. I talked to the birthday girl's mom. She was quite pleased on how the party turned out.
It's not like you going find this place just driving by. I found it cutting over from Route 70 over to the Bulls athlete park. However, it is the closet establishment of this type to the park.