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Williamsburg, VA -- Thanksgiving Dinner?

rgustafs | Sep 24, 200304:33 PM     14

The ladies of my family will be traveling from DC to Williamsburg for Thanksgiving this year. (The men go deer hunting, btw.)

We will be staying at The Marriott at Ford's Colony so we can have some laid back breakfasts in the room. Lunch will probably be somewhere near wherever we end up, as we always fly by the seat of our pants. None of us are too into the colonial stuff, but I think we will use the day after Thanksgiving as the day we go to the historical area.

We plan to eat at Trellis on Friday night, but I am at a loss for where we should head for Thanksgiving supper. We are in it for the food. Two of us don't eat meat, but we do eat seafood.

King's Arms? Shield's? A buffet at Kingsmill? Help is needed.

Any other eats we shouldn't miss would be appreciated as well.

Thank you.

RG

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