WOW… A Historic Virginia Restaurant Serves Recipes From The 1700s … You Have To Try It

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Tuck into a cozy corner or dine fireside at one of these Virginia taverns. In original buildings dating from the 1700s, these restaurant show off authentic period recipes, greet you with costumed waitstaff, or simply welcome you into a bygone time lost amid the neon lights of fast food joints. You’ll be intrigued as you dine your way through, as surprise menu items await. Cheers to great eats and atmosphere!

While many restaurants in Virginia boast a historic claim to fame, few take this identity as far as Michie Tavern. Located just outside of Charlottesville, this historic tavern has a cult-like following. In addition to period costumes and traditional decor, you’ll be delighted to discover that the kitchen serves recipes from the 1700s. Ready to enjoy this 18th-century experience? Here’s more on what you can expect from your visit to the famous Michie Tavern.

Located just a half a mile from Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, Michie Tavern is an iconic landmark in Charlottesville that allows visitors to step back in time in the most unusual way.

The tavern atmosphere hasn’t changed much at all since 1784, which only adds to the appeal. The moment you step inside, you’ll feel like you’ve arrived to the eighteenth century.

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