Started in 1985 by brothers from the Williamsburg area, the Second Street Restaurant is an American bistro serving up creative and tasty fare. The ... More
Second Street Restaurant
Started in 1985 by brothers from the Williamsburg area, the Second Street Restaurant is an American bistro serving up creative and tasty fare. The brunch menu is available only on Sundays, but lunch, dinner, and nighttime options are available the rest of the week. There is a wide range of entrees and a good choice of inventive salads. Delicious burgers have been voted the best in Williamsburg and the desserts are as sumptuous as they sound. Open late on Fridays and Saturdays, the restaurant becomes a great local hangout to drink and meet the locals.
Every year that we are in the Williamsburg area our son loves to stop here to eat. The prices are worth what you get to eat. The owner as well as the staff are very friendly. They all take the time to stop by your table and talk to the customers on a one to one basis.
Love Love Love this restaurant! If you are one who doesn't like a whole lot of spice though, this might not be for you. All others, get on in line, because you won't be disappointed! Second Street is always on our list when friends come to town.
food was ok and a bit creative but nothing super special. problem seemed to be under staffed or unorganized, take your pick, either or, the wait was long, they stacked our food up on top of each other so i was still cutting my 6 dollar lettuce wedge that got delivered with my french onion soup, when our entrees showed up. the register staff couldn't have been much better since they double charge me on one item and up charged me for and item that came with a the entree. all and all desert was at least what it should be and could have been even better if we didn't have to wait for the coffee sugar to show up. Go for desert and leave or bring a book to read and order one item at a time to ensure adequate time between courses and don't forget your wallet, you'll need it too!!
Outstanding restaurant. Wait staff was excellent, a Virginia Tech Marketing major, very attentive. Menu was diverse...I had salmon (as good as any Alaskan restaurant I've been in) and my wife had chicken pasta, both excellent. As Washington DC locals we have a good feel for good restaurants and this was as nice as any. Our appetizer was a knockoff from PJ Chang's lettuce wrapp only better, using grilled chicken slices,bib lettuce, crispy seaweed and sliced carrots/cucumbers...highly recommended for only $6. Only downgrade was the lighting was too harsh which effected the overall mode...needs table candles and maybe some soft live music. Highly recommendedover
I have eatten here often. Recent menu changes have not increased the food quality. It once was very good but the new menu is no better than a high school cafeteria. Some of the very good lunch items are no longer available.
My favorite restaurant is the Second Street Restaurant & Bar. Located just off Page Street (route 60 business) near Parkway Drive. Steaks and pasta, and huge shareable desserts. is the Second Street Restaurant & Bar. Located just off Page Street (route 60 business) near Parkway Drive. Steaks and pasta, and huge shareable desserts.
Again, the special education department went here to eat on a teacher workday. The food was great, if not a bit pricey. The waitress was attentive, didn't mix up our orders (we had a party of six, I believe) and didn't have a problem splitting the check six ways. I'd visit again, around payday. LOL
We've lived in Williamsburg for 2 years and for some reason just never got around to visiting Second Street Restaurant until recently. The atmosphere is casual , relaxed, fun. It's somewhat noisy near the bar but that wasn't a problem for us (family atmosphere but would work for a date night as well). The main attraction is the food - very fresh and delicious tasting dishes; diverse menu - something for everyone. The service was excellent. I may have developed a small crush on my waiter who cleaned up my spilled water with an adorable smile and sweet attitude. :) We'll definitely be back many times in the future.
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