Plenty of places to eat in Colonial Williamsburg - this is the Brick House Tavern - not a tavern originally, it was built some time in the 1720s for one Dr. Carter. In 1770 it was advertised as being a lodging house with 12 or 14 rooms. It was operated as the Brick House Tavern from 1771 to 1773. Subsequently ownership was divided and the house was used for a variety of purposes. In 1842 most of the street was destroyed by fire. I assume that it was restored as a tavern when Colonial Williamsburg was recreated in the 1920s.
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