Dining Off Campus, A Few of My Favorites

As I was looking through the Class of 2015 Facebook page I noticed that people were interested in good places to eat off campus in Williamsburg. Dining off campus is a treat and a good change of pace from the dining halls here on campus. Surrounding our campus there a lot of good places to grab a cheap bite to eat so I listed some of those places below. Also to give you an idea of the price range of each place I gave the cheapest spots $ and the most expensive $$$$.

Paul’s Deli – A favorite spot for students, this deli serves hot and cold subs as well as great pizza. $$$
761 Scotland Street

Green Leafe Deli – Known around campus for their great burgers and large selection of draft beer. $$$
765 Scotland Street

College Deli – Another great option for students, serves hot/cold subs as well as pizza. $$
336 Richmond Road

Short Stop Deli – Serves fantastic fresh and deli sandwiches. $$
4324 Newtown Avenue C-2

Manhattan Bagel – A great breakfast spot, with a wide selection bagels and sandwiches. $$
1437 Richmond Road

Retros – A classic style diner serving burgers, fries, hot dogs, and draft root beer. $$
435 Prince George Street

Aromas – A coffee shop in colonial Williamsburg with a great selection of sandwiches and desserts. $$$
431 Prince George Street

Cheese shop – A staple of colonial Williamsburg, the Cheese Shop makes fresh sandwiches on great provide as well as having a wide selection of specialty cheeses. Be sure to try their famous house dressing. $$$
410 W Duke of Gloucester St

Doraldo’s – Fantastic pizza by the slice with a great college atmosphere. $
206 Armistead Ave

Berrybody – Fresh frozen yogurt with fresh fruit make for a delicious combination. $$
445 Prince George St

Sno to Go – A great way to cool down on a hot day. Serving original flavors of Italian ice mixed with soft serve ice cream makes for a great treat.$$
2229 Richmond Rd.

Gus’s Hot Dog King – A great value where you can get a dog with the works not to mention a great milkshake. $
2227 Richmond Road

– David Murphy ’12

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