Jamestown Settlement Cafe is located inside the Jamestown Living History Museum in Jamestown, Virginia.

The Cafe is a convenient restaurant for patrons visiting historic Jamestown. It specializes in providing all of the crowd favorites from gourmet pizzas, Angus burgers, freshly prepared subs, sandwiches and garden salads to homemade pulled pork sandwiches, mac 'n cheese, and classic Brunswick stew!

Jamestown Settlement Cafe is the #1 choice for catering to large groups including group tours and school groups visiting Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown. Contact us today for school group and group tour lunches and dinners in and around Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown. We also provide box lunches and bag lunches in and around Jamestown, Williamsburg, Yorktown and the greater Williamsburg, Virginia area.

Jamestown Settlement Cafe features incredible desserts from cakes and pies to homemade cookies. All meals come with beverage choices from fresh coffee, tea, milk, juices, water and fountain beverages.

Call us today to help you make your visit to Jamestown a complete package with a great meal to help make it a great visit to this beautiful and historic site! Call us at 757-253-2571 or visit the MENU page to download all of our school group menus.


Jamestown History
In 1607, 13 years before the Pilgrims landed in Massachusetts, a group of 104 English men and boys began a settlement on the banks of Virginia's James River. They were sponsored by the Virginia Company of London, whose stockholders hoped to make a profit from the resources of the New World. The community suffered terrible hardships in its early years, but managed to endure, earning the distinction of being America's first permanent English colony.

The founding of Jamestown in 1607 sparked a series of cultural encounters that helped shape the nation and the world. Events and themes at Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center throughout 2007 marked the 400th anniversary of this momentous event and explored its role in the evolution of government, cultural and social institutions that characterize today's United States.


Located on Route 31 S. in the Jamestown Settlement Living History Museum.

Mailing address:
140 Second Street
Williamsburg, Va 23185
757-253-2571
fax: 757-221-7021