DoubleTree by Hilton Williamsburg Offers Thanksgiving Buffet Complete With Take-Home Option

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Holiday celebration includes no charge for taking home leftovers holiday favorites

Celebrate Thanksgiving at DoubleTree by Hilton Williamsburg, one of the area’s most popular spots for the holidays, where families will enjoy unlimited favorites plus the opportunity to package up extra turkey, sides or desserts to enjoy at home at no extra charge.

The hotel will host its glorious Thanksgiving buffet on Thursday, November 24, 2016 from 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Adults are $41.95 and children are $12.95. Children five and under are free.

Reservations are required by calling (757) 220-2500.

DoubleTree by Hilton Williamsburg’s Thanksgiving spectacular features a carving station with unlimited servings of Herb Roasted Turkey with Pan Gravy, Smithfield Spiral Ham and Garlic Studded Prime Rib.

A generous selection of sides include Scratch Cornbread and Sage Stuffing, Home Style Mac & Cheese, Brown Butter and Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Candied Sweet Potato Soufflé with Marshmallows and Pecans, Local Slow-Simmered Collard Greens with Smoked Pork Belly, and Sautéed Greens Beans with Caramelized Onions and Roasted Red Peppers.

Fresh desserts include Warm Cinnamon Apple Cobbler, Farmer Pecan and Pumpkin Pies
Chocolate, Carrot and Red Velvet cakes, and Old-Fashion Banana Pudding.

The buffet also will offer a selection of assorted fall salads: Kale, Bacon, and Blue Cheese Pasta Salad, Cinnamon-Scented Roasted Vegetables with Toasted Pine Nuts, and Toasted Butternut Squash and Couscous and Field Green Salad.

Best of all, there’s no charge for taking home leftovers of your holiday favorites.

DoubleTree by Hilton Williamsburg is located at 50 Kingsmill Road near Pocahontas Trail.

The hotel is owned by Waramaug Hospitality LLC and a private investment group in a joint venture with Interstate Hotels & Resorts which also operates the hotel.

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Bernard Kaplan