The Mellow Mushroom is coming to Williamsburg. The location will be down the street from William & Mary University, where Gray’s father studied. It is a Veteran-owned restaurant. The menu is very unique. The food is prepared with local, seasonal ingredients. It is served in a rustic setting that makes for a pleasant dining experience.

Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers

Funky Pizzeria in Williamsburg serves craft beer and stone-baked pizzas. This pizzeria is a chain that offers creative stone-baked pizza, calzones, and craft beer. It has an extensive menu. There are several options for vegetarians and vegans.

The food at Mellow Mushroom is unique and varies depending on the store. Its menu includes appetizers like Magic Mushroom soup and garlic cheese bread. Other dishes include “Thai Dye” pizza and oven-roasted wings. It also offers vegetarian options and craft cocktails. The restaurant also offers catering services.

The decor at Mellow Mushroom is inspired by the neighborhood. While some locations reflect the local community, others draw from the 1980s. The Newport News location, for example, pays tribute to the navy. The Williamsburg location reflects the College of William and Mary’s presence and the British influence in Colonial Williamsburg.

While Grace Murray ’19 has not been to the Williamsburg location, she has already visited the original location in Charlottesville. Since the Crust closed in 2017, students are grateful to have another pizza option close to campus. The new location will open October 8th. Its owners are retired Navy aviators.

The restaurant is located near the College of William & Mary in the historic Merchant’s Square area of Williamsburg. It will feature a 3,800-square-foot restaurant and 1,000-square-foot patio. Menu items include gourmet pizza, calzones, and salads. The restaurant already has three other locations in the Richmond area and one in Newport News.

Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers is a unique place to get a great slice of pizza. Located near Colonial Williamsburg Merchant’s Square, the pizzas at Mellow Mushroom offer a dining experience unlike any other. The restaurant is located on two locations, including the one near Williamsburg College, where one of its owners received his college degree.

In addition to their delicious handcrafted pizzas, Mellow Mushroom also serves handcrafted beer. You can try Palmer’s Porter, a full-bodied lager that was specially created for the grand opening last fall. Other options include Billsburg Bettsburg Wit and Devil’s Backbone Vienna Lager. The Free Verse IPA by Virginia Beer Company is also a good choice.

The Williamsburg Mellow Mushroom restaurant will have seating for two hundred and twenty-nine people. It will also have a patio and a bar. It is estimated that the business will generate $470,000 in the first three years. Williamsburg Mellow Mushroom is also expected to employ 75 people, mostly in their early to mid-twenties.

Unique menu

With its unique menu, Mellow Mushroom has a little something for everyone. It offers everything from wings and pretzels to salads and hoagies. They even offer t-shirts featuring their unique art aesthetic. The menu changes seasonally but the premise is the same.

Mellow Mushroom is a local favorite in Colonial Williamsburg. The restaurant is situated near the College of William & Mary and is home to some of the best pizza in the Hampton Roads region. Founded in 1974 in Atlanta, the Mellow Mushroom has restaurants in 21 states.

With more than two hundred locations throughout the world, Mellow Mushroom offers delicious food in an exciting and unique environment. In addition to pizza, they offer salads, hoagies, and calzones. They also offer an extensive selection of beers. The interior design of Mellow Mushroom is eye-catching.

Veteran-owned restaurant

Veteran-owned restaurant at Mellow Mushroom Williamsburg will offer fresh, stone-baked pizzas. The menu is varied depending on location and may feature a variety of “munchies” such as wings and pretzels. Customers can also enjoy a variety of soups and salads, hoagies, and sweets.

The new restaurant is part of a new shopping and dining complex in Williamsburg. It will include Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers, the Williamsburg Winery, and Modvintique Interiors. Although the restaurant is a national chain, the Williamsburg location is locally owned. The restaurant will have three-hundred square feet of dining space and a 1,000-square-foot patio. During the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Colonial Williamsburg officials and Gray Nelson joined the owners of the new business. The company, which also has a Newport News location, is a veteran-owned business, and will provide employment opportunities to veterans in the area.

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