About Blue Talon Bistro
Blue Talon Bistro offers a rare combination of casual comfort and quality that makes both newcomers and regulars feel completely at ease.
Chef David Everett’s focus on Serious Comfort Food gives him and his staff the chance to offer both traditional favorites and original creations that demonstrate both his renowned culinary talent and insight into modern dining.
An innovative wine list, outstanding service and a warm and inviting atmosphere complete the picture, leaving guests eager to return for another visit.
What Our Customers Are Saying
★★★★★The Blue Talon Bistro has the best atmosphere, the best price for as spectacular as the food is!!! It literally is the best food I have ever tasted!!!! I live in Montana, and have been there twice, and if I was rich enough, I would fly there every week just to eat there!!! Best and favorite place ever!!!
★★★★★Nice atmosphere, although the tables are a little close to one another. Makes it easier to eavesdrop on the conversation at the next table if you’re getting a little bored. Seriously, the service was great, our meal was delivered to us quickly, and the food was delicious. My friend and I shared a brownie for dessert – and it was still too much for us to finish off! I will definately visit the Blue Talon again!
★★★★★We had heard so many good things about Blue Talon. We just went for drinks as a birthday treat. We sat at bar because we are bar people. Sitting at bars, you can tell a fair amount about a place by the selection of spirits behind the bar. I was very impressed in that I had never tried quite a few of the types I saw. My wife had one of the best glasses of wine she has found in our 3 years in Williamsburg. I tried a whiskey recommended by the bar tender. We also tried a selection of cheeses. Looking around us, we were impressed with the energy of the place and the friendliness of the staff. Blue Talon is quite pricey, but we will definitely consider for special occasions.
★★★★★Yum, yum, yum. A cute little place in Williamsburg to stop for lunch or dinner. It was close to the bed and breakfast we stayed in when we visited Colonial Williamsburg, and it’s a cheaper alternative to many of the historic taverns and other pricey restaurants in the area. The French Onion Soup is an amazing starter, and you will not go wrong if you finish with the Creme Brûlée. The lovely French decor in this place is a real bonus to the whole dining experience. This place is great for a lunch or dinner when you’re in Colonial Williamsburg.