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Welcome to Waypoint
A Celebration of the Chesapeake,
A Celebration in Food
The Waypoint menu is a celebration of Chesapeake ingredients and includes items grown at local farms and caught in regional waters. The pure flavors and rich ingredients presented in the seasonally changing entrees represent modern regional American cuisine with classical culinary roots.
Recipes. Fresh ideas. Features on the farmers and fishermen we support and highlight in our menus. That’s what you’ll find in the Waypoint news area. Click over. Get to know us. Try some recipes we share at home. And then come visit and tell us all about it!
Waypoint is located in Williamsburg’s Quarterpath Crossing at the intersection of Kingsmill and Route 199, next to the Harris Teeter. The interior décor is contemporary yet comfortable, featuring original works from regional artists – highlighting the Tidewater influence.
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Our favorite restaurant in the Williamsburg area! We’ve been coming here for three years, and it never fails to please us. From Tina the hostess, to Howard the manager, and every server that we have encountered, this place is definitely first class!
Waypoint Seafood and Grill has become our go-to special night out restaurant. Whether it’s a romantic night out with my husband, or an evening with friends, Waypoint has never disappointed. The cuisine is always fresh, local and comes with a story! Go. Go often. Try something new each time. And don’t worry about saving room for dessert. You’ll find the room because every bite is just. That. Good.
Stephanie Heinatzfriend to Waypoint
This splendid establishment reminds me a bit of a few restaurants visited in Europe. It all is so gloriously shown by the creative & sumptuous cuisine. They are regionally known here for their seafood and Chesapeake items, their amazing brunch, European creations, and some delicious Virginian fare.