Historical Dining

Combine Plimoth Plantation's expertise on 17th-century history with outstanding culinary resources, all in a beautiful ocean-side setting and you'll have an event you just couldn't have anywhere but here. 

Choose from these popular options:

Eat Like a Pilgrim

Learn the 17th-century table manners that the Pilgrims brought to Plymouth. You will don napkins, eat without a fork and discover how Myles Standish ate his porridge. Dinner includes a Plimoth Plantation Culinary Historian providing commentary and interpretation.

  • Sliced Turkey
  • Stewed Pompion
  • Indian Pudding
  • Cucumber Sallet
  • Chargers of Cheese & Fruit
  • Cheate Bread
  • Apple Cider
  • Butter
  • Salt

A Taste of Two Cultures

Sample a combination of both Native and Pilgrim cuisine

  • Sobaheg (native stew)
  • Roast Foul with Sauce
  • Fricassee of Fish
  • Seasonal Sallet
  • 17th Century Cheesecake
  • Mint Tea

Wampanoag Social Feast

Enjoy a traditional Native mea