We ate here one night during a visit to Lexington in 2006. Based on reviews, I thought it would be a good place to sample local traditional dishes. The food was hearty, simple, casual pub/bistro fare; not sophisticated by any means, but tasty and well prepared. It's the type of place that considers mac 'n cheese to be a vegetable. I had the Hot Brown sandwich, which was an enormous platter of turkey and ham swimming in cream sauce and topped with melted cheese and bacon. I have since learned that it wasn't the "historic" recipe, but a plainer version--which didn't stop me from devouring it. My friend had a burger and reported it was fine. For dessert, the pies, which come from Missy's, are scrumptious... IF you have room. The evening made a nice contrast to the fancier restaurants where we went the other nights.
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