It's like going back to the colonial days when you enter the door of the Milepost. High pitched wooden beamed ceilings, small intimate rooms, candles in the windows. Hubby and I sat at the bar for a few drinks and some chowder. The chowder was very good, nice and thick. The bartender was nice, she seemed a bit flaky, but she was friendly to customers. She forgot our crackers but quickly got them when we asked. It was a Saturday night and the bar was packed. They also have tables in the bar area rather close together, so it's a pretty tight fit, but I guess that adds to the coziness. The bathroom had a pinkish/baby blue tile coloring, could use some updating. We've only ever gone to sit at the bar so I can't comment on the meals or the dining room. However, the person next to us had a salad that looked really good. Prices were a bit on the pricey side, but then again, it is Duxbury. The piano player is a nice touch. Overall, it's a charming tavern and we'll be back.
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