We wanted to like it, but the food was just a little to weird for us. We have eaten there on previous trips and the first time it was very good, but since then the quality of the food has fallen off.
The location and the building are very nice, a rustic cabin 18th century feel with plenty of parking.
We stopped for lunch and my wife and I had a bowl of "clam" chowder and split a Reuben sandwich. I say clam chowder, but it didn't taste like any clam chowder we have ever tasted,and we have sampled a lot of New England Clam Chowder. The taste was more along the lines of a mix between navy bean soup and clam chowder. We were told there were several different spices that were included in the soup (like an old family recipe), but that just didn't cut it.
The waiter was great. The sandwich OK, but the third trip to the tavern will be our last.
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