My family has been dining at the Publick House for more than 50 years, and it has been a consistent performer through most of those decades. If you haven't been to the Publick House before, it is an old, old Inn, with odd-shaped rooms, low ceilings and interesting nooks and crannies to explore. The main bar on the first floor is a delight, with a large selection of single-malt scotches and antique fire arms. The main dining rooms (on the street level, entering from the front) are the real-deal: 200 years old, with wide floor board and Hitchcock furniture. Most recently, we just had my niece's wedding at the Publick House, with about 100 guests, and the restaurant handled it gracefully. The food was tasty (I particularly enjoyed my salmon); they accommodated special meal requests smoothly, the bar was speedy and the prices were competitive. The baked goods are excellent and the staff was highly trained and professional. Two thumbs up for the Publick House!
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