We have eaten at the Harvest Moon Inn every year or so over the past six years as we have friends in the area. Last night (Saturday, 1/12/2013) we ate in the Tavern room. There were five of us and we had a delightful evening.
All of us enjoyed our meal—my daughter and I had the “special” rib eye steak—other entrees included the Chilean sea bass, and a salmon dish. The service was as good as it gets. Our table was visited by at least five different waitresses/servers over the course of the evening. From our waitress, Amy, to the others who were either replacing silverware between courses, delivering food as it was ready, or filling water glasses, their attention never left us wondering where any of our service was.
The time between the appetizers and the delivery of our entrees was somewhat extended. So what? Why bother to enjoy dinner with close friends if there are not interludes where drinks can be refreshed and conversation continued with only casual server interruptions?
Notably, our table of five was comfortably spaced within the tavern, an aspect of dining that is so very important to me. Is there any aspect of dining more disappointing than banging elbows with strangers at an adjacent table?
Pleased with our dinners, deserts, and especially the service, we left a better-than-average tip, which had the evening dinner cost at $80 per person.
We are all sincerely looking forward to our next rendezvous at The Harvest Moon Inn.
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