Although a quick Internet search disproves their assertion "Oldest Inn in the United States," this place certainly deserves its place in colonial history and current recognition for fine establishment. My wife and I were pleased with both of our dishes, the salmon salad and trout salad, although I though my trout could have been made with more finesse and accompanied salad could have had more dressing. Each of our ordered wine glasses with the brunch were tasty: mine was expected from Herman J. Weiman Reisling from the finger lakes region in NY, but also my lady's champagne turned out fine for the price point. We ate in the sun room which had the cleanest windows ever- and I thought we were dining in the open air. Our young servers were attentive. The meat of the place had rather low ceiling beams, but not terribly so, and i noticed they had a picture showing that the Clinton's dined there August 2008. We recommend it. Sorry I wasn't able to tke pictures... Especially because we were in town on such a beautiful day.
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