You can almost miss this place, sitting right on River Road a little north of New Hope proper. They don't have a big neon sign announcing their presence. But the old stone barn is practically sitting in the road, and if you look closely you'll see the little wooden sign over the door announcing The Inn at Phillip's Mill. Inside, low ceilings with whitewashed beams and country plaid curtains continue the ambience of an old farm house. The cuisine is French and fantastic! It was 4th of July and late in the day, but we enjoyed the Terrine Maison and a special salad made with a dozen varieties of locally grown greens topped with roasted nuts and gorgonzola dressing. For entrees, we chose pork tenderloin with a fig cream and duck au jus. Everything was mouth-watering and satisfying. The only off note was that the staff seemed overworked and harassed. They were pleasant and efficient enough, but seemed so busy that you hated to stop someone to ask for more water. Hopefully, they were just short-staffed that day. SPECIAL NOTE: They don't take credit cards, so make sure to bring plenty of cash.
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