During the Lewisburg Literary Festival we stopped in The Livery for a light supper. Other restaurants we had visited before were way overcrowded, so we opted for this new place. Checking the menu outside, we entered to find no hostess to seat us. Since it was crowded and dark inside, my husband moved to the porch to check the seating. A hostess appeared quickly and beckoned to him to return. He returned the beckon and we were eventually seated not at the table he found which was reserved but at the one next to it. Finally we settled on two appetizers: a cheese and fruit plate and trout fritters with horseradish sauce. He had a nice glass of wine and I had a beer (no drafts). We tried to order from the bar menu, but we were informed that you had to sit at the bar to order from the bar menu. The small bar was full.
The food and drinks were fine but not exceptional. The porch was very nice.
The Livery is obviously a "place to go" for locals in Lewisburg. If you are planning to spend some time over a leisurely, several course supper, you might try this place. Make sure your wallet is full!!
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