We wandered into the Gn. Lewis Inn for dinner on a recent visit to Lewisburg. We were early and it was not problem to be seated. The personnel were friendly and inviting. The tablecloths were a nice touch. We ordered grilled Rainbow trout which came with a small salad and 2 sides. The problem with the sides was that one of them had to be brussel-sprouts, no substitutions. We neither one wanted them, but they were on our plates. The rice side and the fish were very bland. The fish would have been flavorless with the over-abundance of salt! The baked sweet-potato was delicious, served with butter and brown sugar. At $50 (for 2) we think we could have done better. Overall we were not impressed enough to return to the Gn. Lewis Inn, no would we suggest others try it.
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