We had a pretty decent dinner here. I had a blackened chicken with veggies and French onion soup as a starter and all were great. Prices for the entrees averaged about 15 or 16 dollars, which is steep for what it is, but I found was in line with most of the restaurants in town that cater to tourists. They also have an excellent selection of local beers on tap, including an awesome oatmeal stout. We returned the next morning for breakfast however this experience was not as enjoyable. I had a rather small and sad looking portion of scrambled eggs, potatoes and toast for $12. Also ordered a side of biscuits which were definitely store bought and came overly microwaved. Yikes...get me to a Waffle House!!! As noted by other reviewers, this place is your only option for breakfast in the lower town as no place else opens before about 11:00, so if you're staying in the lower town without a car, you might want to bring a few granola bars to tide you over until lunch time.
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