Its a really intriguing bar/eatery. The menu was nothing to write home about. They had a buffet that none of our group of 10 tried as it didnt look appetizing. However most people there were eating from it. The artifacts, and history of this place make it worth the trip hands down. Its a really neat experience to see the original tunnel (even though its only a small portion) and se the original house from several hundred years ago. A must see if you like history
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