I returned to the Woodstock Inn just prior to Christmas for lunch with friends, this having been a favorite location for many years.
While the quality of the food has not changed, and still remains very good, it is no longer the best price in this rather expensive Village. Unfortunately, The Tavern has joined the rest of the restaurants in town as being priced to the well-heeled tourist [something which has always been the case in their lodging costs]. This is a post-Irene change, as the Inn had been known as the most reasonably priced lunch spot in the Village for many years.
The luncheon menu is still imaginative and well prepared, with a range of selections which would appeal to all tastes, including children. The staff is friendly and attentive, though our server was slightly off rhythm as he had just arrived back from the West Coast on a 'red-eye' that morning. The only real complaint from any in the group was that a couple of the 'soup of the day' selections were rather salty; so, if you're on a sodium controlled diet, I would ask before ordering.
The atmosphere of the Inn and Tavern was very holiday, and provided a pleasant background for the lunch. And, regardless of the price, it still remains the best tasting lunch in Woodstock.
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