We didn't stay here at the inn but we ate in the restaurant. It is fine, elegant dining to the max. The dining room we were in was dripping with opulence. The meal is served in 5 courses: an appetizer, soup, salad, entrée, and dessert. Every course is meticulously portioned out. Not too big and not too small so by the time your dessert comes out you are ready to dig into it. The portions are not nearly as huge as some reviewers on here have mentioned. It is extremely quiet so it does make it kind of hard to relax and chat with others at your table knowing that right next to you is a table of strangers. The food was absolutely delicious and cooked and seasoned perfectly. Restaurant 1818 isn't the type of place I would want to go to too often but for a special occasion it is perfect.
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