The atmosphere here is quaint and if I lived closer, I'd have a regular spot at the bar. We've been here many time and the food is quite good and the service has always been excellent.
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Such a special place. It was a stagecoach depot in the late 1700's. Kept the old time feel and quaintness of the era. The food was excellent and the prices very good. I can recommend the quiche of the day with the spinach salad, so...More
I ate here at a rehearsal dinner: 26 of us were in a private room, albeit with no door or even screens to shut out noise and with a through-path from the kitchen to much of the rest of the dining room. Everyone was happy...More
Small town atmosphere and a nice place to have a pub style dinner. Got a burger and it was good. They actually have a good beer selection as well.
I hadn't eaten here since the restaurant was rebuilt after a fire, but they did an amazing job rebuilding it to be like the old one, only better. The food was good, with good size portions and the service also good. It's a little noisy...More
Old. Very old. From the stage coach days. In fact, one of the roads leading to this place is called "The Charlton Stage Road." My first encounter happened in 1988. We had a party for out-of-town guests in "The Rose Room," a dining area that...More
Called ahead for a reservation because of the size of our party(5). Seated right away. Waitress pleasant however, she was not as attentive as we are used to here. We waited for some time before our dinner order was taken. Unfortunately, it took over an...More
Nice plesant atmossphere. Service was timely and pleasant. Entrees were nicely prepared and presented. Rather ordinary, nothing special. I had pork special and wife enjoyed her sirloin beef tips. Enjoyable but We expected more.