I thought it was pricey - but it's a mountain town so I guess I shouldn't be surprised. My fish was awesome, it came with asparagus which was real nice and bread pudding which was pretty bland. My wife had the shrimp & grits, which tasted fine but was the consistency of chowder. Maybe that's how they do it out here but every other time I've seen it done it's much thicker. The best meal at our table was the mac & cheese my kid got - way impressed. Nice beer & wine selection - only drafts are from Avery Brewery, which makes good beer.
We had a very friendly & knowledgeable waiter, and the waiting time was just about right for the quality of food we got. The bill was $72 before tip for two adults & two kids, with no appetizers or desserts. It's a pretty small place too so if you are there during the busy season you might have a different experience with the service.
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