I had been here many years ago and remembered it as a fun experience but wanted to give it another go. We took the scenic Rt1 69 drive to get here. The building is a converted barn and very interesting inside. Lots of memorabilia. There is a main dining room, plus smaller more intimate rooms. We chose to eat outside overlooking the barnyard, countryside and river. The lunch menu only has maybe 5 or 6 choices and no prices. We had read a review that the lunch entree was $10-15 so we weren't overly concerned. There were 4 soup choices also. They are famous for their Hallandale hash which I had and my dining partner had salmon. Both were excellent and beautifully served. The service was great and friendly. 2 entrees and one soup came to a little over $40. Highly recommend for a Sunday drive and nice lunch in the CT "Quiet Corner".
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.