Enjoyed a family lunch there today. This inn and restaurant was opened in 1776. Filled with pictures and models of old steamships, it is more a museum than a restaurant! We ate in the main dining room and all the pictures, brass bells, and old wood transported us back in time. We ordered the fried clam strips and a turkey club. Service was efficient and as quick as you would want for food made fresh to order. The clams were delicious, obviously prepared, breaded and fried on the premises. They came with fries and cole slaw. The turkey club was massive, tasty and included a salad, when our meal was finished we spent quite some time just looking around and enjoying ourselves. I will seriously consider coming back to stay at the inn and try some of their other dishes. The restrooms were modern and clean but there was tons of graffiti carved onto the wood. Unfortunate, but not a big deal. At 17.95 I thought the clams a little too pricy but others in our party didn't think so. If you have the chance to go to the Griswold, do it. You won't be sorry.
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