THIS IS A REVIEW OF THE BAR, not food or the Inn.
If you are in the area, you must stop by to check this place out and have a drink. This place oozes history. You can't help but wander who else has ate/drank here. They have an awesome display of antique guns and memorabilia dating back several centuries.
We came here as an after party for a wedding and had a blast. They had a live band with a couple of elder statesmen playing classics in a kind of Vegas-lounge style. Drinks were inexpensive ($6-7) and the bartenders did a good job keeping up.
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