Outstanding restaurant - - - glad to see that it has not changed in the ten years since I last ate here. The inne is an old house converted to a restaurant, so there are several rooms of varying sizes, and the bar is in the basement. Rooms can get a bit noisy/crowded on weekend nights, but the hostess can put you in a smaller room with mostly couples if you ask. Parking is limited. Food was outstanding, from the clam chowder and lobster lollipops to the blackjack sirloin and the key lime pie. Our waitress was cheery, attentive, and helpful, and the four of us had a wonderful time. We will be back soon.
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