My husband and I stopped in for an early Sunday dinner, as the cafe we like up the street was closed for a few days. I did not care for the dark, low ceiling and depressing atmosphere. I realize it is supposed to be a colonial experience, but I did not care for it at all.
Our table was dirty, had sticky food all over it, the service was friendly enough, but very, very slow. The food was practically inedible. We both ordered the Pilgrim's feast and it was so heavily salted that I could hardly choke it down. The glassware (both times) was not clean and I thought the menu was very limited and rather expensive. All of the appetizers and sandwiches were as much as most of the entrees. The next day, I had horrible stomach pains, I will not go back.