My husband and I met on Valentine's Day in 1969 so we decided to beat the rush (and use a BOGO not valid on holidays) and dine at the Olde Hitching Post the night before.
We shared 2 appetizers, the Spinach Pie and the Autumn Salad, they alone could have fed us but we then ordered the Breaded Haddock and the Seafood Platter. The food was just delicious. The wait staff couldn't have been more attentive and the evening was just what we wanted except for two things.
One was a mirror on the back wall that my husband found a distraction as the moves of diners behind him would catch his eye and draw his attention even though he tried not to notice. The other was a couple at the table just before ours who spent our entire meal time (they were done but not departed) talking across the room (albeit, it's a small room) about their trip to Italy. It was very tempting to ask the wait staff or ask them directly to take their conversation into the bar or at least sit at the same table as the folks they were talking to but we just kept quite and tried to pretend it wasn't an imposition to try to carry on our own conversation above theirs. I can tell you they enjoyed their trip and found the Europeans very friendly.
Other than that, dine at the Olde Hitching Post. You'll be glad you did.