My husband and I were guests at the inn for 5 days and ended our stay having dinner in their piano bar. We started our evening in the bar where the bartender was wonderful and friendly. The selection of liquors was also very impressive. We had reservations to be seated in the dining room, but were enjoying the conversation with others in the bar so much we stayed there to eat. The full menu was offered there as well as the dining room. They had several appetizer platters to choose from. We got the the Tel Aviv Plate which included a generous helping of hummus, tehina, lebane, and tabouli - all of which were homemade and from the owners personal recipes. There were also olives, stuffed grape leaves and pickled peppers. Our intent was to have this and then dinner, but were so full after finishing the plate, we skipped dinner. My husband had the tomato basil soup in addition to the plate and enjoyed every last drop. We were perfectly situated to be able to both carry on conversation without having to yell and clearly hear the live jazz music going on in the adjacent lounge. My husband and I look forward to our next stay and meal at the Gateway.