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“A good experience”
Review of Rye Tavern

Rye Tavern
Ranked #14 of 215 Restaurants in Plymouth
Cuisines: American
Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed October 11, 2012

Not your traditional restaurant, takes you "back in time", with its charm and historical roots. Food is from farm to table, the corn soup was delicious! Salads beautifully prepared. Enjoyed this for a light dinner. They have a small bar area, 10-12 seats. I can see going back on a day that I want to feel the warmth of this unique setting. Maybe hard to find for some, on dirt road of Old Sandwich Roa, but going through the Pine Hills community makes it easy and you stay on pavement.

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Thank Mary M
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Reviewed October 9, 2012

Recently dined again at the Rye.Ate al fresco on the newly constructed patio, amid a beautiful vegetable and herb garden. Small white lights, as did a fire pit, added to the outdoor atmosphere. Food is always fresh, creative, and superbly displayed. Seared scallops with lobster risotto are fresh and bursting with flavor. Ask for Suzanne...best waitress in town! Have dined there at least a dozen times and have never been disappointed. Tavern also offers a great weekend brunch.

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2  Thank Rozydozy
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Reviewed September 18, 2012 via mobile

While situated in the middle of nowhere, it is a very relaxing setting/destination. They change up the menu on a fairly regular basis, so there's not a whole lot of point in saying what we ate. But what we had was all very flavorful. They use all organic foods, or grow what they can themselves. For the more adventuresome diner as they have a lot of non standard foods on the menu.

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Thank Naturepatch
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Reviewed September 9, 2012

I say "hidden". We came to the Rye Tavern via a back road. Beautiful, forest drive. Not knowing the area, when we finally arrived at the Rye Tavern, at the end of a long dirt driveway, it appeared to be in the middle of nowhere. Not so as we discovered on the ride back. Close to the convenient highway- although the back road was more fun. Regardless of how you get there, JUST GET THERE! This picturesque Tavern is not to be missed. Pastoral setting with rustic, yet sophisticated, upscale menu. Great wine list. I believe they grow almost all (if not all the veggies) on site. Everything is presented beautifully. Service is excellent. Portions were good size. Brussel sprouts are amazing. Salads incredibly fresh and creative. Only "yuck" of the night (waitress claimed it is a favorite) was the baked mussels in the cheesy, cream sauce. Heavy and flavorless. Seafood dishes- raw and cooked- all perfect. Great food and wine aside, sitting on the outdoor patio at sundown is the best part. By the time we left at 7:30, the place was really jumping. Seems like they get a good local bar crowd as well. Don't miss it.

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Thank allisonsavvytraveler
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Reviewed August 27, 2012

We were seated at a window seat for two which was over an a/c outlet but the wait staff were accommodating. Our table still had rice or some grain from a previous diner. The menus were dirty and stained. The bathroom had no toilet tissue. All can be excused to some point. We ordered and were extremely pleased with the appetizer of roasted brussel sprouts. It sort of ended there. The main entrees were overdone is spices and sauces. For a place that touts organic, I would have expected healthier, outstanding entrees. Too bad. For the price it was definitely not my choice. We shall not return but i am sure there are those who would enjoy it.

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