The restaurant is located at the end of the historic dirt path called Old Sandwich Road. Once you get there you are greeted by a antique house built in the 1790's now occupied by the Rye Tavern.
The restaurant is a unique blend of outdoor space occupied by a significant bar with a large screen TV and patio dinning area and a quant indoor dining experience in the antique house.
The menu is weighted toward seafood but there are several dishes for meat lovers too. We visited with friends and every meal was first rate. Of particular note was the sea bass and salmon dishes. Overall the food was worthwhile fine dinning. The service was also first rate along with the atmosphere. If there is one negative of note it would be the sound volume of the indoor dining space. We sat next to a group of six men and had a difficult time hearing each other speak. The low ceilings of this historic house make for a noisy experience. That aside it is definitely worth the visit!