I've been going to the Wayside Inn for over 25 years, and the latest trip there was a bit of a disappointment. In the past I have always said that they had the best prime rib ever. I ordered it last week and while it was not bad, it was not up to the standard that they have set in the past. Don't get me wrong, it was still good, but not as tender as it used to be. Perhaps they're cutting back on the quality of the beef? The clam chowder was good, but they no longer have the Wayside Inn ale, instead it was Sam Adams lager. A bit disappointing overall.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Longfellow's Wayside Inn is a historic non-profit Massachusetts Landmark. The Inn, built in the early 1700s, has served travelers of the Boston Post Road from the colonial era to today.The Inn offers historically appointed guest rooms, a full restaurant and bar, picturesque function and dining rooms, an outdoor canopy tent, museum exhibits, and several acres of gardens, historical buildings, and walking trails. The Wayside Inn is the perfect place to hold parties and celebrations, weddings, family reunions, or quiet getaways. The Inn also hosts several special events each season, including concerts and food and drink festivals. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Longfellow`s Wayside Hotel Sudbury
- Longfellows Wayside Inn