We recently stopped by the famed House of Ludington for a late afternoon appetizer and glass of wine. Although the restaurant has a long and storied reputation it was our first chance to dine there. We sat in the pub area (as opposed to the dining room) in a cozy booth; nice atmosphere, but a bit of a musty smell. We ordered the beef quesadillas, which were very good. The wine list was adequate, and the pours were a bit on the light side. This was certainly not a complete dining experience, and while it was acceptable it was nothing to write home about.
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