I went to the Riverside Inn many times. I even attended a birthday party there where we had the whole place to ourselves. It had the best atmosphere; old pictures, antique furniture, a large walk out balcony overlooking the river and a history (built in 1923 and rumored to be haunted). The fried chicken was the best and it included grapes, cheese, crackers and olives as an appetizer (and of course the usual sides). I was highly disappointed when I went to Marleys. Their prices are outrageous compared to the prices at Riverside, which were very reasonable. Not to mention that the food quality wasn't even close to as good and it didn't include the grapes, cheese, crackers and olives. The atmosphere at Marleys is the same as the restaurant that was there before (nothing special). Tearing down the riverside inn was a horrible mistake, it was definitely something special. I will not be eating at Marleys again because the one time I ate there I felt robbed. I miss Riverside and I'm sure that I'm not the only one.
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