We ate here 2 of the 3 nights we stayed at the Inn and the food was excellent. Each night started out with an amuse bouche which was quite good (it was actually the same on both nights (separated by a night) but that was fine) - the lobster bisque was delicious as was the bibb salad (very small, but perfect for me and well presented) -the first night I had the mushroom risotto which was excellent and the second night I had the beef tenderloin which was excellent. I only had a bite of dessert so hard to comment, but it looked good. Well stocked bar, nice service, tasty bread/butter and strong menu for the area. I don't think you'll find a better dinner place in this part of the state. If you eat a lot, it's worth it to get the 37 prix fixe which includes appetizer/soup/entre and dessert.
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