I hadn't been in several years and our god-daughter happened to be vacationing in Lincoln.
We decided to take her out for dinner and visit for awhile and thought it would be a good spot to meet. We arrived early and decided to sit in the lounge and order drinks while awaiting their arrival. The lounge is very rustic as, it's located in an old barn attached to the farmhouse which serves as the main dinning area.
They had a very inviting fire blazing in the huge stone fireplace. As soon as we took our seats we were greeted by a very friendly waitress that asked if we would like anything. I ordered a mixed drink and my wife ordered a glass of the house Riesling. Both drinks arrived in short order & were excellent! They had a rather large cheese table set up for the lounge customers which had a rather sizable block of cheddar, crackers & bread.
Our guests arrived shortly and also ordered from the bar. Again the drinks quickly appeared as we sat and caught up. Our tables were ready on time and we were told they would hold them for us and they would be ready whenever we were ready to make the move.
Once seated our waiter arrived immediately, introduced himself and told us about the daily specials. One of our party asked about a gluton free menu which the waiter produced in short order. It proved rather extensive with a good variety from which to choose. She ordered the Yankee Pot Roast two of us ordered the scallop special and the other salmon. We promptly received a warm bread basket with two types of bread. The meals came quickly, were served hot and all were average to a bit above average. Our waiter was attentive, freindly and informative throughout the meal. All-in-all is was very pleasant experience and I wouldn't hesitate returning.
We both decided, the next time we'd like to try the lounge menu, sit by the fire and possibly watch a game on the big screen.
Definately worth a visit especially for a light meal in the lounge area.