A friend and I traveled about 30 miles to eat lunch here after learning about it at a workshop called "Dining with History". The distance was well worth it. From the moment we entered the restaurant to the moment we left we were extremely pleased. The hostess greeted us warmly and showed us several rooms to choose from. We sat in the Library where we were greeted by a friendly, knowledgeable, very attentive waitress by the name of Sharon. She took our order promptly and our meals came right away. I had a turkey sandwich with sprouts, avocado, lettuce and tomato on a delicious multi-grain bread. I also had sweet potato fries that were excellent. I loved my meal as did my friend who ordered the lobster roll sandwich. After lunch we were given a tour of the upstairs rooms which were beautiful. I will definitely be going back!
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