The restaurant is located in a colonial mill, which has terrific atmosphere. There are two eating spaces - one is a more formal dining room upstairs, the other a less formal tavern downstairs. However, the staff are flexible and allowed us to order from either menu, regardless of where we sat. Both rooms have a terrific, cozy, colonial feeling to them. The waitstaff were attentive and friendly. Cocktails were expertly prepared, and the wine was quite good as well. The quality of the meal was less consistent. Successes were the rack of lamb, which was tender and flavorful. The fish, less interesting. The pulled pork was tender, but the sauce pretty average. The rib eye steak was good. The side-dishes of vegetables were just generally not that great - I don't think that any of our party finished theirs. Finally, we ordered blueberry pie for desert, which was very tasty, but served ice cold. It would have been much better if warmed a bit. In short, great atmosphere. When ordering, stay focused on the meat dishes. The vegetables just need some work. Desert was good, just the wrong temperature.
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