If you can just put up with the crowds and the faux-Frontier decor, there is some excellent food waiting for you here. We chose to make our first visit on a Friday night so as to take advantage of the locally-famous Fish Fry. The Fish Fry was indeed excellent, a delicate buttermilk batter, big portion of fish, and a choice of potato accompaniment, not just french fries. I chose the homefries and they were splendid. Choice of tossed salad or coleslaw...I chose coleslaw...again very good. And then along came a little bowl of maple-infused apple sauce...this seems to come with more or less every meal.
Wife enjoyed her rich Corn and Crab Chowder and ended up needing my help to finish her "small" Turkey Cobb Salad. This left her room for an incredibly rich slice of maple sugar/pecan pie.
The norms here seem to be (1) generous servings and (2) any dishes that can take advantage of Sprague's own specialities: Maple Syrup and its various byproducts, home-raised Turkeys, and Apples.
There was none of that rather stifling Christian Evangelical slant that tends to crop up in these "oldtime, family, down-on-the-farm" places: so while everyone around us seemed to be drinking nothing other than coffee, pop or apple cider, I managed to find a brief wine and beer list tucked away discretely within the dessert menu!@#$?? The big mugs of Yuengling draft went superbly well with my Fish Fry.