I visited The Tavern for lunch with a group. While not my first visit to Old Salem itself, this was my first time eating at The Tavern. All in all it was a wonderful experience. The staff was dressed in period costumes and were very friendly and attentive.
The food was wonderful. I ordered the Roasted Turkey, Brie and Fig on Ciabatta. I was a little worried about the fig, but it was sweet and very subtle. A perfect companion to the Brie. I had the sweet potato fries as a side and they were equally delicious. Another person in our party ordered the Carolina Barbeque Dip. He considers himself a bit of a BBQ expert and was worried if he'd like this one. He ended up giving it two thumbs up. He said it was delicious! Another person in our group ordered the Pot Roast sandwich. They said it was very tasty and it surely looked very substantial. All of the food looked appealing and were reasonably priced. There were no complaints in our group. There are free refills on the soft drinks.
After lunch, a few of the staff were pleased to pose for photos with some of our group. It made for a wonderful addition to a tour of the village!
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