I was visiting my grandparents in Bedford for the weekend, and they took us here. I wasn't expecting much because Bedford Pennsylvania is far from the culinary capital of the world, but was pleasantly surprised. I ordered the veal strips over linguine and white wine cream sauce topped with crab and shrimp. The flavors were great and the veal was cooked perfectly. My husband and my grandpa both ordered the duck; it was one of the specials. The duck was perfectly cooked and it was topped with this savory yet sweet raspberry glaze. I was jealous and almost wished I had ordered it. My grandma ordered another special, balsamic glazed chicken. She DOES NOT share her food, but she said it was delicious.
I really enjoyed the atmosphere. Something about the smell of a wood stove makes me feel warm and fuzzy. I could see how some could complain because there are no windows and it does seem slightly basement-y but the history is really interesting. Our waitress was wonderful and the food was done fast, almost too fast. I had barely touched my salad and my entree was out.
The price was the only thing that was a slight downside. It was $100 not including tip for the four of us and we had no appetizers or alcoholic beverages. While I do not mind paying this for a meal at all, for the area, this is pretty expensive.
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