The Horn of Plenty restaurant served up great service, fresh food, and a delightful wood fire to make this a great dining experience. I had the sausage roasted pepper and vegie sandwich. It was tasty and yet not too spicy. My wife had the twice baked potato platter. It too, was quite good but it could have been hotter. (Temperature not spicier) The food was advertised as right from the farm next door and I believe it. The décor is rustic with the table legs made out of rough cut 2X4s. The chairs were from an old school house. This is certainly not your usual dining experience (that’s good!). All in all, it was a nice experience, a great value, and I would go back.
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