My husband and I enjoyed a Friday night dinner at the Settler's Inn, while visiting the area for a weekend getaway. The food was delicious. We each had a soup for starters. I had a rosemary chicken dish and my husband had pork tenderloin. The presentation was very nice and portion sizes more than adequate. The multi-grain bread was also quite tasty. For dessert we split a chocolate torte. With a couple glasses of wine, our bill came to just under $100.00, which I found to be a good value. The service was average to slightly above. I found the busboy to be warmer than our waiter, though the waiter was polite and attentive. Following dinner, we got drinks at the bar and sat by the fire in the lobby. Unfortunately, the fire soon went out and no one bothered to relight it. Sadly, this put a damper on the mood and so we opted to not stay for another drink and left.
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