Wow, is the best way to describe my visits to Hickory Bridge. I have each time dined with friends and the food has been wonderfully prepared and plentiful. Set in an over 100 year old barn that has been converted to a wonderful restaurant. The barn still features the original plank wood floor and many of the stall doors etc. from the barn. When you arrive you are greeted with apple cider, crackers, and cheese. After a few minutes of visiting and taking in the surroundings you are seated at your tables, where spiced peaches (absolutely great and I always ask for a second serving), homemade bread and apple butter await you. Your servers are outfitted in period outfits and absolutely attend to you as though you are their most important guest. The owner will many times visit your table to ensure you are enjoying your meal and tell you the story of the still working farm.
Your meal is made fresh in their kitchen and served family style. If you run short of anything just ask and they will bring another serving to your table. I actually had a friend eat 3 dishes of their Crab Imperial, after his regular meal. Though I’m not sure how, they continued to serve as long as he could eat. Myself I believe their fried chicken is absolutely pan fried and wonderful. We have always had 3 entrees, real mashed potatoes, fresh vegetables, and a wonderful desert to top it off. Each time I have visited Hickory Bridge I have enjoyed the family atmosphere and incredible food. I come away feeling as though I was at Grandma’s house for a Sunday meal.
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