After traveling all day and checking into our hotel, we began looking through the phone book for a place to sit down and get a bite to eat. There was an ad for the Grainery in the hotel Guest Services pamphlet and a nice ad in the phonebook with the statement "Where the locals eat", so we decided to try it. Found out it was down the road from the hotel and just pass the Redlin Art Center (The reason we were in Watertown). Almost drove past it because I wasn't looking for a Truck Stop. When we walked in, we found it to be very well decorated and didn't feel or smell like a truck stop (Some I have been in you can smell the fryer grease and diesel fuel) Waitress greeted us promptly upon sitting at a booth and was very pleasant. When our drinks arrived, I got a chuckle out of my iced tea, it arrived in a quart mason jar, only other time that has happened is in the South. Our dinner arrived and instantly glad I was hungry, because the portions were big. All in all, it was a nice relaxing diner, good food, friendly waitress, comfortable surroundings and if ever in the area again, I would definitely eat here again.