Here with 6 others on a business trip (staying at the NEW Sewanee Inn!). I would drive back from Nashville any weekend to repeat this meal and Inn experience. The food here was great...excellent fresh artistic salads were enjoyed by all...for the main course we had tuna, trout, filet, ribeye and chicken. Side dishes were creative and excellent as well. The desserts are massive...we got one of the grilled pound cake with caramel sauce and one chocolate lava cake...it took seven us having seconds to finish.
The history is very interesting...talk with the waiters. We were fortunate to run into an old acquaintance who grew up there and told us many stories. Al Capone built the home...tunnels underneath, escape hatches thru the roof...grounds are well kept. Great for a relaxing meal with a group for sure.
Prices, for what you received, were excellent. Four/five star food for a three star price.