Having gone to this restaurant without disappointment for years, I felt it my duty to make people aware of the sad deterioration of the inn's restaurant. Although the food was EXCELLENT, the service was horrendous. Even with a reservation, we waited 45 minutes, only to be seated in an empty dining room! To top this off, our table was too large for our party, and laden with a dead spider and other specks of unidentifiable black specks. Our waitress, though nice, looked disheveled, addressed us as " you guys," and was constantly sniffing and wiping her nose with her hand, which was then wiped on her apron. When drinks were ordered, the waitress said she thought someone could walk her through it, leading me to believe that the bartender was nowhere to be found! The same can be said for when we left; no one was there, either at the entrance to Nonna's, or to the inn itself, to ask if we had a nice meal and wish us well. It saddens me to say that an inn that was once so fine an establishment, is no more.