Rex's Innkeeper is an interesting place. Yes, it's a little dated, but it's a nice addition to a small city. It definitely has curb appeal with pretty landscaping and a fireplace at the front entrance. I joined a group of friends for dinner on a Wednesday night. Everyone had already ordered and I decided to order the fried cod dinner. At $12 something, it included a trip to the salad bar, a choice of potatoes, and 3 large fried fish fillets. The salad bar had your typical 1980s staples: 2 soups, lettuce, veggies, and a few pasta and jello salads. Everything was seemed pretty fresh. I had a little of the clam chowder and a small salad. My hash browns were your typical greasy diner hash browns and the fried cod was suspiciously uniform in size, shape, and breading. I suspect this came out of a box in the freezer. Still, kudos to the kitchen staff, I wasn't that hungry when I arrived, but I managed to eat almost everything. My friends all ordered the prime rib and were very happy to take home leftovers. I learned afterward that prime rib IS their specialty... if I had only known. Our waitress was very sweet and polite and more than accommodating in providing all 7 of us with separate checks. I think my favorite part of the evening however, was the cute little room near the entrance we sat in. It was perfect.