Great restaurant in this quaint town. It is set up in an old building with quaint dining area but decorated with vintage items. It's local farm to table set up and many items on the menu are varied with amazing flavor. Everything we ordered did not disappoint. I had the pan fried lake trout with sweet potato and squash vegetable with a fresh salad and strawberry vinaigrette. If strawberries are in season I strongly suggest you try it. A friend ordered the turkey pot pie which came steaming hot with fresh vegetables and a flaky crust. My husband ordered the pork loin with asparagus. He isn’t fond of asparagus, but finished off every spear. We shared the strawberry rhubarb bread pudding – WONDERFUL! We were able to walk right in and get a table, but 15 minutes later people were being turned away. I suggest making reservations if you are there on the weekend. If you plan to be served 10 minutes after ordering you need to find a different restaurant. They make each dish when you order and its well worth the wait. We would eat there the next time we are in the area.