We had dinner in the downstairs Spring House Tavern based on a recommendation by a friend who had visited in the past. Upon entering the Tavern, we were greeted by a friendly hostess who cleaned off a booth at our request. The Tavern is lit by candlelight and the atmosphere is very charming. Our waitress was very friendly and attentive. My DH and I shared a bowl of french onion soup which was very good but had bits of beef in it - which I was not fond of. For our entrees, I selected a half chicken roasted on a spit - one of their house specialties; DH had marinated chicken breasts; both were served with a salad and baked potato. We agreed that my chicken was much more flavorful than his. However, my plate was so small - more of a luncheon plate than a dinner plate - that dealing with half a chicken and a large baked potato was quite a challenge. We shared the pecan pie with vanilla ice cream for dessert. It was served warm and delicious. Although the food was good, it wasn't exceptional. We will recommend the restaurant to friends and family...the food was good but the atmosphere is the reason to eat here.
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