We stumbled over this place after visiting the Owens-Thomas house--it is across the side street and an excellent choice for a reasonably priced lunch in a magnificent setting. After an excellent lunch, we decided to return a few days later for dinner and we were not disappointed.
The restaurant is actually in a building constructed in 1790--hence it's name.
For dinner, my wife chose a pork tenderloin dish and I chose the boursin chicken. Both were served with potatoes and steamed vegetables and the meals were excellent.
For added enjoyment, there was also a piano player
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