We were told that Teddy Roosevelt skipped a gala dinner here to go camping with John Muir. He missed a great meal! The setting is lovely, with notable architectural details and carefully preserved or restored textiles and antiques--the ultimate in casual elegance. Service was prompt and friendly, and the food was excellent--creamy chowder and fresh turkey sandwiches on fresh bread with a crisp salad, nicely dressed. The vegetarian pasta option also got a rave review. Would definitely recommend!