I must say I was disappointed, considering the high reviews I had seen. The service was less than speedy and for what you got, it was overpriced. My order was wrong, but frankly it took so long so I just ate it anyway. Take a...More
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Excellent food and service. I had shrimp and cheese grits and my husband had country fried steak. The prices were very reasonable.
Good bourbon selection, mixed drinks were small for what you paid for. Also had the same experience with the food. Portions were small for what we paid. We had the hot brown and it was in a saucer sized dish.Food quality was good though.
The tavern is very rustic and the service is excellent. We had lunch there and there were many choices to pick from. We chose to split a sandwich and get a slaw. It filled us.
The building itself is worth the visit in my opinion - just to add yourself to the long line of people that have eaten in this establishment. When we walked in (for supper on a Wednesday evening) there wasn't anyone at the hostess stand to...More
This is in such an old and historic building. After you eat, be sure to walk around. It was well worth it. The food was good and the wait staff very helpful. We were there when it appeared that the wait staff was down a...More
We waited for a bit while the hostess was on the phone with a reservation. It was about 1pm on a weekday, so traveling through the area decided to stop for lunch. The outside looked shabby, and needed window cleaning, etc. The tables in the...More
We stopped for lunch during our stay in New Haven. Lunch was great and my wife got the glutin free meal she needed. Must tour the upstairs rooms while your there, the history of the tavern is amazing!
I have always wanted to stop in here because of the fascinating history. The reviews always kept me away. Finally got to experience it myself. We were seated right away on a Friday evening. Our server was very friendly and efficient. She went out of...More