First time visiting this quaint, little town. Enjoyed the local sights and window shopping.
Stopped at the Inn on a quiet Saturday afternoon for a light lunch. Beautiful historical building and bar - the wood work is amazing. It has a rustic atmosphere and nice charm about the place.
We were seated right away in the dining room. Of all tables for them to seat us at, it was directly in front of the blasting wall unit air conditioner. We asked to have our table moved, because it was cold. We were moved 2 tables away. We asked to be moved a 2nd time, and then went into the bar area. Much more comfortable, and I liked being able to look outside onto the street.Great for people-watching.
Our server wasn't friendly, and didn't smile. She acted robotic in taking our orders, and in serving us our food. Maybe she didn't feel well - she couldn't have been overworked, because we were one of 2 couples in the place.
Fresh, delicious salads, customized by the chef. Happy to know that he has an appreciation of making things gluten-free. I had a very delicious spaghetti squash marinara, full of garlic and herbs. My boyfriend had a seafood dish, which he enjoyed.
One drawback: one stall bathroom each for men and women - had to wait in line for a few minutes to use the facilities.
We learned that they are looking to bring in live music soon. Would love to return for dinner and entertainment.
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