Door 142 is not your typical restaurant. They mix casual dining with a more sophisticated menu than you would expect in Fredericktown. Menu is freshened from time to time and the desserts here even more frequently and certainly worth a look before you order your main course. Locally grown or raised items in several cases. Options for the kids are somewhat limited here, but it is a family friendly place. Come in casual, or dressed ready to go out, everyone is welcome here. I've had seafood, steaks, and their massive burgers here (be ready to take some home). Always a great meal, and portion matches the price well. Pricing is similar to a chain of either (TGI Fridays/Applebees, etc) except you're going local, not paying corporate, and getting i think better options.
Intimate lighting gives this place a nice feel. The owner has reused several pieces from the old building in her decor for 142 which gives it an interesting feel. Modern with a touch of history.
Live entertainment from time to time in the front bay window with local performers make this a nice spot to pull up a seat and stay for awhile. The bar a decent size with a variety on draft and bottled, again, not just going to be your typical ABC beer here. Full bar and great bartenders.
Parking can be an issue from time to time when the downtown is busier, but there is off street parking behind the bank and around the corner that can be used. Worth the wait, if there is one. Its not extremely large, but there is sufficient seating.
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