This is a small gem in the country for a very good dining experience. There is dining inside or outside on the porch when the weather is good outside. You can expect the service to be very good, but slow as each meal is made to your order. There are two servers Laura and Amy who are both very friendly and helpful. This is a farm to table dining establishment and thus the food is very good for a somewhat limited menu compared to city restaurants. There are items that are not big dinner items if your appetite is somewhat diminished for that particular evening. The setting is quaint and looks like a lot of local regulars dining there. There is one particular table for large parties and it was filled the night we were there. You should plan to go on Open Table and make a reservation as there are not a multitude of tables for walk-ins. This place is quaint, very comfortable, not overly noisy and has a long interesting history.
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