We didn't actually eat here, but we did stop because of the history of the town. It is a cute unique place. There is even a rope swing in the garden. So cute and a step back in time.
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My husband and grandson ate here and had a delicious breakfast. They both loved the sausage gravy and biscuits as they were served on "johnny cakes". Also, my grandson had a huge hamburger at lunch the following day. It filled up a 14 year old...More
They welcome you with a bumper sticker that says they have been in the same inconvenient location since 1851. It is out of the way, but not really that inconvenient since the drive to the location is really lovely. We were a bit skeptical because...More
We stayed in one of the cabins and stopped in for a drink before dinner. Bartender was nice and helpful, great wine selection by the bottle, more limited by the glass if you only want a glass or two. Didn't have dinner but menu looked...More
We have been here for dinner several times and had a wonderful meal. We recently went for breakfast and again had great food but that was overshadowed by the terrible service. The restaurant was not all that busy but it took us an hour and...More
This is a lovely place with a lot of history. The town itself is very quaint and charming. We stopped here while we were out Jeeping on a Saturday afternoon. If you choose to eat here be prepared to bring quite a bit of money....More
From the outside garden to the charming and cozy basement lounge, the dining exerience here is top notch and extraordinary.
We stopped by for Sunday brunch. They were out of the breaded tenderloin sandwich...so my wife opted for the house salad...nothing special. I had the pancakes...very tasty. Small, cozy place...rustic location and furnishings. Frequented by motorcycle enthusiasts...and folks checking out out-of-the-way places.