Our friends invited us the have dinner at The Parsonage House and I can say it was a unique dining experience. We were greeted with a warm, welcoming smile by the owner, Lori who gave us a chance to view a book history of the house. Built in the 1700's it still maintains that graceful period style.
The seating is cozy and limited so we never felt crowded or rushed as it is in some restaurants. My wife and I had the Prime Rib Pot Pie (tender prime rib pared with root veggies in a savory au jus topped with a flaky rosemary crust) which was delicious and came with a garden salad and a hot popover. The final treat was dessert which was a Maple Pecan Bread Pudding with a maple bourbon sauce. All we could say was, wow!
A limited menu is offered from Appetizer to dessert and you can find out what is on the upcoming menus on their website. Reservations are required but definitely worth a visit for that special evening.
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