Tables close together in small dining room. A bit noisy. Menu interesting, food delicious. Great staff.
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This is a small restaurant with a neighborhood tavern atmosphere. The service and food were both excellent. I had the flank steak and my wife had the meatloaf. She said her meatloaf was the best she'd ever had. We had a berry cobbler for desert...More
Loved everything; Especially the spinach salad, lobster croissant with arugula, crabmeat omelette, blueberry pancakes, glazed salmon and more!
Stopped at Sips for lunch ! menu looked great and there was a nice atmosphere. Very very disappointed. Our waitress took our order and then went behind the bar to make people sitting at the bar drinks. We were brought are drinks right away but...More
My husband and I stayed in town for the week and ate breakfast twice at Sips. Great meal, nice service, and Super coffee! This little place is tastefully decorated and cozy. We'd return again and highly recommend it.
Had one meal here, we were able to make a reservation (just about essential) and had a nice evening here. Service was fine not too rushed and the food was good but not memorable. They do have 'happy hour' you need to check times, we...More
Stopped in On a Saturday, since I saw lots of empty tables. Nice quiet atmosphere. No luck. Needed a reservation. So we made a Monday reservation. Turns out Monday was live music light. Music so loud with singing I could not hear specials from staff...More
The wine list had many fine choices and nice to sample a variety of options. The small plate menu provided many quality opportunities. Very good food and drink without outrageous prices. Just right following a day of hiking.
Nice place for breakfast, it is reasonable with many choices. They have a happy hour daily and dinner that is nice. They also have a small bar