not my favorite but very quaint & old in the country nice fireplace food so so the calf’s liver used to be good last time we were there it was mushy
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Went here with my husband last night before heading to the Ridgefield Playhouse. We were warmly greeted by a pleasant server who informed us they were only serving a pub menu tonight. As long as I'm not cooking I didn't mind. We were then escorted...More
While visiting the area for the wolf refuge we were looking for a neat please to eat. So we checked Tripadvisor! The reviews were correct! We got there at an odd time so we had the place to ourselves. We had a snack in the...More
This is a place like no other. Old world charm with new and delicious food choices. The staff is incredible and the atmosphere is comfortable and warming. I went with my husband for a nightcap, ended up with a delicious app and great bottle of...More
Freindly and honest wait staff who know their menu and their drinks! Very welcoming environment, casual yet lovely.
my husband and I come here often. Atmosphere in the dining room is cozy, friendly and appeals to families, couples of all ages and large groups.
We just happened to eat here on the last Thursday of the month, not realizing each last Thursday is an especially popular evening. The public is invited to bring instruments and join a jam session after 7 pm, taking turns leading songs with all joining...More
We went here to celebrate my birthday Because it is 45 minutes from home, it usually takes a special occasion to get us here. But each time we come, we wonder why we don't come more often. The food and service are great and the...More
The building is antique and lovely, even cozy, but the food was horrible. I hate to write bad reviews, however you should be warned as I appreciate when someone warns me. It's not farm to table, more like Costco frozen to micro. I asked for...More