The best part of the restaurant was the ambiance. The food was OK and the service was OK. We left as the guitar player started, seemed to be good as well.
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Stopped in for dinner after a day of skiing and the review is mixed. The dining room was cozy and nicely appointed, but we were initially directed to 2 different tables in the bar before requesting a table in the dining room. Our entrees were...More
The menu is extensive just enough to give you some delicious options for a very good dinner and lunch. I like the ambience of the restaurant. It's warm and welcoming and its great for either a cozy dinner for two or a family with youngsters....More
Recently upgraded and roomier this is a great place to have some cocktails and a nice dinner. TV’s all around to view your favorite sporting event. There is entertainment and raw bar on weekends. An adjacent dining room is also available if you prefer a...More
The restaurant is connected to the West Dover Inn and our initial plans were to eat dinner offsite but after seeing the menu we decided to try it our first night and had such an incredible experience that we also ate there for the second...More
Connected to the West Dover Inn, great location. Some of the best wing I've ever had anywhere, they were delicious. Good selection of draft beer and the food was fresh as we ate a few meals here. Breakfast was really good too. Everyone was really...More
The restaurant puts out kind of a mixed vibe. It seems as though it might be going for the historical, old-timer look, but the bar area is filled with sports memorabilia, including a Bobby Orr shirt. The food is OK, but you might do better...More
Our food was delicious, but the menu was limited. From the reviews we had expected more. Decor and atmosphere was appropriate for a tavern.