We are routinely in Bethlehem and have been meaning to stop at Adair; finally on Saturday night, we made it. Boy are we glad we did! First off, the Inn is truly lovely! The interior is gorgeous and all decorations are in keeping with the time period the home was built (1920s). The grounds are by the Olmsted Brothers and seem to be maintained quite nicely (we enjoyed a lovely stroll around after dinner).
We were worried having read some recent reviews that were not that positive. However, we have been driving by and talking about checking it out for so long that we decided to just try it anyway- SO glad we did! We started with appetizers, soups, grilled veggies and some corn and sausage fritters that we shared - all really yummy. For our main courses, I had the filet Oscar my husband had a halibut special; both dishes were cooked and seasoned perfectly. It was a lot of food, but having hiked all day, we ate every bite (every crumb ;) of all the dishes!
It's definitely a small menu, but each item was really well executed. I, personally, would MUCH rather go to a place with a few wonderful things to choose from then an enormous assortment of generic offerings.
We also enjoyed their wine selection. Others have commented on the prices being high, but given we regularly drink some of the bottles on the menu, we know they are offering great wines that are not cheap anywhere, so I think you're definitely getting what you pay for.
The waitstaff was attentive and accommodating... definitely felt like they cared about pleasing us.
My husband wanted to go back the very next night!!! While we didn't do that, we will certainly be back sometime soon.
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