The building is unimpressive from the outside (looks like an old boarding house from the 19th century). But inside they have rennovated the rooms into separate dining areas, each with its own character.
They serve breakast only for the B&B customers but lunch and dinner are open to the public.
They have a great turkey club sandwich for lunch and decent prime rib for dinner.
The prices are reasonable (about $12 for lunch and $25 for dinner including tax and tip).
See the second website below for the menu.
Two of the five dining areas adjoin the bar area, one other room is a bit more private and one room is a large open area where most of the clientel sit. The fifth dining room is reserved for large groups and is separated by a hallway from the main building.Related to:
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