The White House Inn: A Step Back in Time
Located on six park-like acres, two blocks off the main highway, The White House Inn is a restored 50-year-old farmhouse The commitment and pirde of the owners, Chef Michael and Sandy Pickett, is obvious. There are seven seperate dining rooms, each with its own unique decor. Four of the rooms have fireplaces, and outside are two patio areas , herb gardens, and a gazebo which is a popular venue for weddings. Attached to the restaurant is also a two-story stone fireplace and a loft. Prices are a bit high, but it's worth it for that special occasion, or to impress that special someone.
Favorite Dish: The White House Inn offers traditional Midwestern cooking. We have enjoyed the prime rib here. House specialties include Steak Lynchburg, Breast of Turkey and Garlic Shrimp. The desert tray is varied and irresistible.
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City Diner: Good Greasy Food
We decided to have lunch at the downtown City Diner in Hamilton because it seemed to be the only place in town open for Saturday lunch. It turned out to be a good choice.
The storefront diner consisted of a bar with stools and two rows of booths, tables and chairs. It was very basically furnished, far from fancy, with prices to match. The service was down home and friendly.
Favorite Dish: I had the Gyro, piled high with beef, lamb, grilled onions & peppers with spicey cucumber sauce on traditional Italian flat bread. Karen had the grilled chicken salad. Both were very good - and inexpensive.
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