Stopped in on a Friday night after a day on the road. The staff was friendly and efficient and the atmosphere is great. Salmon, crab cakes, veal franchese were all tasty. A good meal to be sure.
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We went there for business lunch and did not expect much from this small town; but we were surprised. The food was high quality. There were many choices from the menu. There very many guests during lunch hour. The decor was old fashioned but well...More
Not only is the ambiance lovely, but the service is top rate and the food is fabulous. The Olde Richmond Inn was a choice made as I, new to the city, needed to make a suggestion of a good restaurant for a client. Upon arriving...More
We loved Old Richmond Inn , steaks , bean soup , french onion soup where all the best.But last time in with church group food sub par. My husband and I got strip steaks , dry and tough , I noticed the couple next to...More
Have eaten here many times over the years and the place is always the best. Had filet, squash, twice baked potato and bean soup. All were well prepared and flavorful. Service was very good as is the ambiance. Outdoor dining is available. Limit selection of...More
My Dad and I stopped here for food completly underdressed and the staff couldn't of cared less. They happily sat us and were excellent. Just a very friendly staff and the food was great as well as very reasonably priced. If you want food stop...More
Ordered the prime rib as my main course. Fork tender and delicious. The wine is priced very reasonably. The only negative I would say is that while the age of the restaurant gives it charm, some of the decorating is very dated, and not in...More
This is a classy restaurant and is beautiful inside. There are individual rooms which are great if you have a group and want privacy. The food is first rate!
You walk in to an atmosphere that reminds you of how quaint older restaurants on the east coast must of been 100 years ago. The wood panel ceiling, the woodwork on the fire place, the old brass clock on the mantel, all signs of elegance....More