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My family went here today for Sunday brunch. For me, too many little mishaps resulted in an overall negative experience. On the plus side, we sat in an area with a lovely view on both sides of the room. You either had a view of...More
Now we know why it is for sale! Our order for the “27 year old onion soup recipe” from regular menu and the New Year’s Eve menu were quite different. Husband’s flavorless, thick soup came in a crock and my cold one came...More
First time at this restauant and we will certainly return.
We were five adults at 3PM and thery sat us at a round table by the fireplace and near the xmas tree. The restaurant is beautifully situated on Rte 32 about 15 minutes north of...More
The restaurant wasn't adequately heated and when the food came, although the quality looked good, it was all just luke warm. We mentioned this to the waitress who said she would advise the chef, but she didn't think it necessary to come back and apologise....More
We have been to this lovely Inn multiple times and each visit has been a pleasure. The staff is gracious and attentive. Indeed we had reservations for Thanksgiving and one of our party was delayed by traffic. They were kind enough to accommodate a later...More
Great little bar with good drinks and beers on tap. Fireplace in dining room, comfortable seating, not all jammed together with other diners. Quaint riverside spot. Food doesn’t live up to expectations. Mushroom soup was more like a broth. Simple hamburger entree was tasteless, even...More
Neither the decor of this large restaurant nor its outdoor seating are strong points. The re-design of a few years ago extracted the former charm of the indoor spaces and the outdoor seating is behind the restaurant, view-less and quite dark.
The staff is professional...More
Beautiful Inn. Beautiful ambience. Good service. My wife enjoyed a salad of tomatoes, mozzarella, greens watermelon and grilled peaches with balsamic. Her entree salad of grilled octopus was fishy and left unfinished. My PEI mussels were in an incredible sauce but were fishy and not...More
Next to Barley Sheaf, this has to rank as offering the finest food in the area. This exquisitely maintained historic inn is French oriented, with dishes that are remarkably well executed. Tweaks to such warhorses as escargots serve to elevate them to standouts, plus there...More
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Business casual would be very acceptable. I wouldn't wear anything more casual unless I biked or canoed to this restaurant and planned to eat outside. Another reviewer said "this is New Hope," but it isn't, it's Erwinna... More
Business casual would be very acceptable. I wouldn't wear anything more casual unless I biked or canoed to this restaurant and planned to eat outside. Another reviewer said "this is New Hope," but it isn't, it's Erwinna, which is about 13 miles from New Hope.
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