Very good food. Little expensive. Great sandwiches and BEST FRENCH ONION SOUP EVER! Very quiet atmosphere.
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We stopped at the tavern after a day of skiing and found it to be quite pleasant. The bar is nicely decorated, very clean and staff was exceptionally welcoming. We were seated in the back room with tables and chairs instead of the high tables...More
A great restaurant in a historic building. We mostly go for a late lunch. So I am mostly familiar with the luncheon menu. Beer battered haddock sandwich is my favorite. But their burgers are outstanding too and fries are always hot and fresh. They do...More
Ate there twice yesterday. Nice upscale Irish pub food. Lunch staff went out of their way to assist us with travel concerns. Lunch was very good. We went back for dinner on a Friday night. Place was PACKED and needed more wait staff. 15 minutes...More
Great colonial setting smack dab in the middle of town. Serving up some of the best wings! The kitchen gets them right - crispy, juicy, and coated with flavors of many choices. Their hand cut fries are also done correctly - resulting in crisp exterior!...More
We had dinner at Flannery's after going on a Stone House Tour. The food was very good but the waitress had too many tables to take care of. The restaurant was full. We were told that the restaurant was donating money to the historical Institute...More