Staying in a very nice B&B in Bridgeport we had supper in the Bridgeport Inn. Choice of dining in the bar or the restaurant. We went for the restaurant. The interior is very simple as is the menu. Some of us had the shrimp dish...More
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I was waiting with my husband and daughter. We asked how much longer the wait would be and noted that some people who arrived later were already seated. We were not rude or aggressive since there was no hurry. My husband and I are both...More
We were staying at Cain House so this was just a short walk. We walked over for dinner. The food was excellent, well prepared and the presentation was appealing.
Perhaps I preconceived too great an expectation, but I thought our dinner here was just OK, considering the price... The dining room is small, tightly arranged, yet nicely decorated. Our server may have been new, but she had to go to the kitchen three times...More
My Second Supper in Bridgeport of my 2016 trip was at the Bridgeport Inn. My selections were a mix of the old and new. As usual, everything was superb... First, the new... my first cocktail from my 21st birthday is still my favorite, a bourbon...More
We ate both breakfast and dinner here and it was very good. Restrooms were upstairs and the steps were steep. One small downside for being a historic building.
after looking over the menu I decided not to have anything too expensive, as I was unsure they would measure up to my expectations. Service was great but the food reminded me of the US Army. Skip the pot roast for sure.
Two breakfasts, one lunch and two dinners gave us a good idea of the place. It is excellent. Food is simple but well prepared, service is pleasant and the place is clean and attractive. This is a historic inn, including the restaurant, a bar and...More
We were staying at Paradise Shores RV park and were able to ride to the Bridgeport Inn for dinner. We were really surprised at the prices. The service was ok and the food was not anything to remember. The thing that bothered us the most...More
We had breakfast twice and dinner once at the Bridgeport Inn. The hotel is truly beautiful. Being as we were there in the off-season, it was nearly deserted. Breakfast was the best meal we had there. Check the board for the specials, and if you...More