Nice meal, reasonable prices, nice ambience, excellent service. Also stayed at the Inn and enjoyed the whole experience.
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I went with a family group of ten on UNH graduation day at 4 for a celebratory dinner. I'm on a special diet, so asked to change the vegetables that came with my salmon to those with the prime rib. Despite the extremely busy day...More
The Pei mussels were just delicious and the perfect late afternoon appetizer to accompany cocktails at the bar. I would also recommend the Black Angus Beef Burger. Hope to try the Tuna Burger on another visit. The cozy ambiance adds to a most enjoyable dining...More
I'm ashamed to say how few times I've been to the Tavern considering how close it is. Tonight, we had dinner there and it was awesome. The restaurant has stone walls and you feel as if you have stepped back in time. The room is...More
Thank you tbearnh for your review. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed your entrees and rated our service as excellent. We look forward to seeing you again in the near future.
Always a good meal to be had. The menu always is full of choices from great seafood to beef or chicken delights
have lived here for about 7 months but lived in the region for nearly 20 years and just tried this. Very cozy place, pretty much what you'd expect...beams, stone....warm and comfortable. Good service. Got pub food - burger, fish, fries, beer, caesar salad. No complaints....More
Went here after a funeral service to share a meal with family and the staff was very nice and accommodating. Excellent food and very friendly . Unique old building to explore.
The menu at the ffrost Sawyer Tavern is diverse, modern, and traditional all at once. The quality of food is superb and there's something on the menu for everyone. My only regret is that I couldn't try more things on the menu!
been there many times because it is the only nice facility in Durham.....only when friends schedule an event there.. Fish was old and over cooked. Potato crusr was greasy. Service slow. All as usual
The f Frost Tavern in the Three Chimneys Inn where we spent two amazing nights. We ate dinner in the tavern and it was Devine to say the least. We both ordered the special of the day which was filet mignonette served with red roasted...More