We had a nice dining experience on a weeknight at 6 PM. We live out of state so called about 4 weeks ahead to get reservations. A year ago, we were unable to dine with just a couple of days notice. Our waitress, Amy, could not have been nicer and more attentive. We decided to try the three course special. My husband had the New England Beef Pot Pie. He was surprised that it had no vegetables or potatoes in it. However, he was served a baked potato and a large plate of green beans with it. I had the coconut shrimp. It was tasty, but quite crispy ( a bit over-fried). The squash was pureed and excellent in taste. For dessert, he had apple pie which was just average. I tried the corn pudding, which I was told was very rich. I was only able to handle a couple spoonsful due to its richness. It was a fun evening, especially thinking about all the history that has happened under those beamed ceilings. The servings are very hearty. I guess that's good, but for some diners, it's too much. When you are traveling, you aren't likely to want to take a container of leftovers home.
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