Crossroad's is hidden away between Market and Child streets and brings to mind The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. This unasumming and yet captivating place is divided into four sections. Upon entering you will find a darkly lit and friendly bar area, followed by a formal dining area, then followed by a bright garden room and beyond is a small function room. We have dined here dozens of times and find the food, service and atomosphere to be both top notch and predictible. We always choose the bright room and truthfully, go there as much for the room as the food itself. The tables are brightly covered, the ceiling has two large skylights, one wall is almost totally glass and you may choose to sit underneath the well established Umbrella tree. A sunny day is fine, yet we relish the room when it is raining or snowing. It is an experience. The food is better than good and i have never had the smallest complaint nor been disatisfied by the taste, quantity or service. Wait staff are upbeat, friendly and attentive. Try this place for an above average and fairly priced dining experience tucked away within a short walk from Main street's quaint antique and gift shops.
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