The setting is an old general store located in beautiful farm country, off the beaten path. Decor is comfortable and feel very much like you have stepped back in time. Service is excellent and menu has a good variety, focusing on farm to table but but definitely on the higher end. Food was well presented and portion size was very good. At our table we experienced fresh local trout, a hefty grilled pork chop with local raspberry sauce and even a wood oven pizza. Everything was fresh and excellent quality. The amount of flavor they put in both the whipped sweet potato and mashed white potatoes was almost unbelievable. This was our first visit but certainly won't be the last.
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