An old General Store which probably sold just about everything retains a charm reflected by excellent and attentive staff and good if not overly complicated food. A good selection but not endless reflects the local and fresh seasonal produce and whether it’s a more up market dish or wood fired pizza all looked good and the dishes we had tasted good too. Wines by the glass and a selection of bottled and canned beer, draft would be a great addition, means you don’t have to go overboard if you don’t want to or, as in our case, one of us was driving.
A bit off the beaten track but well worth the traveling when you get there.
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