We had dinner here recently with friends, while staying overnight at the inn. Starters included the daily soup (butternut squash), roasted mushroom pate plate, and Cajun gulf shrimp. All were good. Three of the four in our party ordered the stuffed chicken breast of the day, with the daily ingredients being asparagus, spinach, red peppers, and chevre. The filling and the chicken were very flavorful. Accompanying sides - assorted local vegetables and potato were a little bland and some pieces too hard (perhaps undercooked a bit). The fourth in our party ordered the East Coast Galaria (assorted seafood over capellini with a garlic cream sauce) that was a hit. There were a few desserts ordered by our friends, but I regret that I can't recall what they were. Service was fine. They had a nice, although not extensive wine list, with a selection of both local and imported wines.
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