The Guest House Grill is about what you would expect in an old country town. The interior is dark the porch (or deck) is kind of run down. There was a fire going in the fire pit on the patio that looked inviting, but I couldn’t manage the stairs going down. We split a grilled artichoke. The flavor was just smoky and paired with the chipotle aioli, it was really smoky tasting. We each had the chicken fried steak. The clam chowder starter was mostly large hunks of potatoes. The c.f. steak was very large and we should have ordered one to split. It was no better than average. Service was fine. The prices didn't seem too high. No complaints about the restaurant and no high praise. It is just an average small town grill.
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