I've talked of trying this quaint little restaurant in an even quainter town for a few years now. This year my birthday was the day to try it. Set in a early 20th century Victorian home Moose Creek Grill is a culinary surprise. I've eaten in many very fine and very expensive restaurants around the world, and I must say this little gem is every bit as good at a far lessor price. The baby clam appetizer by far the best I ever had. There is a wonderful selection of main courses all freshly prepared by the chef. And dessert, to use a well overused phrase, was to die for. A very happy birthday indeed! Appetizers, soup, wine, main courses, for two and a shared dessert, all for about $100.
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