This beautiful place in one of the most beautiful parts of the country. I observe lent so I was happy to see the fish and chips were the first part of the menu. The fish was delicious. Great breading and beautful flaky white. Do not pass on the homemade chips. You will be disappointed with the fries by comparison. The bar is also great with some local Kentucky beer as well as a good Bourbon selection (by Texas standards). This place was part of my tour, but I absolutely loved it.
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