We were a party of four and sat in the front room which like all of the rooms is cozy and romantic. Because there are few tables, the noise is low which is a luxury on the Cape. We had a great waitress who really knew the menu, as well as, the specials and was very attentive. The Inn serves great and varied martinis and a good wine list. Three of us had the delicious escargot appetizer while the fourth had a creative caprese salad that also included strawberries. The only criticism was the kitchen ran out of the puff pastry for the escargot, and we weren't told in advance. Two of us had seafood curry, one rack of lamb, and one seafood stew. All main courses were excellent. The inn serves expresso and cappuccino , also hard to find on the Cape. We split two desserts including a flourless chocolate cake. It was a great evening. They are only open long weekends in the fall.
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