Walking around the village for hours..you get hungry. Stop by the Eagle Tavern, and step back even farther into history than you already are! The food that is prepared are recipes from 1800's era cookbooks. There are no "separate" tables, meaning you and your party could end up sitting with strangers, but that's what makes it so interesting.
Everything is fresh, and prepared using ingredients that are grown inside the village. Your straw is a noodle, the food is great, and it's overall an amazing experience. I recommend the bread appetizer, the savory noodles, and the iced tea.
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