My family has been coming to this restaurant in the woods since it was built, yes I mean the original section around the bar -one family member has even laid claim to picking rocks for the fireplace! The setting is rustic and beautiful. The original footprint of the bar is quaint and full of local history. Over the years in a small town the 'go to' spot changes with new ownership, management and/or cooks but the Buckhorn will always draw us all back when we visit.
This visit included the salad bar which was limited to lettuce, some chopped veggies, cheese and croutons. It worked. My husband ordered the standby, perch and it was very good. My broiled whitefish must have been cooked hours prior and left under a warming light as it was dried out and crusty, and not in a good way. Mother said her broasted chicken was also very good. The burgers were fine, according to the rest of the family.
It wasn't all about the food, it was about being with family and friends breaking bread together in the woods that has held our family for more than 60 years.
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