My wife and I walked into the Adair unannounced, no reservation, hoping to have dinner after plans fell through for our 15th wedding anniversary dinner.
Let me elaborate.
We had reservations at another area restaurant (I won't name names), but were so dissatisfied with the experience there that we opted to pay for our cocktails and leave in hopes of finding a special meal elsewhere.
I had read about the Adair online but had little knowledge about the property, apart from the fact that they have a well-respected restaurant in the area.
We arrived at the B&B, with it's well-manicured grounds and sheepishly entered, not being fans of the "drop-in".
It was approaching 7:00 pm and we feared that we may be out of luck at this point.
Much to our surprise, a lovely young lady greeted us and offered to ask the chef if he would be kind enough to accommodate a walk-in couple. The chef graciously acquiesced and we were seated in a cozy study at a small, candle-lit table. A perfect, romantic spot for our special occasion!
Between the young lady who greeted us, our charming server Rachael, and the considerable skills of Chef Orlo Coots, the evening was magical. Exactly what we had hoped for.
We live close by and therefore have never stayed here, but if our dinner experience is any indication of the way this property is run, the accommodations must be first rate.
I cannot say enough about the Adair and I encourage others to explore this gem.
Thank you to all of the staff for making our evening truly special!
We will definitely be back.
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