Holiday dining can be very tricky. However, we were thrilled with our Thanksgiving dinner this year at the Frenchtown Inn. This year was a first for my Husband and me to go out for Thanksgiving Dinner alone. We wanted to dine somewhere that had the feeling of old time thanksgivings. We arrived at the restaurant a half hour early and the hostess assured us it was OK and sat us early which was great. They had an abbreviated Thanksgiving menu but had enough choices for us. My husband was thrilled with his appetizer of various Pates and I had the Smoked Salmon and Trout. My husband had the Half Main Lobster and I had the Black Angus Sirloin. Both were excellent and my only complaint was perhaps a little too much bacon in my potatoes. We shared a Crème Brulee which was delicious but a tad overcooked. The restaurant was over an hour from our home and we thought the drive was worth it. We will recommend this restaurant to family who live in the area and we will definitely go back again.
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