Out on another motorcycle tour with my husband. We love to venture west towards the Delaware Water Gap where there are numerous small towns on NJ side that are connected to PA by cute waling/driving bridges and quaint towns.
Ended up in Frenchtown late afternoon. Strolled around a bit and landed at this old Hotel. It has the makings of a charming place but they seemed to have missed their mark slightly . The decor is is a mixture of old world charm, some modern and some on the cheap.
The menu had a great variety of items to choose from - price range of $10 -$25. Which I thought was reasonable. The waitress and other hotel people were very friendly and welcoming. Nice size bar with three cute round tables for dining at, also a larger dining room and a front porch for dining or just to have drinks.
Now to the food - Beer on tap was yummy. I ordered the steak sandwich with caramelized onions, sauteed spinach and a horseradish sauce on a roll while my husband ordered the sausage platter that came with two types of sausage on aroll with two different toppings. Both entrees came with home made french fries. I enjoyed mine while my husband (King of Sausage) was not impressed by his. Kind of blah. However the french fries reminded me of the ones I ate in Paris-to some degree. Really good!!!
Our bill total was $35 - two entrees, one beer and one ice tea.
Back on the road again to the next adventure!!!
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