We visited this restaurant on a Thursday night at about 6:30 p.m. When we entered the restaurant only one person was eating. One person in a restaurant that could seat several hundred. Wow! Then, despite the availability of numerous tables, we were seated immediately adjacent to the only other patron. That patron was eating without shoes and proceeded to engage us in conversation. We hoped for a nice couples dinner in a historic Adirondack restaurant. We got an odd and very unique experience. On the food itself - the calamari was good if not exceptional or noteworthy. My entree was adequate - warm and plentiful; however, not exceptional. My wife felt the same about her entree.
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