We dined early on a Saturday evening and the food was excellent in both taste and appearance. The Granville Inn is a great location, old Inn, great woodwork and architecture with a lot of local history. Our server was ok, although could have been a bit more helpful in answering some menu questions. The bus attendant left dishes on the table from several courses, didn't bring new silverware when the salad forks were used for appetizers, he simply placed the fork on the bread dish. That's ok at a chain restaurant, but would expect a place like the Granville Inn to train their people better. Also, after dinner, no crumbs taken off the table before desert menus were presented. However, it was still a very good dinner, the food being the star. But it could have been a great dinner.
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