I work at one of the many nearby sleepaway camps in the area and am hard pressed every summer to find a nice place to relax and have a good meal on my days off. The area is practically overrun with fast food restaurants and local bars, but not too many nicer restaurants. I found the Settler's Inn last summer and have visited at least a half dozen times since. Walking into the preserved arts & crafts style lobby is like stepping back in time. The view from the patio out into the gardens is lovely for unwinding. The menu is sourced from local farmers and dairies. You can taste the freshness in the food. The wine list is comprehensive. Best of all, I have never had a piece of meat there that wasn't perfectly cooked. I don't know who the chef is, but hats off to him/her. Getting meat right all of the time is somewhat difficult. In short, I've never had a bad meal here. The atmosphere is perfect and the serving staff very knowledgeable and helpful. The prices are on the high side for the area, considering that you can easily walk into virtually any local bar and order an assortment of fried fare plus have a couple of drinks for under $20. If you're from a larger metropolis, however, then it's not likely that you'll flinch when the bill arrives. The entire dining experience is well worth it!
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