We went for Mother's Day buffet. The sign said brunch but there was no breakfast food on the menu. The place is a quaint, old inn where you can stay overnight, come to have a drink and eat. No need to dress up(I did and felt a little out of place). Biker's welcome. The buffet was ok. They had plenty to offer. Most of it was in sauces but what I tried was pretty good. There were muscles, linguine, chicken tetrazzini, eggplant rollatini, blueberry ravioli, meatballs(a little salty), sausage with peppers and onions(a little spicy), vegetables, fish, and a carving station with turkey and beef. There were about 20 different chaffing dishes of food to try as well as salads and some bread. Juices were available and drinks were brought to you by the wait staff. The carving station was run by the owner and "chief cook and bottle washer"(his words), an "ex" Marine, Scott. His wife was the hostess. The staff worked hard even coming in days beforehand to help prepare for this day. My in laws, husband and son had their plates full and enjoyed the food. Dessert table was full of different pies (apple, blueberry, chocolate mousse, etc...), a champagne glass with chocolate mousse parfait in it and other goodies. Coffee and tea were served also. The price was $16.95 for Mother's Day. They have a normal "brunch" on Sundays which is $12.95 which we have to go try. After eating we took a look at the Roebling bridge(built by John Roebling-he build the Brooklyn bridge) and rode across it. Nearby there is a Zane Grey museum that you can visit also. All this on the scenic Delaware River. Cute little town. Beautiful setting.