I had always passed this place, curious about what this place offered. I had read reviews of the buffet inside, and in particular the fried chicken. I'm glad I stopped inside. There's not much variety offered, but who cares when you have that deliciously breaded chicken. It tasted healthier than any fried chicken I've tasted. The place is designed for tourists, with spacious rooms for families. I was a single traveler, and thanks to the wonderful Crystal, I did not feel out of place. Friendliness and hospitality like that should be praised. I mean, where else would a server go out of her way to get my food for me? People like Crystal are an asset to any business.
As for the rest of the tavern, there is a general store, a pewter shop and a clothing shop (for those of you who want to buy authentic colonial fabric?) and an optional walking tour for $2. All in all, the place is beautifully preserved and I would go out of my way to stop by again. If she's still working there, say hi to Crystal for me.
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