Wife and I were touring the Shenandoah and spent the night in H'burg. Went downtown and ran into a lively, but noisy Sat crowd here- only downside to vaulted ceilings and hardwood floors. We opted to go through, down and out back to the patio. Best plan "B" option for a nice Spring night. Service was prompt and attentive without being intrusive. Limited menu options, but our meals were excellent. She had a tuna steak and I had tri-tip medallions with sauteed mushrooms and we shared an appetizer. Sauteed Green Beans were soggy- nuke to par-cook, then finish in pan is the way to go, chef. We finished with coffee and the well-received "Bananas Foster" and left feeling well served in all regards. The Harper's Ferry death march awaits us...don't get off the bus. All the best, G.
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