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Established in 1663, 1770 House is an inn that has retained its original architecture and colonial style. It has six guest rooms and a private carriage house. Each room has a flat screen television, lavish bed linens/duvet covers, in-room safes, Internet access and snacks. Some of the rooms come with fireplaces and private entrances. The inn's restaurant offers contemporary American cuisine as well as a casual traditional pub fare in the tavern. The restaurant's menu offers appetizers, cheese selection, entrees and main course. In addition, it offers from all over the world a wide selection of sparkling, white, red and rose wines, as well as champagne. The tavern menu includes burgers, pizzas, lobster rolls, marinated olives, salads and meatloaf.
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Price Range
$$$
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1770 House The 143 Main

The 1770 House

The 1770 House Restaurant & Bar

1770 House Restaurant

Categories
Continental Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Dressy

Good For Groups: No

Good for Kids: No

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Family Style, European, Continental

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

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hungrycouple

04/20/2009

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Memorable!

We dined here while staying upstairs at the inn during Christmas week but this restaurant attracts many non-guests as well. A beautiful ding room decorated down to the smallest detail, a large romantic fireplace and wonderfully comfortable chairs all add to the experience. But, ultimately, it is the food you will remember.

The chef elevated each dish far beyond what is normally found with familiar American cuisine and the resulting flavors were sublime. We recommend you start with the roasted pear, walnut and Roquefort salad. Move on to the ever-so-tender brisket served over parsnip puree with roasted brussels sprouts and the best sauce we've ever tasted. Finish with a classic flourless chocolate tart and you will sigh with contentment.

We reveled in our meal while we were eating it and long after. Plans for a return visit to the area were almost immediately formed and our next dinner here is eagerly anticipated. The only low note of the evening was our server's poor attitude and sour face. But we did notice that servers at other tables seemed far more efficient and cheerful. Therefore, given our food bliss, we will assume that the offending waitress has long since been fired and service on our next visit will equal the caliber of this restaurant.

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