4 based on 133 reviews
Food was good but the service leaves something to be desired. First we were never told they had daily specials and only saw the board as we were leaving.
The young lady who was bartending seemed to be away from the bar more than she was there. At one point she asked my friend if he'd be needing a drink soon because she'd be busy for about 15 minutes. Really? The rest of the place didn't look that busy and there were only a few people at the bar.
4.5 based on 218 reviews
Had lunch at Aroma. They have indoor and outdoor seating. Built like a Tuscan Villa. The menu is extensive. You can order appetizers, salads, pasta , sandwiches or a dinner like meal. Our group ordered Calamari appetizer, Roast Beef thinly sliced with a green salad on top, a prosciutto, basil, tomato and mozzarella sandwich and a pasta dish. Everyone enjoyed their meal. Great service. Thank you William. Lovely place to dine for lunch or dinner.
4.5 based on 277 reviews
We have dined here several times and have always been pleased with the food. This recent visit was no exception. I am partial to the pappardelle and the cavatelli, which both are delicious. One of our party had the strozzapreti, which she rated very good, except the cream sauce was not to her liking (personal preference). Another had the lamb shank, which she said was excellent. In general, the prices are somewhat higher than other local Italian full service restaurants, and the drinks seem a little smaller. But they use fresh-made pasta in many meals and that, combined with the creative preparations, might justify the higher prices for some diners. During this visit we were unlucky to be seated near a loud group, which made normal dinner conversation nearly impossible. Also, the cold air gusts from the back door kept the ladies in our party uncomfortable all throughout dinner. In spite of these difficulties I would recommend Il Barilotto for the fine food.
4 based on 270 reviews
Henry's at the Farm, where "local" is more than a trend, it is our mantra. Henry's is only steps away from Buttermilk's organic Millstone Farm and minutes away from neighboring farms where eggs, honey, herbs and seasonal produce make their way from field, to our kitchen, then to your table. Henry's dinner menu is country inspired, contemporary cuisine incorporating sophisticated entrees with mouthwatering burgers, intriguing pizzas and a daily selection of house-made desserts.
This is a nice restaurant, but it is on the second floor, no elevator and not handicap accessible.
The food, atmosphere and service was good and tasty. Menu selections could be improved. It is pricey and should definitely have tablecloths on the tables for the prices charged. Also, the wait-staff should not be dressed in jeans.
It was a good restaurant if you don't mind all the steps and the ultra-casual for a proposed fine dining establishment.
I would recommend it if you do not care of what is said above.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Coffee house in a historic building. Find on the menu egg sandwiches, omeletes, and French toast, to BBQ pulled pork paninis, angus and salmon burgers and many more specialty sandwiches. Our focus is to please and to keep you coming back! Everything is made to order, and done to perfection. Specialty baked goods also available. We take our coffee very seriously, but also have a great selection of loose leaf teas. See you soon.
Stopped in on a Sat morning while in the town. Impressive coffee varieties. Excellent and friendly service. Had the buffalo chicken omelette and tomato bacon Swiss omelette with a side of home fries. Everything was excellent and nice portion. Serves lunch all day with great looking sandwiches!
4.5 based on 120 reviews
This grocery store has so many options and very fresh produce! I love going to Adams whenever I can.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We have enjoyed cakes, breads, cookies, and pastries from Comparetto. Never had a disappointing experience. I especially like the breads (but get there early for the best selection). The cakes always get compliments. Even the young people who work there are focused on customer satisfaction and friendliness.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Longobardi's is one of several Italian restaurants in our area. Not the best, and not the worst. They offer what I would call basic home-made dishes. Besides pasta, they also offer pizza & a typical array of sandwiches. Good solid restaurant. Reasonable prices.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Dining at the Ship Lantern Inn is not just a meal it's a lovely experience. The restaurant itself is filled with rich, warm woodwork, a glowing fireplace, elegant Christmas decorations, a glowing fireplace, and an overabundance of well-dressed, attentive staff waiting to take care of your every need. There was also a gentleman singing and playing guitar with a lovely voice who played at a level loud enough to be heard but soft enough to be able to carry on a conversation at your table. We were a party of six at a table near the fireplace and the music for an early Year's Eve dinner. The service and attention were flawless. The food was well prepared and delicious. From the filet mignon to the seared scallops and lobster risotto, sea bass and salmon everybody was completely satisfied with their meal. The atmosphere and the food made for a very special New Year's celebration and we will definitely return for another special dinner this coming New Year.
5 based on 23 reviews
I see the raving reviews here, but I was disappointed in the pizza. I do like thin crust pizza, but I think it's more difficult to get thin crust right than it is a thick crust. I found it lacking flavor, aroma and texture. I have not yet tried the dinners or salads, and it's possible things were just not right on the night I stopped by, so I'll give it another try.
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