Publick House Historic Inn

The lovely Robin and I joined our longtime friend (that's how you get around saying "old friend"--see what I did there?) Lorry Garell for a memorable dinner this evening at Ebenezer's Tavern in the expansive Publick House on The Common in Sturbridge, Massachusetts.

What a delight to discover this treasure of a place.

We were seated right away and given excellent, attentive (but not intrusive) service from beginning to end.

The basket of assorted breads was just wonderful, complete with sticky rolls, soft rolls, and more.

We shared a crab cake appetizer, and then each of us ordered a different entree: filet mignon (above, perfectly prepared to order)...

Turkey and dressing (above)...

And my choice, a house specialty, the lobster pie. Each entree came with butternut squash and mashed potatoes.

We perused the dessert menu, but settled on a reprise of the warm sticky rolls to eat with our decaf and tea.

A fine meal in fine company, a memory we will treasure for a long time to come!

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1 comment:

  1. Bob and the lovely Robin - I had such great time seeing you and spending quality time sharing our lives with each other. Time may pass, even years - but true friendships never fade. I cherish my friendship with you and pray God's continued favor on your ministry together. We are indeed, blessed for having such a wonderful friendship.
    Your "long time friend...."