Been stopping here on and off for years seen many changes. Food is good and worth stopping in I'm not saying my favorite but diffinitly up on list. Worth the stop
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Stopped in for lunch on our way home, expecting it to be jam packed. We were the only ones there, it was 1:30pm and they did say that the rotary had just finished there meal. I ordered a cup of clam chowder, remembering from our...More
Stepping into the Village Inn is taking a step back in time. The building is very dated and dark. The food is o.k. for the price but it won't wow you. Staff on the other hand are great. Very pleasant and upbeat.
This place was once the cat's meow for seafood and steaks. They burned at one point and took a while to rebuild. Since the rebuild, service is very slow (new people), the prices aren't spectacular, and the food is good, but just "good", nothing really...More
Just prior to Good Friday the Village came in third in the chowder competition. I have not seen people having to wait since the Village reopened until Good Friday. We intentionally arrived early for dinner. We placed our order and thirty minutes later the waitress...More
This used to be one of our favorite places while in town. Steak was chewy, seafood we found very greasy. Way overpriced. Will not go bsck ahain. Service suffered also. Our server was not pleasant, and we had to keep asking for items over and...More
Portions are huge and staff is excellent. The menu has a variety of choices if you don't want seafood, but if you do your in for a treat.