Always a pleasure visiting palmer's crossing with family and friends. Food and service always delightful. Looking forward to returning
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We enjoy the Happy Hour. Attended and several business functions in the room that can be closed off. Decor is attractive .
We were so glad we could stay at the Clinton Inn and go right downstairs for Thanksgiving dinner. The buffet was wonderful; carved pork and beef, and there was even a kid's buffet with chicken tenders, fries, hot dogs and mac and cheese. Of course,...More
I had their Palmer Benedict breakfast on Saturday morning. It was delicious: fresh Canadian Bacon on English Muffin ( though not Thomas) with a delicious Hollandaise Sauce. It was served with ever so slightly wilted spinach, home made hash browns with diced red pepper, tomato...More
Local hotel bar with ambiance. The crowds (mostly older) vary between locals and hotel guests for dinner or happy hour. A few tables, high tops and some outdoor seating. 2 TVs play news and sports. Food is good. Plenty of parking.
Like the Clinton Inn Hotel itself, this used to be a very elegant and well managed restaurant you could always count on. Last time we ate there, we waited 30 minutes before someone even took our order, and were told that was because they were...More
I went for lunch on a nice summer day. My friend and I shared a soup and we each had a main course. Me a salad with chicken and her a sandwich and one of us had an ice tea. We decided to have coffee...More
The menu was different than I'm used to. It was somewhat strange but in a good way. I'm always looking for new foods to try and this is the place to do it. I've not seen many places with Duck on the menu. The Staff...More
Went to Palmer's Crossing for a real breakfast and were not disappointed. My husband & I had wonderful omelets with fresh vegetables and fruit on the side. Coffee refills were numerous and I even got one to-go. Worth the money!
Historically, the Clinton Inn Hotel where Palmer's Crossing is located, is very convenient. It is located in the heart of the smal town, close to transportation to NYC. The restaurant is nice enough and clearly is a regular stop for both locals and hotel guests....More