The food is nothing to write home about, which is why there aren't any photos of the food on this post. However, this is still quite a special place, and I'd love to return another time if given the chance.
I was in the mood for diner food, and specifically, I wanted tuna salad and a baked potato-- and that's what I got. My husband wanted buffalo wings and curly fries-- and that's what he got. My daughter wanted a bacon cheeseburger with onion rings-- and that's what she got. Case in point: this is a typical diner and will have just about any typical diner food you can ask for.
Prices were okay. Our bill for three people was a little more than $30. Most everything was a la carte, which took the fun of that "big bang for your buck" that other diners offer with all-inclusive deals.
The upside is that the place offers free wifi and a feast for the eyes with its decor: stained glass windows with almost matching pendant lamps, country oak chairs, gingham curtains, and vintage-themed posters hanging about. I loved sitting there and just looking around, pretending I was in a Stephen King novel. Getting there was also fun, as it sits at the bottom of a hill across from a farmer's market and up the road is a farm with large bales of hay for sale.