Going to a restaurant I've never been to before peaks my sense of adventure and curiosity.
Recently, one of my sisters and I took a chance and drove to Sullivan Station in Western Massachusetts.
It's located in a building that once served as the Lee Railroad Station.
I pictured people with top hats, long dresses and luggage waiting to hear the whistle of the train.
Neither of us were real familiar with the restaurant's offerings but we were glad we went.
The food was delicious. (The service was on the slow side even though it wasn't a full house.)
Flowers in little vases on the tables were real.
The bread served was fresh.
My dinner of chicken with hollandaise sauce, asparagus, provolone cheese, and topped with lobster newburg that had big chunks of lobster in it, was truly top notch.
There was even a barred window with the word "TICKETS" at the top. So darned cute!
WHAT WAS THE LAST UNIQUE PLACE YOU DINED IN?