Monday, October 27, 2014

Sunday Lunch at an Old New England Inn

Okay sweet blog peeps...

Remember yesterday how we  promised another post about the Publick House, a lovely old inn,  in Sturbridge, Massachusetts?

Well, today we will tell you about some of the lunch entrees our party enjoyed in Ebenezer's Tavern at the inn.

So if you are hungry, you might want to go grab an apple or something.  (hee hee)

Everyone loved the bread basket offerings, especially the sticky pecan rolls.

One sister had decadent lobster pie, butternut squash and potatoes, shown below:

Here's the tavern's chicken pot pie, enjoyed by another sister:

  The (early Thanksgiving) turkey dinner got  rave reviews from yet another sister!:

  My own lunch, quite tasty, consisted of fish and chips,  but minus the chips. 

Instead, I opted for a green salad with blue cheese dressing. Yummy.

  The raspberry tart turned out to be a perfect ending of the meal for one guest.

Grapenut pudding, unfortunately, got a thumbs down from the sister who ordered it.

  And very old fashioned Indian pudding, dark and spicy, satisfied completely.

  So there you have it. That's the end of  the tavern's lunch offerings.  Are you hungry yet?

We'll close with the bouquet of flowers in one of the inn's hallways. It was so lovely.



Babs said...

I was totAlly satiated after eating yesterday. Looking at these pictures made me very hungry again!!!

Merlesworld said...

i would have the lobster pie and maybe sweets if still hungary.

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: I read that you had a pleasant your Sunday. The food is very tasty and plentiful. Sunday is a day of eating more. We have more time to eat. Keep in touch

Linda O'Connell said...

Susan, you should be a restaurant reviewer; you made these foods sound delectable.

Nellie said...

I've had that very same Lobster Pie! Can't go wrong with the Publick House! I'm just a tad envious.:-)

Karen Lange said...

Thank you so much for sharing this delightful visit with us! I might order the same things you did. It looks wonderful! :) Have a great week!

carolann said...

oh wow very Posh place. Yummier food!

Valerie said...

Such yummyness! =) Loved your review and as always your pictures are gorgeous.

Sandi said...

Now that's comfort food if I've ever seen it! I'm sorry I won't be able to write anymore because I just ate my computer!

Chatty Crone said...

Okay you are living the life I want - lol - you are going out to eat all the time it seems and I love to do that. Hey that food looks so GOOD! I would love to go there.

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

I'll have the lobster pie, please. I love going to lunch at old inns. xo Laura

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