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Saturday, October 23, 2021

πŸπŸ˜‹ A treat! πŸ˜‹πŸ

 Thank You for all the agreeing comments, on my last post .   How lovely, to know, that many, also find a quiet joy, in the coming darker season.

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We ate at "The Olde Bryan Inn"...  This building has been here, since 1773!   And has been many things, over all those years.

Along the way, it has acquired a Ghost, of course!  πŸ‘»   But this one is called "The Lady In Green."  ~~~~~~~~    See the upper window, next to the sign...?  That is now a tiny sitting room, with a (bathroom) sink~and~'pottie,' just off of it.   I have tried to make contact with her, in the sitting room.  But sadly, to no avail.   -sigh-

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This is one of 3 old fireplaces in the building.  All 3 used to be actually wood burning.  And were delightful.   Sadly now, only the one in the bar area, is wood burning.   These, in a restaurant part, are now gas.   But I must say, they are very, very original looking logs.  Obviously not turned on, when  we were there, due to our daytime warm temps.

This is looking up, over the back of our booth, to the overhead lighting.

A slightly raised eating area....  To the right of our booth.

His Fish And Chips.   We never eat fried food at home.  And I never used to *let* him get this, even when we ate out.   But!  At this point!  I thought...  "Come on!!!!!!!   It's not every day!"   πŸ˜‹

 

My hamburger topped with Swiss cheese and sauteed mushrooms.  With no bun.  Fries, and tomato/lettuce.   Plus ranch dressing.   ~~~~   Sadly, the hamburger itself, was not as good as another restaurant.  I'll get something else, next time.   And yes, they have a Gluten Free menu.
 

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"Autumn tucked me in her woodland home, a honeyed spot for my soul to roam."  ~Angie Weiland-Crosby

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14 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

Those fries look as if they'd melt in your mouth!! One thing I cannot turn down are fresh fried french fries!!

What a wonderful place to dine. Even if the burger wasn't the best, the atmosphere more than made up for it.

Ginny Hartzler said...

This is a wonderful and unique place. And the food look so good!

Ginny Hartzler said...

P.S. I hate wood burning stoves in restaraunts. The smell gets my allergies and is just too overwhelming. So I would love a gas fireplace!

Mari said...

I love old buildings and this one is so cool! I would stop there for sure if I was in the area.

Lori said...

That is nice to have such a wonderful place near by. The fish and chips look so good. It's chilly here today and could use a fireplace. Tomorrow however is supposed to be 80. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

At Home In New Zealand said...

What a lovely old building, and the decor looks fabulous.

happyone said...

I love this restaurant, great atmosphere. What a great old building and the food sure looks good. Fish and chips is one of my favorite meals.

Carla from The River said...

WOW, I love the atmosphere of this establishment. 1773, amazing and a ghost too. How fun. Ha Ha!
I will have the Fish and Chips. YUM!

nookworm said...

That sure is a very cozy looking place and I would go there in a minute! No, I would go there too often! Love the photos!

nookworm said...

P.S. The fish looks delicious! I would have gobbled it up in a minute!

Sue said...

I so enjoy eating at places like this, and the food looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing.
Sue

Jeanette said...

What an awesome looking restaurant and the food looked good too!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I would have been tempted by the fish and chips but I always love hamburgers! Let's go to that other place and get one! heehee!

Jenny the Pirate said...

AH! The pirate LOVES atmospheric places like that! I'm so glad your beloved had what he wanted for dinner, not worrying about consequences. Every now and then we must do that. Your burger looked good even sans bun but I'm with Hootin' Anni ... wow give me those fries!!! The old building is fascinating! xoxo