The restaurant occupies the first floor of an 1895 Federal-style brick hotel furnished with Victorian antiques. Rich wallpaper, antique light fixtures, and lace curtains outfit the parlorlike dining room, but you don't have to dress up to eat here. The seasonal menu swings from Continental to contemporary, with such dishes as pistachio-crusted mahi mahi and prime rib. In the taproom, also on the first floor, an elk head peers down from its mount on the wall. Five guest
rooms are available upstairs.
111 S. Main St., Naples, New York, 14512, United States