Fodor's Expert Review Dreel Tavern
A 16th-century coaching inn, the Dreel Tavern was resurrected and refurbished in 2017 by two young sisters who have built on the characterful stone building and added some tasteful improvements including an à la carte menu and a Mexican-inspired street food hut, the Shack. Alongside the draft beers, the food showcases local produce such as lobster and smoked fish. The low-ceilinged wood-beamed bar makes for a lively atmosphere, especially during low-key musical gigs and gourmet events. A pretty beer garden overlooks the Dreel Burn and the family garden where much of the produce on the menu grows.