Started off with a warm bread basket with whipped butter. The bread is from a local bakery down the street, and tasted super savory and fresh!
The soup of the day was a curried chicken and vegetable soup, followed by a creamy caesar salad topped with assorted rye and white croutons. ($10)
The special of the day was a turkey and stuffing sandwich on top of a bun. I think it was just for Thanksgiving, but it was really good! The portion sizes were quite big – my mom and I split one so only half a portion is pictured above. The soup and sandwich special was $15.
Overall. the meal and service was great. The Lodge itself has a very comfortable atmosphere with aged wood detailing, as it has been in business since 1852! The only issue we encountered was that washrooms were located upstairs, which was a bit of a struggle for my 84yr old grandma… But if you’ve got spry young legs, it shouldn’t be a problem.
Anyway, continuing on with the drool-worthy photos… Thanksgiving dinner! We didn’t do a big dinner or anything this year. In previous years, some of my mom’s friends have come over for a little party, but this year we just decided to chill out.
Started off with some tomato soup – pureed tomatos, other vegetables, and various spices for that little kick!