The Potpourri House
Though the restaurant has undergone some transformations over the years, including theme (less tearoom, more burgers and sandwiches) and location, the Ellsworth family has ensured that it’s remained a mainstay of quality and creativity. Still on offer are the gift shop and women’s clothing boutique, as well as the requisite tea house chicken salad, but now the menu appeals across the board, with items like chicken-fried steak, a ribeye steak, and a standing pork roast. We chose to mix it up, sharing the chicken-almond crepes with chardonnay sauce and the smoked Italian meatballs with angel hair pasta and marinara. We could not pass up the gluten-free crème brûlée for dessert (though we shared that too, so as not to appear gluttonous).
Drinks: Beer & wine