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November 19, 20114.0
When people say “cozy” or “quaint,” they usually mean small but that is not the case at The Range Line Inn. This pre-1840’s building has been an inn, a stage coach stop, a post office, a telegraph office, a stop on the Underground Railroad, the town meeting hall, a dance hall, and now a restaurant.
Upon entering, the dining area may seem tiny… a few booths to the right, the bar and some tables to the left. Note the specials on the chalkboard, hang up your coat (if you wish) and then go through the bar area to the hidden “host stand” in the back. You’ll be lead through the (almost-as-well-hidden-as-the-host-stand) doorway and through a series of rooms. Most of them have four to six tables each, and one of them even has a fireplace. So sit down, relax by the fire, unwind with a glass of wine and enjoy your dinner!
On a side note: while our server Jane was competent and friendly, the pace of our meal was terrible. Drinks and appetizers arrived in a reasonable amount of time but we were seated at 6:00pm, likely had our order in by the half hour and didn’t get our meal until 7:20pm. Even for a group of ten, that seems a little prolonged.
Nice, thick patty, perfectly cooked, topped with cheese and bacon. If you want onions, just ask! Served with a side of broccoli slaw, chips or fries. The chips looked so good, I stole one off my friends plate and then had to ask for an order of them for myself!
Nice, light breading, not too salty. Great!
These dishes from the Range Line Inn menu are contributed by Menuism users directly, as part of a restaurant review, or as part of an image upload.