The area lacks much in the way of fine dining, but The Grange is a terrific exception. With true farm-to-table as its theme, the meals are infused with freshness and originality.
One never knows what will be in the dinner menu in this small, rustic, intimate dining room, since the chef determines what to make depending on what is locally available. On the night we were there, I had a sausage topped fresh salad, with a terrific steak for dinner (with fresh veggies, of course). My wife enjoyed her vegitarian eggrolls, followed by a terrific duck. A shared flourless chocolate cakes was scrumptious.
The wine list is also locally sourced, which can be disappointing. But try to excellent hard cider!
It’s worth a trip to this spot, but make sure you have a reservation – and note that they have several days closed weekly, and early closings from time to time.