On my visit during the Civil War Weekend I stopped in to the Black-Eyed Susan Acoustic Cafe at 22 West Main Street
( www.black-eyed-susan.com )
for lunch, and I am convinced that I will come back on a Saturday night for dinner and live music. My chunky curried pumpkin soup was just the filling dish for a fall afternoon. The owner and all the wait staff were cordial and inviting. When I sense a pleasantness like that then I know that I have found a restaurant that will get my business again.
|Yours truly in the town square.|
( www.AngelicaWinery.com ),
and sampled dry Riesling and Baco Noir. I was impressed, and took home a bottle of the Reisling to chill for dinner tonight.
Two local inns looked very inviting- The Angelica Inn and The Magnolia Inn- but they were busy with their guests from the Reenactment, so I never strolled the grounds nor stepped inside.
As you can see, I left some things to do for my next visit later in the fall.