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Stopped in for dinner, no reservations but we were early enough that it wasn’t a problem. She had the Reuben which came with home-made chips. Chips were great, and the Rueben was also excellent. Nice lean corned beef on swirled rye/pumpernickel bread. I had a Lobster pot pie. It had a very light pastry puff on top of fresh vegetables. There were nice size chunks of lobster meat and claw meat. Very good. I also tried their Chocolate Martini, and found it to be one of the better ones I’ve tried in the area. The atmosphere was, very nice. Our server was attentive and informative with a pleasant attitude. We will go back. Will try the peaceful outdoor courtyard dining next time if weather permits.
Hadn’t been to Limeport in over a year and we went back last night. Wish I hadn’t waited so long. Good food and good drinks in a charming country setting. Food was absolutely delicious. Starting with salads, Limeport makes all of their own dressings. I particularly love the sesame soy, tasty and light without that heavy sticky taste I have experienced at some of the chains. For entrees, I had seared scallops with soba noodles, and the scallops were done perfectly, delicious. I tried a bite of my husband’s salmon, and it was also excellent.
I am very fussy when it comes to food. I order take out pizza here a few times a month. I also eat in the bar every couple of weeks, never ate in the dining room. The food is great, the service is top notch. Their pizza is the best in the valley. Making a pizza isn’t rocket science but why do so many places turn out inedible garbage? Limeport Inn is one of the few places that gets it right, thin tasty fresh crust, and quality cheese, and fresh ingredients. The chefs there know what the hell they’re doing.