Grey Moss Inn Restaurant
If diners close their eyes and inhale as they approach Grey Moss Inn, the scent of mesquite charcoal might trick them into thinking they've been transported to old Texas. Opening their eyes would confirm this, as a rustic rock wall runs the perimeter of the property, which stays cool beneath the limbs of enormous oak trees. For 60 years, much of the menu has gone unchanged, with dishes made fresh every day with herbs culled from the onsite garden. Free-range chicken and aged chops get seared on the outdoor mesquite grill, and the Zagat-rated restaurant keeps an extensive wine list, which earned it Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence 2013, among other laurels.