Assembled in an old schoolhouse, Clough Crossings populates its menu with bites to satisfy seafaring stomachs and carnivorous canines. Nosh on fish tacos ($10.95), bacon-encrusted scallops ($13.95), citrus salmon salad ($15.95), or the grilled-chicken pita sandwich ($9.95) while your eyes ogle the local historical photographs. Share the grilled wings with a date or body double ($7.95), or salivate over standout patron favorites such as the pan-roasted chicken ($16.95) or the caramelized salmon resting on a bed of sweet-potato mash, covered with julienne vegetables and a honey-merlot glaze, each served with a choice of salad or soup ($18.95). Pair amiable eats with a glass of wine ($6.50–$8.75) or saddle up to the bar, stocked with enough imported, domestic, and craft brews to cultivate minds, spirits, or a giant briefcase full of alcoholic dissertations. During the summer, diners can enjoy meals amid trees, flower gardens, and fresh breezes on Clough Crossings' scenic patio.