The rustic, lodge-inspired Buck Tavern fills palates with selections from a hearty menu of chicken, pork, and seafood meals. Like John Adams when he visited France for the first time, the slow-roasted Cajun pork tenderloin ($19.95) arrives bedecked with bleu cheese and crabmeat, and the south philly pork sandwich ($7.50) dances gingerly with a team of broccoli rabe and provolone. Mouths that favor marine life can plunge into locally caught flounder ($18.95) or attempt to tackle the admiral, a fried cavalcade of crab cake, scallops, flounder, shrimp, deviled clam, and oysters ($29.95). The dining room exudes rustic charm, replete with a buck head adorning the wood paneled walls and a stone fireplace in which visitors can burn still-disappointing report cards. The tavern serves savory feasts Wednesday–Sunday from 4 p.m. until closing.