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What You'll Get
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Beginning as Seifrit's Grist Mill in 1773 and moonlighting as a speakeasy in the 1920s, Christine's Creekside Inn has expanded its palate to offer an allegiance of Northern Italian, German, and French cuisine. Beneath the vaulted ceilings of the lodge-like establishment, diners split their glances between the floodlit creek beyond the checkered windows and a menu of steak, seafood, and veal. The baked french-onion-soup au gratin ($4.95) serves as a creamy preamble to the tender veal de la casa, which is washed in a light tomato sauce and served with onions, mushrooms, green peppers, and olives over a bed of linguini ($20.95). A full bar dispenses libations and rumors of the jackalope reversing local farmers' doorknobs.
Though food reviews are polarized, reviewers praise the dining atmosphere. Insider Pagers give Christine's Creekside Inn a three-star average.
The Fine Print
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About Christine’s Creekside Inn
The 200-year-old stone walls of Christine’s Creekside Inn sheltered an 18th-century grist mill, a knitting mill, and a Prohibition-era speakeasy before hosting executive chef and owner Doug Delong. This is a second homecoming for Delong, who was one of the original chefs here during the early 1990s when the restaurant was called Old Mill Inn. After an apprenticeship at the Green Hills Inn to study American and French cuisine, Delong returned to restore the elegance of the restaurant and pour two decades of experience into his hearty meat- and seafood-focused cuisine. Italian taste dominates the menu, so veal and chicken are draped in traditional sauces with lemon and capers, artichokes, or marsala wine to complement their tiny borsalino hats. Steaks are hand-cut from certified Angus beef and pair nicely with wine or a microbrew from the diverse list of 14 bottled beers.
Delicate iron chandeliers descend from timber beams in the peaked ceiling, but their soft glow seems unnecessary against a wall of arched windows that reach nearly two stories on their tippy toes. The broad hall exudes both cathedral grandeur and country charm, making it suitable for an elegant night out or a wedding reception.