Located in a 1790s-era hotel, all-day eatery serves dishes such as build-your-own breakfast sandwiches alongside Hotdogs with a secret sauce
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Constructed in 1799, the Sadsburyville Hotel has enjoyed stretches as a hotel, a post office, and a tavern before finally lending its historical décor to the classic eats of Harry's the Neighborhood Place in 1973. Today, Harry's grills up signature hot dogs, topped with a unique blend of mustard, chopped onion, and meat sauce forged from a secret recipe. The restaurant warms locals with house-made soups and spicy chili made from scratch, served aside morning offerings of omelets and eggs benedict and dinner dishes of seafood, burgers, and strip steaks. Visitors can select from one of more than 35 beers to enjoy on the seasonally outdoor patio or enjoy a celebration in one of the private party rooms.