Would never return. Stopped in for lunch, we waited well over an hour for our food and it never arrived. Other tables were seated and served during our visit. We didn't order anything unusual...I ordered a bowl of their black bean soup, husband ordered the ruben and our daughter ordered the kids ravioli. They weren't busy at all, perhaps there were about 4 or 5 tables aside from ours with customers. We finally left as we needed to get back on the road.
After an argument between 2 people who did not want to seat us, waited 15 minutes for someone to take our order but no one ever came so we left. The real shame was that most of the food was self-serve soups & salads.
Enjoyed lunch at Callaways before taking the train ride. Everyone enjoyed the meal and the service. It was very quaint, just what we were hoping to find in a historic area. The Buffalo
Chili was the best chili we'd ever eaten. Would recommend it if you're in town. The hotel and all the various gift shops make for an entertaining time as well.