Nestled in a renovated saltbox built in 1740 -- also the former Bethlehem Green courthouse -- you'll find the Woodward House, an intimate dining locale you'll not soon forget:
o $40 for $80 to spend on food and drink
o To start, indulge in creamy tomato bisque, escargot, or smoked trout with mustard dill sauce
o Robust entrées include cod en croute, rosemary-mint-crusted lamb, & beef tenderloin
o Explore the extensive wine list & finish with desserts like warm apple crisp
Wearing Many Hats
Serving at times as a post office, underground railroad stop, and multi-family dwelling, Woodward House emanates historical importance. The original windows, wainscoting, and structural beams are just a few of the features that speak to a bygone era. Flash forward to the present and you'll find contemporary art, custom tables and chairs, and subtle lighting.
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