The colonial-era Liberty Tree Tavern is clad in dark wood and period portraits of pivotal figures in US history. There are six fairly open rooms that spill over into one another that are sprinkled with brick fireplaces, curios, and other period rich items and wall coverings.
Lunch is an a la carte affair with quite a few unique items. Starters such as blue crab and spinach dip with warm flatbread and Tavern Fried cheese (including a few fried cheese curds) with marinara sauces are customer favorites. A few of the entrees include Liberty Lamb Stew, New England Pot Roast, and the Colony Salad with Washington apples, sweet pecans applewood smoked cheddar, and grilled chicken tossed in a honey shallot vinaigrette. Dessert offerings include a Fruit Crisp, Johnny Appleseed's Cake, and few more prevalent options such as chocolate cake and a sorbet and fruit options.