Historic. Dating to 1740, this former stagecoach stop retains much of its original English country and early American ambience. An eclectic menu is served in the cozy dining rooms with fireplaces and exposed beamed ceilings. Entrées include caramelized rack of venison, pan-seared Barnegat Bay scallops and USDA Prime steaks. The adjacent pub is a more casual and family friendly option with a lively scene and a menu that includes lots of fresh seafood and an oyster bar. Both the tavern and pub are very popular with locals in this small, affluent town that is a pleasant country drive from Morristown. There is some live music in both buildings on most weekends.