Ebenezer’s Tavern was named after our founder and keeper of the Inn, Colonel Ebenezer Crafts, who entertained Revolutionary troops hearthside with culinary feasts and speciality drinks. As a tribute to the colonel, the atmosphere has maintained its 18th century ambiance adorning oversized wingback chairs, comfortable couches by the fireplace, and the vintage brass beer taps and rum barrels. Sample our jumbo crab cakes and home-made potato chips, or our famous shepherd’s pie and old-fashioned chicken pot pie – generous portions are served up from our tavern-style menu. Come hungry to feast on our generous lunch and dinner meals. The tavern lies outside our old-fashioned Bake Shoppe.