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Farmer & the Fish Restaurant Review: Situated in a renovated 18th-century farmhouse that was once the Purdy Homestead, this restaurant has redefined the venerable space yet preserved the heart of its history, which can be seen in its fireplaces, old wooden floors, exposed timber infrastructure and chimney. It’s open and airy and conducive to lingering over drinks before dinner. Try a half dozen clams and oysters on the half shell from local and nearby waters. Then check out hearty options like the suckling pig and the barbecue spiced Amish chicken. Accompany them with sides such as Napa cabbage and shaved garden vegetable coleslaw, and jalapeño cheddar cornbread fingers. A diverse and accessible wine list with economical and high-end bottles ensures a selection for any occasion.