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Ivy Inn Restaurant Review: Built in the 1870s and briefly a speakeasy in the Roaring 20s, the Ivy Inn is now a place to find eclectic American and continental dishes such as broiled Canadian salmon with stir-fried vegetables in hoisin sauce with wasabi mashed potatoes, or a hearty pasta, perhaps cavatelli with broccoli rabe, sun-dried tomatoes and roasted pine nuts. Although not a “steakhouse,” the menu’s steaks and chops are notable and popular among the regulars. For dessert, we recommend the crème brûlée. The wine list is brief but flights of red and white selections are offered at affordable prices. ”Early Bird” dinners attract the budget-conscious and a quality children’s menu brings in families. This former stagecoach stop offers a warm, cozy and romantic ambience.