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Quaker Hill Tavern Restaurant Review: Quaint colonial charm characterizes the setting, where vintage diner signs with old adages --- “dreams do come true” and “sit long, talk much” --- adorn the otherwise bare beige and dark wood paneled walls of the bar room. The warmly lit dining room, set apart from the bar, is traditionally furnished, distinguishing it as a neighborhood spot, with Americana accents and framed photographs. An array of salads ranging from a "Quaker" to a "Greek" combination stands alongside conventional tavern-style entrées including a New York strip steak and veal meatloaf. A few eclectic European-inspired dishes, such as the chicken francese with rice and sautéed spinach and Asian-influenced selections like sesame-crusted tuna, dot the menu.