Salem Cross Inn
Salem Cross Inn information
If you haven't had your fill of colonial reenactment at Old Sturbridge Village, head to Salem Cross Inn, built in 1705 and set on 600 green acres in a bucolic country landscape. The calf's liver with bacon and caramelized onions is a house specialty. In addition to the main dining room there's also the Hexmark Tavern, which cooks up comfort food like chicken pot pie and Yankee pot roast at family-friendly prices. Besides offering traditional New England meals, the inn hosts special events ranging from a colonial-style fireplace feast cooked on an open hearth to a theatrical murder-mystery dinner. To get there follow US 20 to MA 148 north; 7 miles along, turn left onto MA 9 and go 5 miles.