- In the 1940s, this inn named after a tribe of Delaware Indians, was converted to a restaurant. Even since, it has inhabited a special place in the hearts of many locals; it offers a serene place for visitors to relax too. The restaurant serves wholesome, innovative American cuisine, such as sandwiches and a host of Cuttalossa classics like Pork Chop, Rack of Lamb and Grilled Vegetable Lasagna. Some dishes have been born out of recipes that have been passed down through the ages, such as the Crab Imperial. The restaurant provides both indoor and outdoor seating, though the patio is by far the most gregarious place to enjoy your meal.
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