Felton, Friends, Heather by Hand

A holiday dinner at the Cremer House

Last weekend we went to the new Cremer House in Felton for a little Christmas dinner with good friends. It was the most perfect place for dinner for the holiday with friends, and we had heard great things. Built by Thomas Cremer in 1874, The Cremer House is the oldest building in downtown Felton. For many years it functioned as the Grand Central Hotel, a restaurant, bar, and boarding house. And now it’s come alive once again and has attracted quite the crowd. Only open for dinner right now, the line starts pretty early. Thankfully, we got there right at open. Their coffee BBQ wings, chicken pot-pie and turkey meatloaf are to-die-for. They also have fried chicken, apple cider donuts {heaven} and serve Vertigo coffee from San Juan Bautista. It’s cozy, romantic and delicious. And I almost forgot about the beer. The beer! Yes, they have beer and plenty of it. Go for the full tasting. So many good things to say. I really can’t wait to go back.

 

 

{heated patio seating.}

 

{We’ve learned to entertain and distract the little one while out to dinner. Such a task!}

 

 

{Jace & his Auntie Heater}

 

{Thanks for such a lovely dinner friend! Had so much fun. I’m sorry I ate all of your donuts.}
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  • Reply Heather December 16, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    I just LOL’d at “sorry I ate all of your donuts”! Can’t wait to go again when you get back from the holidays :)

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