The menus and specials are constantly changing to reflect the seasons using local farms to provide ingredients whenever possible. Specialties of the House are prepared at table-side and include Caesar Salad for Two, Filet Mignon au Poivre and Roast Half Duck Flambe. Fresh fish, pasta and poultry round out the lunch and dinner menus. We offer... Read More
The menus and specials are constantly changing to reflect the seasons using local farms to provide ingredients whenever possible. Specialties of the House are prepared at table-side and include Caesar Salad for Two, Filet Mignon au Poivre and Roast Half Duck Flambe. Fresh fish, pasta and poultry round out the lunch and dinner menus. We offer at least one vegetarian dish every day, and with proper notification we can accommodate your need for vegan, gluten free or heart healthy dishes for you and your guests. All of our menu items are available for Take Out, just call ahead to have your order ready when you arrive, and make sure to ask about our daily Lunch and Dinner Specials.
Piano, guitar, and vocals. Utilizing a talented roster of regional musicians from George Potts to singer Wanda Houston to pianist Roger Young (to name but a few) and sometimes spontaneous performances by Broadway performers, the Fife follows the musical tradition established by Dolph Traymon 45 years ago.
The David Armstrong Room offers a dining experience that is casual by day, and dramatic by night. With its high ceilings, large fireplace, brick and wood paneled decor, this room is used for lunch and dinner each day. During the cooler months, the table next to the Fireplace, is the most sought-after seat. On the walls are the prints of the late local artist, David Armstrong. These marvelous prints are a tribute to Kent: several are favorite local spots of the artist in and around town: “Numeral Rock” and “Preservation” while the portraits are of people whom the artist grew up with, “The Old Man,” his father Bill Armstrong, a legendary master at Kent School, “Eric Sloane” weatherman, fellow artist and collector of Americana, and Bart Segar, the heir to the 200 acre dairy farm located on Segar Mountain now known as Rte. 341.
When you arrive at the Fife, the Eric Sloane Room is located just to the right. The elegant ambiance of the room is the more formal side of the Fife ‘n Drum, the original Main Dining Room. The walls are decorated with signed Artists’ Proofs by the late New England artist, Eric Sloane. The beamed low ceiling dining room, a construction style typical of the early 1900s, is now used mostly for private parties, meetings and holiday dinners. In addition, small weddings, private parties, bridal and baby showers, conferences, private luncheons and dinners are usually accommodated in this room.
The Glass Room was built in 2003 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Fife ‘n Drum. As you walk through the David Armstrong Room, it is located on the south side of the building. With its high ceiling and large glass windows, this dining room is a wonderful addition for lunch, dinner, or small private parties. The fireplace in the winter makes it cozy and warm.Pricing: Lunch Entreés: $10 to $18 - Dinner Entreés: $22 to $40
Other Amenities: ADA Compliant, Meeting/Event Facilities, Special Rentals