Lincoln reps the former head-of-state not only in name, but in taste as well, spotlighting some of his favorite eats, which apparently included oysters and gingerbread. Lincoln's small plate menu focuses on contemporary American cuisine sourced locally from farmers and fishermen in the region. Nothing says 'merica like infused bourbons and a full list of moonshines approved by honest Abe.
For an option that’s sure to please everyone at the table, head to Lincoln’s 12th annual feast. After choosing a starter course from options like French onion soup and lobster hush puppies, head to the carving stations to roast beef, honey-brined turkey, and quine and mustard-glazed wild salmon. Did we mention the unlimited sides? Delicious options include mac ‘n cheese, brioche stuffing, roasted cauliflower, and pumpkin spice cake for dessert. The restaurant can accommodate large groups and prices are $65 per adult and $25 for kids 12 and under.