It’s not your grandmother’s Bee anymore. What locals have long thought of as a stuffy, overpriced, prim establishment is now a hip, reasonably priced, eclectic inn and restaurant with a vibe that’s really beginning to buzz.
“Bee Happy” Hours on Tuesday through Thursday evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. offer a complimentary nosh, $4 beers, $5 glasses of wine, $6 specialty drinks and the Inn’s famous Bantam half plates.
Thursday night’s “Bee Indulged” three course dinners including a complimentary bottle of wine are both delicious and affordable.
“Early Bee” specials with a 5:00 p.m. dinner reservation also on Fridays and Saturdays offer one half price entrée with the purchase of another entrée; not only a great deal, but also a nice perk for theater-goers before evening shows and after matinees at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, Ivoryton Playhouse, Goodspeed Theater and Garde Arts Center.
“Bee Laid-Back” on Sunday afternoons … drinks and “apps” are served outside, and local musicians whose careers are just beginning to burgeon will enthusiastically perform for guests.
“Bee Spirited” Petanque (or “lawn bowling”) is a fun group activity on the Inn’s beautifully landscaped back lawn which is offered monthly from late spring through early fall. Groups of friends can come together for some friendly