I was happy to be eating at Olney Ale House for many reasons. My aunt and my mom were visiting so it was a nice treat to have lunch with them. I didn't have to pick the place where we were going to eat (I am notoriously bad at this). My mom used to eat there when she was in high school and that made it seem cute and special.
It was actually very cute. They had a fireplace and it felt like a cozy log cabin. It was very busy, but the service was great (this is always a huge plus for me). We all ordered a salad that they had on their specials which had pears, dried cranberries, pecans, feta cheese and grilled chicken and had a loaf of their famous bread and butter. The salads were huge and delicious! I love fall flavors and this was the perfect combination of ingredients. The chicken was also perfect, which can really make or break a salad. In fact the salads were so big that we combined them all for me to take home and I ate it for another two days. The bread was also very yummy, served with whipped butter.
The Olney area seems to have a lot of restaurants popping up, but I recommend trying the Olney Ale House if you're out that way.