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Know your farmer, know your food; It's all good at Outlook Farm

In 1781, Eliza Norton, at the age of 19, built the Norton Tavern at the top of the hill on Route 66 in Westhampton. He reportedly built the inn for his bride. The front upstairs of the house was an open dance hall. There was a fiddler's step built in the middle of the hall from where the music emanated.
 
The Tavern was on the route of an old stage coach that guests would use for their travels. The top of the hill was a good spot for the horse to stop for a rest and water.
 
In 1860, Warner Bartlett bought the Norton Tavern and renamed if Outlook Farm.
In 1781, Eliza Norton, at the age of 19, built the Norton Tavern at the top of the hill on Route 66 in Westhampton. He reportedly built the inn for his bride. The front upstairs of the house was an open dance hall. There was a fiddler's step built in the middle of the hall from where the music emanated. The Tavern was on the route of an old stage coach that guests would use for their travels. The top of the hill was a good spot for the horse to stop for a rest and water. In 1860, Warner Bartlett bought the Norton Tavern and renamed if Outlook Farm.

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