A rather disappointing experience. Have been coming to the Wooster Inn for years as a "special place" to eat when attending an OLO performance, but doubt I will ever again. The mashed potatoes were cold and had to be sent back to be "nuked," and the food in general (when it finally arrived) was also rather disappointing. The waitress was friendly, but not very attentive. That a restaurant is so cheap that they can't even serve a spoon with the meal I find really tacky and lacking in basic class -- as many other people do, too. A spoon wasn't even served with the coffee when we ordered desert; we had to use our knives to stir the milk in our coffee. Definitely not very classy at all. Shame on the Wooster Inn! It used to be a rather elegant room to take a guest, but now the place felt more like a sports bar, what with two large TV screens with sports activities going on hanging on the walls. What once was a lovely dining area we found now to be quite pedestrian. Not worth the drive or the price for a rather pedestrian meal, service and ambiance.