In the John Carver Inn in Plymouth, there’s a restaurant that features a fountain ringed with lights that change colors, chandeliers that evoke melting icicles, and backlit acrylic panels that resemble blocks of ice.
The decor at WaterFire Tavern is eye-catching, and the menu, which leans heavily toward small plates and shareable dishes, makes for good reading. Prices are also reasonable, but on a recent weeknight visit, the food was inconsistent and the kitchen’s pace glacially slow. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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