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Lock, stock, and many warm plates at this Fulton restaurant By Christopher Malone The bacon-wrapped scallops with tarragon sauce ($10.99). There is something warm about a winter’s walk down to Tavern on the Lock in Fulton. After stepping out of a warm car, walking through slightly falling snow as heated breath plumes rise up, the glow of neon lights beckoning travelers feels like something out of a road trip movie from the late 1970s. Tavern on the Lock, which is located at 24 S. First St. in Fulton, has a cozy aura and an appeal of a country dining room complete with wallpaper and illustrative décor. We were immediately placed at one of the booths in the clean-looking dining area with comfy cushions. The utensils in front of us were clean as was the bathroom, albeit looking like something out of a dimly lit roadside motel. My friend and co-eater Josiah enjoyed a couple of beers each during the entirety of dinner ($6 each, $24 total). We were also bestowed a fresh loaf of bread and butter. The crispy crust was easily cut through and presented a warm, most interior — bread that grandma used to make. We also kicked