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Cortlandt Manor, New York
December 30, 2004
Two nights later, we returned for the aforementioned dinner. We go there just as a party of several dozen people was being seated. To the credit of the wait staff, they made sure our order went in promptly and we experienced no delay whatsoever. My husband ordered a spicy Japanese-influenced soba noodle and meat dish that he liked very much, and I ordered a crusted fish dish that came with the most delicious sauce (I can't remember the details). Our toddler got a plate of creamy homemade macaroni and cheese that was so good that we all nibbled at it. We got more take-out maple creme brulees for dessert (even at family-friendly restaurants, which this was, complete with available toys to play with, a several course dinner is sometimes too much to ask of a little one, so we often choose to eat dessert later).
158 Main is open for three meals a day, so we decided to have a breakfast there before our trip was over. The breakfast menu was so large and varied that it was difficult to decide, but eventually my husband settled on eggs Florentine, and I got a skillet dish with eggs, hash browns, sausage, cheese, and veggies. We also shared a side order of pancakes. Apart from having too much food (which we expected and happily took home in a doggie bag), everything was great! 158 Main focuses on fresh, local ingredients, and the quality and taste shows through. Most dinner entrées are in the $12 to $18 range, and breakfast entrées were between $5 and $10.
A chalkboard hanging over the bakery listed a few evening events, such as a coffeehouse and musical guests upstairs on certain evenings, but none were listed for the slightly off-season week that we were there.
From journal Smuggs' Family Fun!
Farmington Hills, Michigan
October 12, 2004
The chowder was excellent, full of clams and cream, but yet still light. They have big sandwiches-try the maple wheat bread! The blueberry pancakes at breakfast are loaded with fruit. Everything is great. I don't think you can order a bad meal there.
From journal Fall in Vermont and Smuggs