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Burnt Hills, New York
October 26, 2005
The key (and really only) place to eat while staying at Maho Bay Camps, the Pavillion offers a good selection changing entrée s each evening with a beer/wine bar and salad bar. The food is well prepared and there is a vegetarian entrée offered nightly. We would get there early to get a quiet table and enjoy the end of the day before the crowds arrived. It is definitely not haute cuisine, but if you're staying at Maho Bay Camps, you're already dressed for the evening – flip-flops, T-shirt, and shorts!
From journal Maho Bay - Nature Up Close and Personal
by Jose Kevo
July 8, 2002
We arrived just in time for dinner and a sunset that set the magical ambiance for the remaining of our stay. While we didn't see the illusive momentary green flash; when the setting sun eclipses the distant horizon, I could just as easily have sat there night after night - with or without eating!
Dinners are served nightly from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. with a rotating daily menu that features at least five different entree selections including a pasta and a vegetarian dish. Prices range from $9 - $18 dollars, and all meals include salad bar and beverage. While I sampled the salmon at our table, I'd opted for the chicken fajitas prepared with a Caribbean flare. Everything came in large serving portions and weekend selections, when we were there, were more upscale in selection/price than from earlier in the week when sandwiches and liter entrees are served.
In addition to soft drinks, tea and coffee, there's a bar serving beer and wine. It was pointed out that liquor is not sold at the bar or in the general store, but guests are not prohibited from purchasing and bringing their own in. After dinner, there's a nightly activity or movie shown on the big screen television off to the side.
Breakfasts are served from 7:30 - 9:00 a.m., but the coffee is brewing by 7:00 a.m. for those $1 bottomless cups. For early risers, I highly recommend getting a jump on the day to enjoy the views and tranquillity before everyone else wakes up. Selections for breakfasts ranged from fresh fruits, cereals, muffins and dairy goods, to a full-fare of hot-off-the-grill items that ranged from $3.50 - $7. Again, the servings were large and the crepes, french toast and stacks of pancakes looked excellent.
Keeping with the natural surroundings, small finch-like birds were hovering around the syrup bottles, a female peacock calmly visited tables waiting to be hand-fed, and a pair of rapidly, Unidentified Flying Objects swooshed through our table conversation face level leaving only breeze and flutter-hum.
The Pavilion doesn't serve lunch, but guests can get snacks and liter foods at the Beach Shack which is located in the water sports equipment rental area and open from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
From journal Keeping The Island Virgin At Maho Bay