75 Main Review
The interior of this old clapboard building in the middle of town is light and airy. Dishes have international (mostly Asian) twists and may include duck-and-vegetable spring rolls with tamarind barbecue sauce and jicama slaw, or grilled Nova Scotia salmon served over Beluga lentils with Swiss chard and red-onion marmalade. There's a weekend brunch as well as a menu for kids. The bar gets busy after 11 pm on Friday and Saturday thanks to a DJ and a crowd that likes to dance.
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