Architectural glass blocks flank a magenta door, hinting at the funky art-deco motif inside. Herb gardens line the restaurant's perimeter, with brightly painted window boxes above. If you want to eat alfresco, head for the periwinkle tables and chairs on the brick courtyard. The menu, which changes with the seasons and is mostly new American, might include smoked duck with tamarind-raspberry sauce or poached salmon flavored with lemon and basil.
5355 Rte. 212, Mount Tremper, New York, United States
Sep 9, 2012
Total transformation of the building. They now have lodging. We love to eat here, the menu is like no other with flavors taken right out of the garden in the back. Every time we visit the Catskills, we come here and just have the best dinner. Last time the place was drastically changed, when they added lodging and made the dining room smaller and more intimate, which we adore. Our last visit, we stayed, had a lovely room, a great night sleep and a
very romantic dinner. Wish we could stay here more often.