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Lunch in Warwick NY

thaichile Nov 16, 2008 05:42 PM

Following our annual trek to Fox Ridge Farms in Warwick NY for the Christmas tree cutting extravaganza, we will need a place for a nice lunch. Good wine and beer a definate plus. Any suggestions?

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  1. L_W RE: thaichile Nov 17, 2008 04:47 AM

    Just wanna toss this out there....it's not "nice" (more "kitchy") but the food is good:

    Clayton Delaney's Dining Sln
    (845) 469-9002
    60 Main St, Chester, NY 10918

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      dolores RE: L_W Nov 17, 2008 04:57 AM

      Does the Iron Forge Inn serve lunch? It's a place I've read about here but haven't gotten to yet.

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        Avalondaughter RE: dolores Nov 17, 2008 03:14 PM

        Sadly no, not even in the Taproom.

        There are so many restaurants in Warwick though. I'm sure you'll find one to your liking.

    2. sixelagogo RE: thaichile Nov 17, 2008 02:05 PM

      i'm a total fan of the little french lunchoentte (le petit cafe? ) across from the railroad station. Great soups, crepes, salads and the best cafe au latte outside of paris. It's byo and, if it's warm enough, has outdoor seating..

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        littleguy RE: thaichile Nov 17, 2008 04:16 PM

        I recommend the Warwick Valley Winery. The food is awesome and there is plenty of wine and cider to buy at the adjacent tasting room.

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          Sra. Swanky RE: littleguy Nov 17, 2008 05:12 PM

          Definitely! Warwick Valley Winery is a great stop for lunch. They have wonderful wine tastings and great lunch items in the little cafe. Their cheese and bread plate with fresh fruit is my favorite.

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          NJP RE: thaichile Nov 19, 2008 07:58 PM

          We/ve had excellent lunches at 10 Railroad Avenue.

          1. thaichile RE: thaichile Dec 13, 2008 11:37 AM

            We ended up going to Halligan's, an Irish pub. The atmosphere was sterile and lacked the dark woods of the rustic pub. Food was poor except for their spin on Nachos (Irish Nachos) replacing the tortillas with homemade potato chips. Very good, just need to use real cheese on them. The bangers in the mash were disgusting, alledgedly grilled, they had the texture of a bad hot dog. We'll be going elsewhere next year.

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