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Anton's in Croton on Hudson is open again

Nancy C Nov 1, 2013 06:41 AM

Two years after the Halloween snow storm that caused an electrical fire in their place, they have reopened. We'd only gone for breakfast and lunch a couple of times, but enjoyed the food and the friendly owners. Hoping that they are successful and happy, and looking forward to seeing what's on the menu when they add in dinner!


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    Elisa515 RE: Nancy C Nov 1, 2013 08:04 AM

    Excellent news, thanks!

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      dma1250 RE: Nancy C Nov 1, 2013 09:42 AM

      I only went once, shortly after they opened. I don't recall the details, but it was a lot of money for very little and I was totally underwhelmed. I never went back. I was sad that the fire closed them for so long and was happy to see the place being redone, but I have to admit I was secretly hoping something better would take its place.

      So, did I miss something on my one visit or did it get better later on?

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        Elisa515 RE: dma1250 Nov 1, 2013 10:33 AM

        Here's the thread (started by me) from when they first opened. I thought the food was terrific and reasonably priced, and I've missed it as a breakfast and lunch choice for the last two years.

        Give it a try again!

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          frank113 RE: dma1250 Nov 1, 2013 02:47 PM

          Thanks for dredging up your negative impressions from two years ago. That really helps...us and them.

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            dma1250 RE: frank113 Nov 1, 2013 06:54 PM

            Gee I didn't realize that the forum was only for positive comments! Sorry about that. I'll try to limit myself to fluff. Um. Love the faux mediterranian look!

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              frank113 RE: dma1250 Nov 2, 2013 05:31 AM

              Not just positive comments....just not rehashes of comments based on two year old experiences. As far as faux mediteranian: given that it's on the Hudson and not the Mediteranian how would it not be faux?

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                dma1250 RE: frank113 Nov 3, 2013 06:38 AM

                Exactly my point, frank. You can't do Mediteranian in Croton, so why try? All of that time and money spent trying for a look that is bound to fail could have been spent creating a fresh and appealing facade that would actually add to Harmon, rather than being an unsightly mess.

                As to the food, I will give it another shoot.

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          vinouspleasure RE: Nancy C Nov 2, 2013 12:42 PM

          We tried them before they closed, thought the food was very good, very nice people. thanks for the heads-up, we'll be supporting them.

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