To longtime patrons of the restaurant, long-time chef Francisco Diaz taking over management comes as welcome news, because no one knows better than him how to prepare its signature dishes. In keeping with its rich Colonial history, the place is renowned for its classic American and Continental cuisine. London broil, prime rib, pastas, chicken and shrimp entrées, along with clams casino and coconut shrimp appetizers, keep bringing customers back year after year. “Our onion soup is one of the most popular dishes all year ‘round,” says Francisco. “We’re not planning to change the original menu.”
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Ulster County has seen its active cases of Covid-19 double in the last three weeks, with a particularly steep increase
Kingston Mayor Steve Noble, speaking at this month’s Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce breakfast, said a new program using federal community development block grant money and administered through Rupco will deliver approximately $150,000 to tenants who are having trouble paying their rent due to Coronavirus-related health and employment challenges.
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Members of the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a call for potential shots fired in the Town of Esopus.
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