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A winter night with a dusting of snow and a navy blue sky calls out for the pleasure of being warm and cozy by a crackling fire. It gets even better when the fireplace is in a restaurant offering fine food and drink.Read more...
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Fresh Atlantic cod baked with a cracker crumb topping. Served with house rice, seasonal vegetables and finished with a lemon beurre blanc. The Sherwood Inn, located in the lakeside village of Skaneateles has four fireplaces on the main floor and the inn gets many requests for fireside seats.
Ten ounce pork chop stuffed with local apples and brie cheese. Served with Yukon mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables and an apple cider beurre blanc. Phoebe’s Old World charm is right at home in a revitalized area of the city. It features an eclectic American cuisine, reflecting Chef Kuhns’ world travels and culinary experiences.
Served with butternut squash puree, pickled red cabbage, toasted walnuts, with red wine demi. Enjoy the warmth and charm of candlelight and flickering fireplace in Mohegan Manor’s elegant restaurant.
Stuffed with Asiago, grape tomato and Kalamata olives, served with a creamy tomato and corn chutney. Limestone Grille offers a refined yet comfortable setting with Stickley Metropolitan furnishings, pendant lighting, sleek tables, oversized wine glasses, old-style bartending techniques and an inviting fireplace.
Grilled prime tenderloin medallions served on a demi glaze wine sauce and topped with lobster, king crab meat, asparagus and béarnaise sauce. Three cozy fireplaces warm the atmosphere in this restored Victorian manor house.
Fresh Maine lobster crab meat tossed in quarto Mornay cheese sauce and Cavatapi pasta, topped with buttered bread crumbs and crispy panchetta. Take a seat in one of the comfy plush chairs by one of the fireplaces for a before or after dinner drink.
If you’re in the mood for something different, order the dragon roll - crab stick and fresh salmon wrapped in broiled eel. Ichiban is the oldest hibachi restaurant in Central New York. Top hibachi chefs will dazzle you with acrobatic food preparation right before your eyes.
Served on a warm 16-inch loaf of French bread, this hearty sandwich is 24 ounces of slow roasted prime rib, Vidalia onions, bleu cheese horseradish sauce and melted Le Gruyere Premier Cru. The Glen Loch has been in the same family for four generations and has two cozy fireplaces to keep guests warm.
This thick, hearty stew is made with beef, carrots, potatoes & Guinness Stout and served in a bread bowl. Irish hospitality, beautiful mahogany finishings and an inviting fireplace make Coleman’s feel like home.