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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2017/07/12 17:11:14 (permalink)
The Nick Stoner Inn in Caroga Lake, New York has gone through many changes over the years.  The current owners have improved it recently.  Duncan Hines said that "this inn, named for a famous trapper, is surrounded by an 18-hole golf course, which makes it indeed a golfer's paradise.  Chicken and steaks, home-baked bread and rolls are weight tempters."  There may have been a great restaurant here once, but for many decades now the restaurant, "The 19th Hole" seems more likely to be just an extension of the golf course, which is the main attraction.  This is all I could find about it:
 
https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g47416-d4809240-Reviews-Nick_Stoner_Inn-Caroga_Lake_New_York.html
 
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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2017/07/12 17:19:31 (permalink)
Within the boundaries of Letchworth State Park in in Castile, New York is the Glen Iris Inn.  What is true more than 80 years is still true today.  Duncan Hines said of this place that it was "a stately mansion, once the home of William Pryor Letchworth, who donated his estate to New York state for a park.  Woods, waterfalls and canyons make an inviting setting.  The menu is varied and tempting."
 
http://www.glenirisinn.com/
 
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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2017/07/12 17:33:30 (permalink)
Lincklaen House in Cazenovia, New York has been around for a very long time and is as elegant as ever.  Duncan Hines said that "this is one of my favorites.  An old hotel built in 1835, completely modernized.  Aside from an unusually satisfying breakfast, lunch and dinner freshly prepared by women cooks, they also specialize in flower arrangements which I believe you will enjoy seeing."  A look at their website and its dining options will more than likely make you want to investigate this place.
 
http://www.lincklaenhouse.com/
 
 
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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2017/07/12 17:53:26 (permalink)
While only continental breakfast is offered here, you can still eat at the The Cooper Inn in Cooperstown, New York.  Duncan Hines said of this place that it was "named for James Fenimore Cooper who made is home nearby on Lake Osego, in the foothills of the Adirondacks and Catskills.  It is beautiful country and this fine old house well represents the aristocratic homes that have been build in the vicinity for two centuries.  All outdoor sports are available."  His guidebook doesn't mention anything about dining, but it must have offered, otherwise he wouldn't have included it.
 
http://www.cooperinn.com/#gref
 
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