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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2018/01/10 17:55:19 (permalink)
Bishop's Lodge in Santa Fe, New Mexico is currently undergoing renovations, but it will reopen in the summer of 2018.  In the 1950s, a Duncan Hines recommended restaurant was located on the grounds, and from the pictures on the website today, western-style class is exhibited everywhere throughout the dining facility.  I think Hines would probably still recommend it.
 
In his guidebook, Hines wrote that this place was "built on the site of the home of Bishop Lamy, made famous in "Death Comes for the Archbishop."  Let's say that this place is beautiful at night, for it is indeed all of that.  Southwestern Indian architecture.  Spanish food upon request.  Steak picnic."
 
http://www.bishopslodge.com/
 
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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2018/01/10 18:38:53 (permalink)
Brae Loch Inn in Cazenovia, New York is a restaurant that specializes in Scottish dishes.
 
For instance, there is Haggis, which their menu describes as a "traditional scottish delicacy! Oats, lamb, liver, onion, drizzled with single malt whiskey baked.  Served with mashed potatoes."
 
Then there is Edinburgh Rack Of Lamb, which is described as "succulent rack of lamb, glazed in curry mint jelly, encrusted in toasted walnuts & baked."
 
Another is Shepherd's Pie, which is "traditional scottish comfort food!  Ground lamb sirloin, layered with root vegetables, seasoned corn & topped with garlic mashed potatoes."
 
They have a wide selection of non-Scottish dishes as well, but if you want to eat Scottish food, come here.  Duncan Hines did, and I'll bet he would again.
 
In his restaurant guide, Hines wrote that this place was "an old homestead which has been turned into a delightful small hotel.  This is something different.  Decorations are Scotch to go with the name.  They specialize in Scotch pastries taught by the owner by his grandfather.  Scotch steak pie, a special lobster Newburg, their own onion soup, and for dessert Scotch Trifle or you can choose from a tray of Scotch pastries."
 
http://www.braelochinn.com/
 
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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2018/01/10 18:54:41 (permalink)
The Lincklaen House in Cazenovia, New York was a Duncan Hines recommended restaurant, and he would undoubtedly recommend it today.  It is a lodge with two restaurants, one for casual dining, which has the more extensive menu, and the Seven Stone Steps.  Looking over the menu, it all looks good.  They even have Shepherd's pie!
 
Duncan Hines said that it was "an old hotel build in 1835, completely modernized.  Specialtes: New England shore dinners, lobster pie and Newburg, Cornish chickens, baked and broiled, old-fashioned Indian pudding and deep dish apple pie."
 
http://www.lincklaenhouse.com/
 
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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2018/01/10 19:12:22 (permalink)
This is where someone who is familiar with the restaurants in New York state would come in handy.  I have a Duncan Hines recommended restaurant that exists.  I have pictures (see the link below).  I can find nothing out about it.  So if someone knows something about it, chime in.
 
The restaurant in question is the Taconic Inn in Copake Falls, New York.  Duncan Hines said that "the food is plain, cooked country style."  That's it!
 
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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2018/01/10 19:49:11 (permalink)
The Ship Lantern Inn in Milton, New York was a Duncan Hines recommended restaurant, and it would undoubtedly still be.  This is a high-class operation for a high-class clientele.  Hines wrote of it, "Here you will be served excellent French and Italian dishes.  I hope to return again soon."  I'm sure he did.
 
http://shiplanterninn.com/
 
 
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Re: Surviving Duncan Hines Family Restaurants 2018/01/11 20:24:06 (permalink)
In the 1952 edition of his restaurant guidebook, "Adventures in Good Eating," Duncan Hines lists Lindy's in New York, New York.  Hines wrote that it was "a famous restaurant since 1921 and a favorite with theatrical celebrities, writers and a wide variety of people who know and like Lindy's famous coffee.  An ample of selection of sea foods, broiled or roast stuffed whole squab, chicken, roast beef, grilled steaks and chops.  Also hot and cold sandwiches.  You should try Lindy's own homemade cheese cake and desserts."
 
The original Lindy's ended in the late 1960s but was revived in 1979.  As far as I can tell, Lindy's in New York city is still in existence.  They don't have a website that I can find, but I did find a menu.
 
https://www.allmenus.com/ny/new-york/252696-lindys/menu/
 
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