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A few weeks ago I was working on cleaning out the apartment of my aunt who had recently passed away. She was 88 on her last birthday and for many years lived alone. Like many people of her generation my aunt was a “saver.” In the process of organizing everything I came across a copy of Woman’s Day magazine that she had saved from April 1939. The cover price was two cents. The magazine was in almost mint condition. The pages had yellowed, but otherwise it was perfect. I don’t know her reason for keeping this particular issue, because there were no other copies of the magazine to be found in he...
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This past Sunday, September 20th, was the first day of lunch service at the inn...we didn't know what to expect.  What could be better than Chef Daniel Boulud, only one of the most famous chefs in the world having lunch with us as one of our first guests. He enjoyed a quiet lunch on the terrace, going unnoticed by others around him. This was a pretty nice surprise, and a great way to get our Sunday lunch off and running. Lunch will served on Sunday from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Brunch is also being served, from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Our 60" wide, HD television will be featuring the local sports team...
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I am quite partial to lobster rolls.  At the inn we offer a traditional lobster roll that is absolutely delicious.  However, just recently I experienced a lobster roll like no other.  Pure, simple joy!  If you are driving on Interstate 95 going north or south, you must stop in Clinton, CT and pay a visit to the Lobster Landing, you won’t be sorry.  On a recent trip to Newport, RI for the annual return-to-college excursion with my daughter, we were tipped off by one of the locals about this gem.  For $13.00 it is a big bite of heaven.  The secret…it’s a warm lobster roll, in a grilled bun, fill...
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Read about The Bernard's Inn Garden on "Artful Diner" from NJ.com Link to \"Artful Diner\" NJ.com "The Bernards Inn’s garden is part of a growing trend of cooking with locally grown produce. The chefs at the Bernards Inn first planted their garden about a year ago, realizing a long-time professional dream of Chef Heyer’s. He had always sought out local produce; but, motivated by the opportunity to grow the restaurant’s own vegetables and herbs, the garden takes this to a new level. In addition to great taste and freshness, local gardens offer a number of benefits to the environment: less pol...
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Thank you to Jack Robertiello for his recent posting about The Bernards Inn... Link to \"Drinks Ink\" Blog Drinks Ink: Selling wine to go By Jack Robertiello “We offer these wines with the intent to build relationships with our customers, so that they can get something unique and different,” Baldwin says. “We don’t want to sell a wine they can get at a retail store, but we are looking to sell people wines they can’t find that might be small production but not necessarily expensive.” - Terri Baldwin
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