If you haven’t had the pleasure of attending this dinner, you are missing a treat!
Hosted at the historic Reynolds-Beers House, this “authentic” dinner will be limited to 2 seatings with the first seating at 1:00 p.m. and the last seating at 4:00 p.m. The cost for this wonderful meal is only $25 per person. Consider asking family and friends to join you and spend a relaxing afternoon with great food, soft period music and the friendly family atmosphere of the historic Reynolds-Beers House...and it's a steal at the price!
The menu includes a succulent roasted Cornish game hen with cider sauce, rich and delicious parsley potatoes, beet salad, and amazing succotash. You have your choice of coffee, tea and cider. On the tables there will be home-baked cranberry and pear breads with butter. And for dessert, you will be served moist pumpkin cake with a dollop of whipped cream.
Proceeds from the dinner will be used to help with the maintenance, restoration projects and expenses for the Reynolds-Beers House, the Little Red Schoolhouse, the Miller Barn, and the Little Gas Station.
For reservations, call Cappy at 203 4844-2133 or Florence at 203 484-5072. Checks should be mailed to the Totoket Historical Society at P.O. Box 491, Northford, CT 06472.
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