After a wonderful mexican meal at Burrito Poblano last night (review http://www.chowhound.com/topics/511151), we crossed the street to have dessert and coffee at Thomas Stone. It's a newish storefront restaurant in one of the new buildings on Main street.
It was almost empty last night (Sat, 10PM). Downtown Tuckahoe (especially up main street) is still pretty deserted. I also have not read any reviews about the place on this board.
The food was good and reasonably priced (I had the salmon special a few months back, and the lava-like chocolate cake last night). Unfortunately, they are still awaiting their liquor license, but it means BYOB with no cork fees in the meantime. I noticed on their menu that they have a children's menu, a Sunday brunch, live Jazz on weekend nights, and free WI-FI in the lounge.
The decor is a little hit-miss for me. The furniture is very nice: dark wodden table and leather chairs. Good lighting. The artwork is a little eclectic, although I am not sure it's in a good way. It seems more random than ecclectic actually.
I can't vouch much for the place, but I think it's worth people checking and getting the word out. It seems like it has potential, and I am all in favor of supporting new restaurants in our little village!