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gutreactions | Jun 11, 201708:05 AM     3

Original owner/founder Chef Brian MacMenamin has refurbished and reopened Post Road Ale House on Huguenot Street in New Rochelle. He had originally opened this spot in 2009. The restaurant is now open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. They are waiting for their liquor license so certain beers and wines are served complimentary with your meal.

Recently tried such eclectic American tavern specialties as: Cashew Crusted Calamari served with a Tahini dip; big, fresh-made Beef Empanadas with a Caribbean dipping sauce; Tuna Tar Tar with crispy wontons & wasabi; and a beautifully plated Crab Stuffed Sole with Creole dirty seafood rice. That Lamb Shank Osso Bucco the patron next to me was having looked real good, too...

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