It’s once again time oor Countylicious! Come out and celebrate spring! April 10 to May 3, East & Main is offering a special three course dinner for $35. Tempting starters like hot-smoked maple-cured salmon with apple & red cabbage slaw or smoked beef brisket with Moroccan spiced demi-glaze, parsnip purée, and parsnip chips… For mains, what could […]
66 Gilead Distillery … Whiskey du Bois has been aged in casks once used to age maple syrup. This whisky is like a smooth velvet glove, covering a warm fiery heart. There is a definite influence of the smoky maple flavour, with a touch of sweetness. On its own, it is a delightful sipper.
Keint-He Winery, … Portage Chardonnay … The influence of the wood on the wine introduced vanilla, mace and toffee notes to the palate. Pronounced citrus prepared the mouth for its full experience while the natural, underlying County minerality and acidity acted as a palate cleanser.
Like to see the latest special on the menu? Wouldn’t it be great if someone from our kitchen would present pictures of their prized creations? Well, wait no more. Mike Bell has graciously offered to post photos, when he can find a break in the action. (Which isn’t very often…) Thanks guys, we have the best team! Click […]
Hubbs Creek 2012 Riserva Pinot Noir… will dramatically make you appreciate the exceptional potential of our region. John Battista, and his brother Joseph Calvieri, first planted Pinot Noir vines in 2002 and, ever since, their wines have grown a devoted following.
Thank you Casa Dea for the exquisite Sparkling Rosé, which set the evening’s tone alongside the hors d’oeuvres. Barley Days Brewery offered a selection of locally crafted beers, which were enjoyed by lip-smacking aficionados. Guests were offered a choice of Three Dog Winery Red or White wines, as well as Hillier Creek “Colonel Cuvee” Red or 2009 Riesling. We are so grateful that these wineries offered their wines as part of the dinner.
Welcome to East & Main
Your hosts, Kimberly and David, want the memory of the best in local fare to bring you back to Prince Edward County. Their idea: provide luxury comfort food, but use fresh local ingredients with perfect service that never intrudes upon the camaraderie of good friends. Wellington offered the natural intersection for wine, produce and country casual.