This year, East & Main will be closed from 1 January until 2 February. We’re taking a “refreshment” break and to prepare for the New Year ahead. We’ll re-open for lunch and dinner on 2 February. 2016 was an a great year for East & Main. We have many to thank for the success. A huge […]
Looking for a very special way to spend New Year’s Eve? To end 2016 with style, East & Main Bistro is putting on the Ritz! There will be braised haanover view farm’s pork belly with barley risotto and 5-spice demi… salt roasted beets & squash with heritage greens, sunflower seeds and champagne vinaigrette… escargot baked in phyllo pastry […]
A traditional turkey dinner can be accompanied with a local Riesling or Pinot Noir … If you are going for a glazed ham, I suggest a Baco Noir … I recommend pairing a local Cabernet Franc with roast beef. And a seafood or fish dinner will always be complimented by a perky local Chardonnay.
Thanks to the expertise of Frédéric at Huff Estates, Jonas at Hinterland, Caroline and Maggie at The Grange, Vita at By Chadseys Cairns, — not to forget and the sparkling wines also offered by Casa Dea, Rosehall Run and Lighthall wineries – we now have a well-deserved reputation as a wine region whose sparkling wine stands up to the best — at a reasonable price.
While at By Chadsey’s Cairns, I enjoyed a delightful sparkling Rosesence, which would set an amiable tone for any gathering. Along with a unique orange wine, Broken Stone Winery also offers a stunning fortified wine. David Gillingham at Domaine Darius has crafted a crackingly good Gamay Nouveaux. And last, but not least, if you gravitate towards white wine, I recommend the Not Red, crafted by Rob Peck of Sugarbush Winery.
You could begin with a Sparkling from many fine producers and move on to County-grown Chardonnays that are incredibly food friendly. Our range of Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc and Merlot will handsomely accommodate your taste for reds. A local dessert wine or cider is a perfect pair for your sweet tooth. And locally crafted port-style wines are the perfect match to our local cheese
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.