Our short winter break is over, and we’re here to soothe your February blues. (Or is it spring already? Looking outside, we made need to get that lawnmower out of storage…) As you can see, we’ve been to the ends of the earth (well at least the southwest tip of Europe), on a mission to research food […]
Not until you visit a country can you truly appreciate its uniqueness. Portugal, for example, is a country rich in history — with some suggesting that Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens might have long ago co-existed in its north. Grapes have been cultivated on the Iberian Peninsula since at least 2,000 B.C. When the Phoenicians arrived, […]
This year, East & Main will be closed from 4 January until 4 February. We’re taking a break to reflect upon 2015 and to prepare for the New Year ahead. We’ll re-open for lunch and dinner on 4 February. 2015 was an a great year for East & Main. We have many to thank for […]
Countylicious is over, and our winter menu has arrived. What could be better for lunch than roasted chicken & double smoked bacon club sandwich? For dinner, try duck leg confit with cocoa spaetzle, roasted vegetables and a chinese 5-spice demi glaze. Click here find out more options.
In the British Isles, and certain parts of Europe, the days following Christmas have their own set of traditions to observe. On Saint Stephen’s Day (Boxing Day), “mummers” in England celebrate the traditional wren dance. (In rural Ireland the performers were known as “wren boys”.) There are two possible origins for the wren hunt […]
Looking for a very special way to spend New Year’s Eve? To end 2015 with style, East & Main Bistro is putting on the Ritz! There will be salt roasted beets with heirloom carrot confit and morel mushroom stuffed with carrot mousse, goat cheese, frissé lettuce, house cured bacon… Bresaola – shaved air-dried beef, baby […]
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.