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Northernman

Middleville, NY

#1 Nov 15, 2008
Other then fast food crap..is there any place in malone to eat out? I know king wok, hosslers, gallagers, but is that it?
MissTree

Middleville, NY

#2 Nov 15, 2008
Northernman wrote:
Other then fast food crap..is there any place in malone to eat out? I know king wok, hosslers, gallagers, but is that it?
Donovans - on Route 37: it is a wonderful steakhouse, with other fine choices - great food, good service.
I haven't been in a while, but I hear that the Golf club dinners are still good. I have never had a bad meal there.
I love gallaghers' soups - very tasty.

I like to eat....period....... that is my problem!
RJW

Middleville, NY

#3 Nov 15, 2008
Donovans, St Lucias Cafe
Whippleville Woodchuck

United States

#4 Nov 15, 2008
I liked Donovan's, but lately I've heard some poor reviews from people that ate there. Namely, that the quality of the entrees didn't match the price tag.
Upstater

United States

#5 Nov 15, 2008
Countryside Diner up on Route 11. Very good breakfasts and lunches!

Since: Sep 07

Schenectady, NY

#6 Nov 16, 2008
Nancy's Village Cafe - across from the Courthouse, Sansones Italian Restaurant - near the Fairgrounds,
Jon's Family Restaurant - across from Price Chopper
food lover

Middleville, NY

#7 Nov 16, 2008
QUOTE who="Northernman"Oth er then fast food crap..is there any place in malone to eat out? I know king Have you tried the Knotty Pine Rest. Chatauegay Lake This is the best food in the area its only 10 from Malone
what

Ashfield, MA

#8 Nov 16, 2008
mary's sunrise cafe, cherry knoll, elm circle, marions, gallaghers, number one, la pizza
RJW

Middleville, NY

#9 Nov 16, 2008
The problem with many of the places named is that they serve crap food, ordinary frozen fare with no imagination or flair.

canned vegetables and frozen fried food do not constitute cuisine.

“Whats the haps peeps”

Since: Aug 07

Jacksonville, Fl

#10 Nov 16, 2008
What Malone needs is a nice BBQ joint or a buffet style restaurant like a Golden Corral

Since: Oct 08

Middleville, NY

#11 Nov 16, 2008
Are you people kidding??? All the restaurants in Malone suck...do you ever get out of this town and eat somewhere else? If you did you would NEVER eat at Hoslers, Jons, Sansomes, Marions or Nancys Cafe. They are all dirty and have some of the most disgusting food I have ever eaten. It's like welfare food or who knows what and they have some of the surliest servers I have ever met! RJW is right, canned vegs and fried crap...that Hoslers was absolutely awful! During fair week this year I swear it looked as if every employee of that place was standing out back smoking, it just looked so unappetizing!!
just the facts

Ashfield, MA

#12 Nov 16, 2008
if you could read, nickupnorth, you'd know the question is, "is there any place in malone to eat out?" and, rjw, my wife and I both just had one of the best home cooked "real food" meals we've had in a long time at the Cherry Knoll. There was no frozen, canned, or pre-prepped food in either of our meals. FYI, I was head waiter and assistant manager of a resort in Placid, I do know food. And I have eaten many meals at many "upscale" (i.e. overpriced) restaurants that serve frozen, canned, and pre-prepped food and charge a fortune for it. Once again, appears that the "if it's in Malone, it must suck" rule is being applied here. And, nick, maybe some of the smokers were patrons?
RJW

Middleville, NY

#13 Nov 16, 2008
Not every restaurant in Malone sucks but the truth is that there is a shortage of good food locally.
Many of the restaurants are not clean and are not particularly nice settings. The truth is that many many local folks travel more than 25 miles to nearby North Country towns to get something that we have a shortage of here-good food in a nice setting.
There are a few nice places here, Donovans, Gal lagers, St Lucia cafe, but for a town of our size the choices are pretty slim.
Beg to Differ

Middleville, NY

#14 Nov 16, 2008
When looking for a place to eat breakfast or lunch I would suggest the Countryside Diner on Route 11 east next door to 5th Wheel Diesel. The place is really clean and cozy and the food is awesome. I wonder if they will ever reopen for dinner like they use to.
fred

Middleville, NY

#15 Nov 16, 2008
no wonder malones over weight.

Since: Oct 08

Middleville, NY

#16 Nov 17, 2008
Oh so sorry just the facts, I had no idea you were the malone topix forum police...As for that delicious beautiful Cherry Knoll, next time you are there I dare you to LOOK UP at the smoke stained yellow cobweb covered ceiling!!!! The way you post on here I bet you were a great "head waiter/ass manager". You must have been one of those "surly" servers I spoke about. How come your not the big head waiter anymore? Unless all the "patrons" at Hoslers wear the same golf shirt and stand by the back door on the BigM side of the building...duh.. yes they were workers.
RJW

Middleville, NY

#17 Nov 17, 2008
Agreed nick, especially the shabby condition that many local restaurant owners keep their places in.
No where else in the country are there so many restaurants with peeling paint on the walls, cobwebs and dust everywhere and haven’t invested a penny in their places for 30 years.
Then when you finally get a great looking place like Hostlers, they serve warmed over (barely) garbage from number 10 cans and the cheapest low quality ingredients they can get their hands on.

Once again, many many locals travel outside the area to spend their hard earned money.
RJW

Middleville, NY

#18 Nov 17, 2008
just the facts wrote:
if you could read, nickupnorth, you'd know the question is, "is there any place in malone to eat out?" and, rjw, my wife and I both just had one of the best home cooked "real food" meals we've had in a long time at the Cherry Knoll. There was no frozen, canned, or pre-prepped food in either of our meals. FYI, I was head waiter and assistant manager of a resort in Placid, I do know food. And I have eaten many meals at many "upscale" (i.e. overpriced) restaurants that serve frozen, canned, and pre-prepped food and charge a fortune for it. Once again, appears that the "if it's in Malone, it must suck" rule is being applied here. And, nick, maybe some of the smokers were patrons?
critisizing upscale restaurants and accusing them of serving pre-prepped-frozen food AND making a fortune doing it, indicates your lack of industry knowedge, any place charging big for junk like that won't last very long.
Malone visitor

Montréal, Canada

#19 Nov 17, 2008
With the present economic problems facing us ALL ....and what is still ahead with job loses, we will see many eating places forced to close. The only eating places doing just OK, at this time, are those that serve fast food....people have cut back with expensive extras! Due to the size of Malone, there are just to many eateries, most because of this reason, are having to cut back on quality and thus, pass it on to the customer.

Since: Aug 08

Malone,NY and Proud of it

#20 Nov 17, 2008
Just my 2 cents, I will always have a place in my heart for Sansone's. He still cooks the spaghetti sauce from scratch, last I knew. For the prices, they serve the absolute best deal in the North Country.

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