Larison Main Street Llc

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Po Box 713

Long Valley, NJ

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You can buy a dinner and a stuffed raccoon in the same place. This place looks like it is ready to open the doors to the garage sale crowd, any second. I thought I would have a burger and then buy a lamp. Unfortunately, if turned the lamp on, I would probably be able to see what I was eating.That is if I could clear the flies off the top of the meal. There were so many flies in this clip joint. The other diners made the place look like a King Kong movie when he was swatting the planes on top of the Empire State Building. I think they were all coming from one of the taxidermied animals on the shelf. Some grumpy old Scotish woman kept coming out of the kitchen and yelling obsanities at a foreign worker. She kept saying, ... Frikin' Mexicanos over and over. I guess you shouldn't hire illegal aliens. No one said a floor show was included. Anyway. I walked out side, and had to take a dump in the parking lot as my stomach hurt from the food. I'm going back tomorrow. Maybe I'll bring a democrat with me.

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★☆☆☆☆

You can buy a dinner and a stuffed raccoon in the same place. This place looks like it is ready to open the doors to the garage sale crowd, any second. I thought I would have a burger and then buy a lamp. Unfortunately, if turned the lamp on, I would probably be able to see what I was eating.That is if I could clear the flies off the top of the meal. There were so many flies in this clip joint. The other diners made the place look like a King Kong movie when he was swatting the planes on top of the Empire State Building. I think they were all coming from one of the taxidermied animals on the shelf. Some grumpy old Scotish woman kept coming out of the kitchen and yelling obsanities at a foreign worker. She kept saying, ... Frikin' Mexicanos over and over. I guess you shouldn't hire illegal aliens. No one said a floor show was included. Anyway. I walked out side, and had to take a dump in the parking lot as my stomach hurt from the food. I'm going back tomorrow. Maybe I'll bring a democrat with me.

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I had dinner here with a couple of friends on a recent Saturday evening and it wasn't bad, although big eaters who fondly remember the all-you-can-eat bounty and the convivial atmosphere of the old Larison's Turkey Farm will probably be disappointed.

It being a pleasant spring weekend afternoon, we were expecting big crowds (more memories of Larison's), but the place was practically deserted. We stood in the vestibule between the dining rooms for several minutes waiting for someone to seat us and were finally spotted by a waiter who seemed genuinely surprised he had some customers. By the time we sat down on rickety wooden chairs at a cloth-covered table in a small, empty dining room with faded wall paper and a somewhat musty, old-fashioned air, we were braced for a less than stellar dining experience.

After reciting the evening's specials (a couple of seafood dishes), our waiter launched into a lengthy, unsolicited sales pitch for the restaurant's steaks, almost making it sound as if there were nothing else on the menu worth eating. His enthusiasm for the beef notwithstanding, we all ordered the turkey, hoping he wouldn't take it as a personal affront. To be fair, however, he was courteous and attentive, and overall the service was fine.

As a starter, I had a creamy potato and leek soup -- quite pleasant, although it could have been served hotter. The entree was a far cry from the all-American, Thanksgiving-style dinner Larison's was famous for. To begin with, it was a lot smaller and a lot more expensive ($18.95), with a distinctly British slant. The turkey, a few, thin slices of white meat, was served with "bubble and squeak," which is a mash of potatoes and other root vegetables garnished with bacon, and pureed swedes, a kind of turnip. Rounding out the plate were a few watery, undercooked, underseasoned florets of steamed cauliflower and broccoli, and a bread dressing. The turkey was tender and moist, and the sides (except for the steamed vegetables) were quite tasty, but the puny portions and the steep price made the dinner a poor value. Deserts, standard commercial bakery staples like cheesecake and apple pie, were displayed in a cold case just inside the restaurant's entrance and looked skippable, so we did. The total tab for three entrees, two appetizers, and an iced tea, beer, and glass of wine, with tax and tip, was $120.

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★★☆☆☆

I had dinner here with a couple of friends on a recent Saturday evening and it wasn't bad, although big eaters who fondly remember the all-you-can-eat bounty and the convivial atmosphere of the old Larison's Turkey Farm will probably be disappointed.

It being a pleasant spring weekend afternoon, we were expecting big crowds (more memories of Larison's), but the place was practically deserted. We stood in the vestibule between the dining rooms for several minutes waiting for someone to seat us and were finally spotted by a waiter who seemed genuinely surprised he had some customers. By the time we sat down on rickety wooden chairs at a cloth-covered table in a small, empty dining room with faded wall paper and a somewhat musty, old-fashioned air, we were braced for a less than stellar dining experience.

After reciting the evening's specials (a couple of seafood dishes), our waiter launched into a lengthy, unsolicited sales pitch for the restaurant's steaks, almost making it sound as if there were nothing else on the menu worth eating. His enthusiasm for the beef notwithstanding, we all ordered the turkey, hoping he wouldn't take it as a personal affront. To be fair, however, he was courteous and attentive, and overall the service was fine.

As a starter, I had a creamy potato and leek soup -- quite pleasant, although it could have been served hotter. The entree was a far cry from the all-American, Thanksgiving-style dinner Larison's was famous for. To begin with, it was a lot smaller and a lot more expensive ($18.95), with a distinctly British slant. The turkey, a few, thin slices of white meat, was served with "bubble and squeak," which is a mash of potatoes and other root vegetables garnished with bacon, and pureed swedes, a kind of turnip. Rounding out the plate were a few watery, undercooked, underseasoned florets of steamed cauliflower and broccoli, and a bread dressing. The turkey was tender and moist, and the sides (except for the steamed vegetables) were quite tasty, but the puny portions and the steep price made the dinner a poor value. Deserts, standard commercial bakery staples like cheesecake and apple pie, were displayed in a cold case just inside the restaurant's entrance and looked skippable, so we did. The total tab for three entrees, two appetizers, and an iced tea, beer, and glass of wine, with tax and tip, was $120.

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We've eaten at Pudding Stone many times, since the Larison's switch.

We found the food very good, but service is spotty. Servers don't know what the ingredients are in a dish. And food arrives at the table, missing an entree, only to be told THEN, when everyone else is served, "Oh, we're out of that dish tonight, you'll have to order something else". Of, course, the rest of us are almost finished when the final dish arrives. I could accept the delay and error in taking the order, but no one appologized for the problem. I work in the restaurant industry, and when there's a problem, I want to know it, acknowledge it, and correct it as soon as possible. That's how you keep people coming back.

We're not coming back to Pudding Stone.

Jake

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We've eaten at Pudding Stone many times, since the Larison's switch.

We found the food very good, but service is spotty. Servers don't know what the ingredients are in a dish. And food arrives at the table, missing an entree, only to be told THEN, when everyone else is served, "Oh, we're out of that dish tonight, you'll have to order something else". Of, course, the rest of us are almost finished when the final dish arrives. I could accept the delay and error in taking the order, but no one appologized for the problem. I work in the restaurant industry, and when there's a problem, I want to know it, acknowledge it, and correct it as soon as possible. That's how you keep people coming back.

We're not coming back to Pudding Stone.

Jake

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I worked my way through college working in restaurants. When I go out, I tend to be more forgiving than the average person because I know how hard it is to make everything right. But even I have to say, this is the most pathetic excuse for a restaurant I have ever encountered. From the very beginning, the waiter/bartender was obviously vexed about something. Despite our efforts to be cheery to him, he continued to glower and answer questions as if we had asked them fifty times. When he went to retrieve our drinks, we all just shrugged and thought, "He must be having a bad night." He was just getting started. He brought a frozen Margarita out which still had whole cubes of ice in it. My friend decided to just settle for a beer instead. When the beers came out, we remarked that they were not cold. He said, "Yeah I know. The cooler doesn't work too good." When I asked why they didn't just put some on ice he just shrugged and asked if we were ready to order. We should have left then, but we didn't. We ordered a Caesar salad, and a special salad off of the menu. The Caesar salad had fake dressing on it. The special salad was supposed to have hard boiled eggs and cheeses and other goodies on it. When it came, none of those special things were on it. When my friend told the waiter that this wasn't what she had ordered, he said, no kidding, "Yeah, I know. We're out of the salad you ordered." He was incensed when she refused to eat it. The turkey dinner was as dry as it could be, with canned gravy on it. The rib steak was way over cooked and had almost no flavor. The whole experience was a big buzz kill. We used to love Larison's. I realize that everybody has a bad night, but these people could at least be friendly about it. Everywhere I go in Chester, people are talking about how rude the place is, and how they are always out of specials, which they don't tell you till you've ordered. One couple that I see out and about told me that they were having lunch at the bar, and they smiled at the owner, who looked right at them and walked away without even saying hello. What's up with that? Maybe they should learn that the beer is supposed to be cold, and the service should be warm. Along with everything else, they have that backwards. Sally Lund's is perhaps more their speed. I think they have far more than they can handle.

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★☆☆☆☆

I worked my way through college working in restaurants. When I go out, I tend to be more forgiving than the average person because I know how hard it is to make everything right. But even I have to say, this is the most pathetic excuse for a restaurant I have ever encountered. From the very beginning, the waiter/bartender was obviously vexed about something. Despite our efforts to be cheery to him, he continued to glower and answer questions as if we had asked them fifty times. When he went to retrieve our drinks, we all just shrugged and thought, "He must be having a bad night." He was just getting started. He brought a frozen Margarita out which still had whole cubes of ice in it. My friend decided to just settle for a beer instead. When the beers came out, we remarked that they were not cold. He said, "Yeah I know. The cooler doesn't work too good." When I asked why they didn't just put some on ice he just shrugged and asked if we were ready to order. We should have left then, but we didn't. We ordered a Caesar salad, and a special salad off of the menu. The Caesar salad had fake dressing on it. The special salad was supposed to have hard boiled eggs and cheeses and other goodies on it. When it came, none of those special things were on it. When my friend told the waiter that this wasn't what she had ordered, he said, no kidding, "Yeah, I know. We're out of the salad you ordered." He was incensed when she refused to eat it. The turkey dinner was as dry as it could be, with canned gravy on it. The rib steak was way over cooked and had almost no flavor. The whole experience was a big buzz kill. We used to love Larison's. I realize that everybody has a bad night, but these people could at least be friendly about it. Everywhere I go in Chester, people are talking about how rude the place is, and how they are always out of specials, which they don't tell you till you've ordered. One couple that I see out and about told me that they were having lunch at the bar, and they smiled at the owner, who looked right at them and walked away without even saying hello. What's up with that? Maybe they should learn that the beer is supposed to be cold, and the service should be warm. Along with everything else, they have that backwards. Sally Lund's is perhaps more their speed. I think they have far more than they can handle.

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I worked my way through college working in restaurants. When I go out, I tend to be more forgiving than the average person because I know how hard it is to make everything right. But even I have to say, this is the most pathetic excuse for a restaurant I have ever encountered. From the very beginning, the waiter/bartender was obviously vexed about something. Despite our efforts to be cheery to him, he continued to glower and answer questions as if we had asked them fifty times. When he went to retrieve our drinks, we all just shrugged and thought, "He must be having a bad night." He was just getting started. He brought a frozen Margarita out which still had whole cubes of ice in it. My friend decided to just settle for a beer instead. When the beers came out, we remarked that they were not cold. He said, "Yeah I know. The cooler doesn't work too good." When I asked why they didn't just put some on ice he just shrugged and asked if we were ready to order. We should have left then, but we didn't. We ordered a Caesar salad, and a special salad off of the menu. The Caesar salad had fake dressing on it. The special salad was supposed to have hard boiled eggs and cheeses and other goodies on it. When it came, none of those special things were on it. When my friend told the waiter that this wasn't what she had ordered, he said, no kidding, "Yeah, I know. We're out of the salad you ordered." He was incensed when she refused to eat it. The turkey dinner was as dry as it could be, with canned gravy on it. The rib steak was way over cooked and had almost no flavor. The whole experience was a big buzz kill. We used to love Larison's. I realize that everybody has a bad night, but these people could at least be friendly about it. Everywhere I go in Chester, people are talking about how rude the place is, and how they are always out of specials, which they don't tell you till you've ordered. One couple that I see out and about told me that they were having lunch at the bar, and they smiled at the owner, who looked right at them and walked away without even saying hello. What's up with that? Maybe they should learn that the beer is supposed to be cold, and the service should be warm. Along with everything else, they have that backwards. Sally Lund's is perhaps more their speed. I think they have far more than they can handle.

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★☆☆☆☆

I worked my way through college working in restaurants. When I go out, I tend to be more forgiving than the average person because I know how hard it is to make everything right. But even I have to say, this is the most pathetic excuse for a restaurant I have ever encountered. From the very beginning, the waiter/bartender was obviously vexed about something. Despite our efforts to be cheery to him, he continued to glower and answer questions as if we had asked them fifty times. When he went to retrieve our drinks, we all just shrugged and thought, "He must be having a bad night." He was just getting started. He brought a frozen Margarita out which still had whole cubes of ice in it. My friend decided to just settle for a beer instead. When the beers came out, we remarked that they were not cold. He said, "Yeah I know. The cooler doesn't work too good." When I asked why they didn't just put some on ice he just shrugged and asked if we were ready to order. We should have left then, but we didn't. We ordered a Caesar salad, and a special salad off of the menu. The Caesar salad had fake dressing on it. The special salad was supposed to have hard boiled eggs and cheeses and other goodies on it. When it came, none of those special things were on it. When my friend told the waiter that this wasn't what she had ordered, he said, no kidding, "Yeah, I know. We're out of the salad you ordered." He was incensed when she refused to eat it. The turkey dinner was as dry as it could be, with canned gravy on it. The rib steak was way over cooked and had almost no flavor. The whole experience was a big buzz kill. We used to love Larison's. I realize that everybody has a bad night, but these people could at least be friendly about it. Everywhere I go in Chester, people are talking about how rude the place is, and how they are always out of specials, which they don't tell you till you've ordered. One couple that I see out and about told me that they were having lunch at the bar, and they smiled at the owner, who looked right at them and walked away without even saying hello. What's up with that? Maybe they should learn that the beer is supposed to be cold, and the service should be warm. Along with everything else, they have that backwards. Sally Lund's is perhaps more their speed. I think they have far more than they can handle.

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Chester is the town big dissapointments and this was yet another one. Thinking this would be better than most in town being that the Sally Lund's menu is really nice and well made and tasty I thought this would be a no brainer.
I selected this for my mom's 81st birthday dinner. Neither the salads ( Ceasar was not made with proper dressing, the anchovy was not in dressing but one was placed in salad as a whole fillet no hard boiled egg looked and tasted nothing like description )wondering how difficult it is to make this classic? The garlic shrimp starter was served in a bowl swimming in sauce, without much flavor or attention to the presentation. My turkey platter was edible but not even as good as the original dinner at the old Turkey farm I thought here they would step it up a notch. The gravy was pasty with no taste and definatly not made with the drippings. The only dinner that won approval was the Beef Burgandy which is maybe more classic English fare, thank goodness my dad got that one since he is usually the one that is least happy with local fare.
Silver ware was brought out in a piece meal style when desserts were ordered. They were ok not great and certainly not as well made or tasting as what I had sampled at Sally Lunds. They were the price of desserts in places like Daniel but without the quality or inventivness. The coffees came luke warm and were excessively expensive for the quality.The interior was freezing, we had to keep on our coats the whole meal, as we were almost leaving she brought the heater to our table. I thought the interior could have been a bit more creative coming from x antique dealers. I guess they figure what do people really know about antiques or design. Table settings and dinner ware were common to say the least. I was expecting a unique dining experience and was sadly dissapointed. The service was friendly but not professional.

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★★☆☆☆

Chester is the town big dissapointments and this was yet another one. Thinking this would be better than most in town being that the Sally Lund's menu is really nice and well made and tasty I thought this would be a no brainer.
I selected this for my mom's 81st birthday dinner. Neither the salads ( Ceasar was not made with proper dressing, the anchovy was not in dressing but one was placed in salad as a whole fillet no hard boiled egg looked and tasted nothing like description )wondering how difficult it is to make this classic? The garlic shrimp starter was served in a bowl swimming in sauce, without much flavor or attention to the presentation. My turkey platter was edible but not even as good as the original dinner at the old Turkey farm I thought here they would step it up a notch. The gravy was pasty with no taste and definatly not made with the drippings. The only dinner that won approval was the Beef Burgandy which is maybe more classic English fare, thank goodness my dad got that one since he is usually the one that is least happy with local fare.
Silver ware was brought out in a piece meal style when desserts were ordered. They were ok not great and certainly not as well made or tasting as what I had sampled at Sally Lunds. They were the price of desserts in places like Daniel but without the quality or inventivness. The coffees came luke warm and were excessively expensive for the quality.The interior was freezing, we had to keep on our coats the whole meal, as we were almost leaving she brought the heater to our table. I thought the interior could have been a bit more creative coming from x antique dealers. I guess they figure what do people really know about antiques or design. Table settings and dinner ware were common to say the least. I was expecting a unique dining experience and was sadly dissapointed. The service was friendly but not professional.

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HORRIBLE! Food was awful. Service was terrible. The waiter plopped down our check without even asking if we wanted dessert!

One person in our party had eaten a late lunch and wasn't very hungry so he asked that his meal be wrapped. It was never brought to us. When we asked about it the manager came over and unapologetically said they threw it out. Then they had the nerve to charge us for it anyway!

We tried again another night thinking maybe the first time was an off night. It was just as HORRIBLE again. Four of us ordered iced tea and 2 of them were served with brown, limp slices of lemon which looked like it had been previously used. The waiter kept interrupting our conversation to tell us he disagreed with what we were saying. NEVER AGAIN!

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★☆☆☆☆

HORRIBLE! Food was awful. Service was terrible. The waiter plopped down our check without even asking if we wanted dessert!

One person in our party had eaten a late lunch and wasn't very hungry so he asked that his meal be wrapped. It was never brought to us. When we asked about it the manager came over and unapologetically said they threw it out. Then they had the nerve to charge us for it anyway!

We tried again another night thinking maybe the first time was an off night. It was just as HORRIBLE again. Four of us ordered iced tea and 2 of them were served with brown, limp slices of lemon which looked like it had been previously used. The waiter kept interrupting our conversation to tell us he disagreed with what we were saying. NEVER AGAIN!

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The Old Larisons Turkey Farm is now the Puddingstone Inn. I have been there 2 times for dinner and had a great meal and great experience each time. The staff is friendly and prompt, and the building is gorgeous. They have really put a tremendous effort into making the place look historic and preserving the property. The bar area has such a homey feel too. I enjoyed reading about the history of the building and the family who purchased the property years ago.

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★★★★★

The Old Larisons Turkey Farm is now the Puddingstone Inn. I have been there 2 times for dinner and had a great meal and great experience each time. The staff is friendly and prompt, and the building is gorgeous. They have really put a tremendous effort into making the place look historic and preserving the property. The bar area has such a homey feel too. I enjoyed reading about the history of the building and the family who purchased the property years ago.

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I recently read an article about how the old Larisons location had been re-opened as The Puddingstone Inn. My wife and I used to go for turkey dinner when the flea market was in town. Well, I can tell you that Sunday brunch was amazing!!! Not your usual omelet station with corn muffins, but roast beef, turkey, stuffed french toast, steak and eggs, and more all at a reasonable price. We now have found a reason to go back to Chester on a regular basis and look forward to having dinner too. Haven't had dinner yet, but do not miss brunch!

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★★★★★

I recently read an article about how the old Larisons location had been re-opened as The Puddingstone Inn. My wife and I used to go for turkey dinner when the flea market was in town. Well, I can tell you that Sunday brunch was amazing!!! Not your usual omelet station with corn muffins, but roast beef, turkey, stuffed french toast, steak and eggs, and more all at a reasonable price. We now have found a reason to go back to Chester on a regular basis and look forward to having dinner too. Haven't had dinner yet, but do not miss brunch!

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I used to come to this place quite often when the old owners managed it. It was great. Food was good. Price was right and service was quite agreeable. Then, I was not there for more than a year. What do we have now? It is not Larisons any more but some king of a Pudding name. Food is on the level of an average diner and price is like in a good restaurant in Manhattan. They don??t include the diner salad either. The famous turkey dinner ??eat all you can? is not offered any longer. Service? Well, it does not exist, I would say, for this kind of money. This place used to have an excellent collection of vintage and the antique lamps. At least a half is not there any longer. I had a negative reaction to this place.

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★☆☆☆☆

I used to come to this place quite often when the old owners managed it. It was great. Food was good. Price was right and service was quite agreeable. Then, I was not there for more than a year. What do we have now? It is not Larisons any more but some king of a Pudding name. Food is on the level of an average diner and price is like in a good restaurant in Manhattan. They don??t include the diner salad either. The famous turkey dinner ??eat all you can? is not offered any longer. Service? Well, it does not exist, I would say, for this kind of money. This place used to have an excellent collection of vintage and the antique lamps. At least a half is not there any longer. I had a negative reaction to this place.

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Larison's "Turkey Farm" Restaurant is the place to when you want a Thanksgiving dinner when it is not Thanksgiving. It began as an actual turkey farm, but eventually became a restaurant. For a while they had a number of farm animals in the field behind the restaurant, but after it closed for two years before re-opening in 2002 there have only been caged turkeys and rabbits and sometimes a few sheep to see on the property

Since it is about a forty-five minute drive from our house, when we go, my husband and I always order the All You Can Eat Turkey Dinner, which is currently priced at $16.99. That entitles you to a cup of turkey soup plus all you can eat turkey, stuffing, yams, mashed potatoes, gravy and a vegetable. They do have other menu items such as sandwiches, steaks, pork chops, pasta and fish entrees and a children's menu with a child-sized portion of a turkey dinner, hamburger, pizza, chicken fingers, grilled cheese and mozzarella sticks. The children's meal comes with dessert and they get to go with the waitress into the small country store near the cash register and choose from cookies, muffins, brownies or ice cream pops. Visit their website before visiting since they usually have a coupon available. The only reason we do not go to Larison's more often is because of its distance from our house.

PROS: Delicious.
CONS: None.

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★★★★★

Larison's "Turkey Farm" Restaurant is the place to when you want a Thanksgiving dinner when it is not Thanksgiving. It began as an actual turkey farm, but eventually became a restaurant. For a while they had a number of farm animals in the field behind the restaurant, but after it closed for two years before re-opening in 2002 there have only been caged turkeys and rabbits and sometimes a few sheep to see on the property

Since it is about a forty-five minute drive from our house, when we go, my husband and I always order the All You Can Eat Turkey Dinner, which is currently priced at $16.99. That entitles you to a cup of turkey soup plus all you can eat turkey, stuffing, yams, mashed potatoes, gravy and a vegetable. They do have other menu items such as sandwiches, steaks, pork chops, pasta and fish entrees and a children's menu with a child-sized portion of a turkey dinner, hamburger, pizza, chicken fingers, grilled cheese and mozzarella sticks. The children's meal comes with dessert and they get to go with the waitress into the small country store near the cash register and choose from cookies, muffins, brownies or ice cream pops. Visit their website before visiting since they usually have a coupon available. The only reason we do not go to Larison's more often is because of its distance from our house.

PROS: Delicious.
CONS: None.

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Opened in May 2007, The Puddingstone Inn is Chester's newest restaurant. The proprietors of the famous Sally Lunn's Tea Shoppe, now in its 18th year have ventred out across Route 206 to save the old Larison Turkey farm. The 200 year-old building has been lovingly restored from near dereliction to an elegant shinning yet cozy retreat.



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