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Pre-Theater Dining

Amigos Cantina came on the Schuylerville cuisine scene in 2007. This breath of the southwest in the northeast is the area's most significant answer to chinese take-out as ethnic food. It's all about the atmoshere (a Mexican sunset party) and the quality (huge portions of classic entrees). Always something for tomorrow's lunch. (518) 695-9595.
The Barn Restaurant & Tavern is located twenty-five minutes east of Salem in Pawlet, Vermont. The rustic warmth of two stone fireplaces and picture window views of the Green Mountains are a prelude to a carefully orchestrated culinary experience, made no less desirable by a special recession-fighting $13 for any entree, pasta to filet mignon. (802) 325-3088.
Burger Den
The Burger Den Restaurant has been owned and operated by the Baratto Family since 1975, open every day from 9 AM to 9 PM. "Serving you the finest foods with thoughtfulness." Located on Route 22 between Salem and Cambridge on the Lake Lauderdale shore, the home of the home-cooked meal, from all-day breakfast to a full dinner. (518) 677-5781.

Jacko's Corner opened in July of 2012 in a 50's soda fountain, renovated under the watchful eye of the original Jacko's son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Kay Tomasi. Serving full sweet shoppe fare, featuring locally manufactured Battenkill Valley Farms Ice Cream, the Corner also includes a bakery and health/bulk foods section. (518) 854-7449.

Ma & Pa's
Ma & Pa's Place, on Quaker Street in Granville, sports a kitchen open to the dining area, where "Ma" cooks up traditional Italian fare and creates her own spin on time-honored favorites and nightly specials, all cooked to order. Or watch "Pa" craft a pizza right there before your eyes. Consistent quality, with a warm interaction with the owners. (518) 642-9722.
One One One Restaurant and Lounge at 111 Main Street, in Greenwich, is open for casual fine dining, with local produce at a moderate price, from Wednesday through Sunday from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The small 50 seat dining room, with adjacent bar/lounge, provides a warm atmosphere for a leisurely meal. Reservations are suggested. (518) 692-8016.
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The Salem Tavern on Main Street is part neighborhood bar, part pizza parlor, and a handy place to meet for a good basic meal (a prime rib special for less than $10!). One of the few area watering holes sure to be still open after a Saturday night show, where patrons and cast members have enjoyed rousing good times. Tuesday-Saturday nights & Sunday brunch. (518) 854-3802.
Steininger's Cafe does not serve dinner, nor are they open before a Sunday matinee, but the intimate luncheon or tea spot in a 150-year old brick storefront in the heart of Salem, is worth a special visit for homemade soups, sandwiches, entrees, and inspired desserts. And "the finest chocolates this side of the Atlantic." Tuesday-Saturday, 11 AM to 4 PM. (518) 854-3830.


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Bunker Hill Inn
High on a ridge in rural Washington County, between the Adirondack foothills and the Green Mountains of Vermont, you'll find a warm welcome at the The Bunker Hill Inn, a 19th century farmhouse situated on 200 beautiful unspoiled acres. 412 Bunker Hill Road, Salem, five miles from the village. (518) 854-9339
Hopkins House Farm
Hopkins House Farm
Built in 1790, Hopkins House Farm offers a comfy bed and a nutritious breakfast. Five rooms available for guests, all accessible only by stairs
; renovations and updates designed to maintain the historical integrity of the house. 6603 State Route 22 in Hebron, five miles from Salem village.

Inn at Beattie Hollow
Inn at Beattie Hollow
Accommodations in the new guest house include two queen size bedrooms and a queen size pull-out bed; full bath, kitchen/diner, TV, DVD, VCR, satellite, wireless internet. Also, a queen size bedroom with private bathroom in the owner’s residence. 473 Beattie Hollow Road, Salem, three miles from town. (518) 854-7300.
Rice Masion
The Rice Mansion Inn
An historical bed & breakfast for cozy weekend getaways, weddings and corporate retreats. Built in 1904 by seed tycoon Jerome Rice, the mansion and adjacent carriage house offer twelve guest rooms enhanced by the comforts expected by today's standards. In Cambridge, 11 miles from Salem village.
(518) 677-5741

Redgate Lodge
Redgate Lodging

A renovated apartment in a 19th century barn on 40 acres. Full kitchen, sitting/eating area, queen bed in sleeping quarters with cable TV, a full bathroom with shower & bath and an outdoor porch with views of the Vermont Green Mountains. In Shushan, seven miles from Salem. (518) 854-7350

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Station House Bed and Breakfast
Formerly the D&H Railroad Station, now renovated front to back, a comfortable home away from home near skiing, boating, and in walking distance of the Slate Valley Museum and the Pember Museum of Natural History. In Granville, eighteen miles north of Salem. (518) 955-0771

Sponsors of Fort Salem Events

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A & J Enterprises of Salem is a family run business, serving upstate New York and Vermont for over half a decade. Providing a variety of goods, A & J has managed to become a one stop shop for contractors, farmers, horse enthusiasts and local Salem residents! Located in the heart of Salem at 7 Thomas St. 854-7414.
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Founded in 1864, the 300-acre Consider Bardwell Farm was the first cheese-making co-op in Vermont. A century later, they are revitalizing that tradition. Cheeses are made by hand in small batches from whole, fresh goat and jersey cow milk, antibiotic and hormone free; only microbial (non-animal) rennet is used in our cheese making. All Consider Bardwell cheeses are aged on the farm.
Sheldon Farms, operating in Washington County since 1845, specializes in varietal potatoes and sweet corn, also producing about 400 gallons of maple syrup in the spring. They work with chefs to promote the idea of New York food, and in 1999 opened a seasonal farm market selling their own vegetables along with local farmstead cheeses, imported cheeses, specialty foods, and local sausages and bacon. 4363 State Route 22, Salem. (518) 854-7847

Links of Interest in the Salem Area

Salem Chamber of Commerence
Salem Area Chamber of Commerce
Located between Saratoga Springs to the west, Manchester, VT to the east, Glens Falls to the north and the tri-city area to the south, Salem is a well-placed commercial center and an attractive place to live.
The Town and Villages of Battenkill Valley
The Towns and Villages of The Battenkill Valley
The Battenkill Valley, located in the southern end of Washington County, in upstate New York, has many features you will find attractive in planning your visit: historic villages full of interesting architecture, quaint shops, artisan galleries and antique merchants; rolling hills with a scene at every turn; farms including u-picks, stand and farmers markets; the famous Battenkill River for kayaking, canoeing, fishing or tubing; dynamic performing arts centers to take in a theatrical or musical performance; the scenic byways and covered bridges of the Battenkill Valley region to ride bicycles, hike, and tour by car.
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North Main Gallery
is located in the village of Salem, New York in historic Washington County, an area noted for its agricultural economy and beautiful rolling countryside. The Gallery features exhibitions of selected works by artists from the region.

Salem Art WorksSalem Art Works (SAW) is an independent artists' community situated on 120 acres of rolling hillside and pasture in Salem, New York. SAWs intimate campus is surrounded by thick woods, running streams, ponds, pastures and rustic outbuildings that reflect its history as a dairy farm.
Instruction in Vocal Technique by Fort Salem Artistic Director Jay Kerr, offering ongoing including basic understanding of vocal production and exercises to improve each individual's natural gifts. Repertoire includes exercise songs to improve skills and songs for audition and/or performance. Jay Kerr taught singing for over thirty years in Hollywood and New York City before relocating to Fort Salem Theater in 2007. His clients have been featured on Broadway, off-Broadway, on television, in recordings, and in film.

For more information, visit Jay Kerr/Vocal instruction for Actors, Dancers, and Singers.
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Nicholas Auctions, located in a renovated dairy barn in nearby Whitehall, provide a colorful insight in to the history of the area through its antiques, collectables, art work, ceramics, tools, and ephemera. Schedule of events:
Lake Lauderdale Campground offers spacious campsites, in the woods or in the open, with firplace, picnic tables, electricity, phone and TV hookups. Onsite RV repair available. Rental log cabins provide a rustic lifestyle eoth modern-day comforts.
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