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Saturday, November 1, 2014
by Christine Yeres
In its work session on Wednesday, November 5, the Town Board will hear a presentation from Peter and Erin Chase of their vision for the Chappaqua train station as a “farm-to-town” restaurant-bar-and-local produce space. Theirs was the only “response for proposal” submitted to the Town. According to the agenda for the work session, the 20-minute presentation is scheduled to begin at 8:00 p.m.
Find the entire RFP—published on the Town’s website—by clicking HERE.
From the RFP:
Monday through Friday
We will offer fresh fruit, croissants, bagels, muffins, egg sandwiches, coffee, tea, fresh juices. Customers will place orders in the newly designed baggage storage room (currently operating as Café La Track).
From there they can enjoy their breakfast in the main room, outside on the terrace, or on their way to the next stop.
Saturday and Sunday (Brunch) 8am-11:30am:
Same offerings as above.
We will infuse the regular breakfast offering with creative lunch/brunch offerings.
In general we will curate and make available a best of offering from local farms and our very own farmers market. This will be incorporated both daily and support our “Family Night” offering.
Lunch and Dinner
Panini, gourmet salads and sandwiches, and soups.
5pm – 10pm:
Above items together with assorted tapas, cheese and charcuterie plates, gourmet salads, soups, raw bar (shrimp, oysters, clams), and fish, meat and pasta of the day and desserts. Small production wines and local craft beers will be offered.
Saturday and Sunday
2pm-5pm: same lunch offerings as above (brunch will be served from 11am-2pm).
5pm-10pm: Family Nights—similar offerings as dinner above, with the addition of a family-style farm meal.