Michaels On Main In New City

Dated: April 7 2014

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Last Friday night, a few of my friends and myself decided to check out the new restaurant in New City, Micheal's on Main.  Since it is so new, I wasn't able to find the phone number on line yet, so I stopped by to see if I needed a reservation.Thankfully I did, I was able to get a 6:15 reservation, and by 7 the place was packed.  What a unbelievable surprise this was!  The food was absolutely delicious, and they offer an extensive menu.  I actually had a difficult time deciding what to order.  I finally went with the Shrimp Sherry, and I was not disappointed. From what I understand, their Cowboy Steak is also a great choice.  You have options from chicken, veal, fish, steaks and pastas.  And let's not forget the martini menu.  I ended the evening with a Caramel Flan martini as dessert, again not disappointed.  If you are looking for a great dining experience, with a great staff, check out Michael's on Main, 381 S. Main St., New City, 845-638-2224. 

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Kacy Coyle Dow

Growing up in Rockland County and being a 3rd generation realtor, it was important for me to continue the "Coyle & Coyle" family tradition of real estate. I understand the importance of professionali....

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