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Terrapin Cafe and the Green Room Open on Main Street

Reader Pete also wrote in to tell about a new Cafe that is Open on South Main Street. Terrapin Cafe, located at 6 S. Main Street, offers "a unique culinary experience, with traditional favorites, (usually with twist) and lots of new and exciting options."

They also offer catering services through their sister company, The Green Room, which is located at 22 S. Main. For more information, including menus for both the cafe and the catering services, please see their site at terrapincafe.com.

Thanks to Pete for the head's up.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Glad there is a new place in town, but the website is confusing. Are they a restaurant or caterer? If they want foot traffic they need to make their site read more liek that. Plus a contact and directions page woudl be nice. Menu is unique, but they could add some nice "unusual" food too to fill the menu.
Anonymous said…
You're right, the web site is confusing. I went to the Terrapin Cafe yesterday in the hopes of having a meal w/my wife and kids but learned that they only do take-out.

I still have no idea what purpose the Green Room serves.
Anonymous said…
They need a better identity. If it's only takeout, call it "Terrapin Take Out Cafe".

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