The Red Rose sold and is no longer open. When they were open, they had good food but marginal service. There is a new sports restaurant there that I have not tried.
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This restaurant was sold in July of 2015. New owners expect to be open in September, under a different name.
We were told that the owners had retired in July 2015. In any event the restaurant is closed. We were very disappointed since all of the reviews made it sound good.
Quick trip through the Pallisades and a lunch stop at the Red Rose café. Great little local eatery with a great chef. We heard he does some pretty mean Thai as well as Italian! Just a fun little local restaurant with the owner tending to...More
Is this a sandwich shop or a Vietnamese restaurant? Hard to say because both are plentiful on the menu. Our choices were the french dip sandwich, which was done properly and the Monte Cristo which is not deep fried but grilled on a flattop. It...More
Service was very good, but we were there early (5 p.m.). They were out of the wine we requested, but gave us a better wine at the same cost. They were also out of the salmon on the menu. We both ordered the chicken marsala,...More
seated ourselves then waited for almost an hour before getting up and leaving. this is the second time this has happend. first time was breakfast with a group of 7 people, the second time was at lunch with 4people..terrible,
Small semi-fancy fare. Interesting (and semi surprising) menu. Seems a bit pricey, but the food is fresh and portions aren't bad I was there for thanksgiving 2013, but the drop down tab won't go back that far.
Tucked in the cozy town of Palisade, this family owned restaurant has a wide variety of flavorful choices, made from scratch and served with a smile. The atmospere is quaint, it is close to local wineries.and fruit stands and one of my families favorite places...More
This is a fabulous restaurant with a primarily Italian and Asian menu. It is family owned and operated. The owner loves good jazz and plays an excellent selection making the experience very eclectic. My favorite dish is a noodle bowl with fresh sprouts and mint...More