Chef Eddie, Bob and I (Mary), have been creating menu selections over morning cups of coffee. The cozy feel of warmth from the fire, and the scent of pine given off from the massive timber frame dining room, make easy work selecting the food that will warm the hearts and souls of those dining at 122 Corson during the holidays and into the winter.
To lighten the winter months, we will be offering theme nights occasionally during the winter (weather permitting). ‘A Night in Tuscany’ was so well attended this fall, we will create ‘A Night in Paris’ in January. We will keep you informed as the schedule develops. There is no better way to celebrate the dark days of winter than sharing a glass of wine, a delicious meal, and conversation with friends and family.
Please join us Saturday night as we enjoy the warmth of the fire and celebrate the spirit of the season.
Thanks for your continuing support,
Bob and Mary
(By the way, if you are stuck for a gift idea, why not consider giving a 122 Corson gift certificate. Gift certificates are available in any denomination and can be used anytime in the next year)
is beginning to peak. At 122 Corson the dining room view is spectacular and we are hoping that the fall colors last for a couple of weeks. The migrating birds are coming through and we’ve seen a flock of 14 Sandhill cranes pass overhead. With a wingspan of 6 ft. they are an amazing sight! The Canadian geese are still frequenting the pond and the bluebirds are steadily moving through. The migration is another of the seasonal events that we look forward to every fall just as we enjoy sharing this unique dining location with you.
This coming Saturday the menu entrée features tenderloin of pork wellington or baked halibut, not to mention Ed’s famous crab cakes appetizer and orange tart dessert. There are tables still available so give us a call! The following Saturday the Italian night is full, however, since it has been so popular we will create another ‘special ‘night during the holidays in December.
We haven’t had a frost up here on the hill so the flowers are still blooming in profusion and given the shorter days this may be the last weekend for a spectacular sunset. For a memorable autumn dining experience why not make a reservation for Saturday night?
Mary and Bob
and thanks to our good friend, Sue Bartholf, who is our landscape specialist, this year’s garden has grown in maturity and lasting beauty. Such a lovely entrance to a special location!
Maine’s lush summer evenings at 122 Corson are rich with beautiful sunsets, vibrant gardens, Chef Eddie LaMarre’s succulent meals, and memorable conversations. The aroma of the pine timber-frame and relaxed atmosphere that penetrates every aspect of 122 Corson is the perfect antidote to a busy week or that favorite place that you want to share with your close friends and family.
With summer being our busiest season and reservations filling fast, we don’t want to disappoint anyone, so you may want to make your reservations at least one week in advance. Our menus are listed on the website and by clicking on which ever date is appealing, the entire menu can be found under that date.
We hope you take the time to slow down and enjoy one of those wonderful summer nights with us at 122 Corson.
Mary & Bob
We have been farming since 1976 and growing our own food has been the focus of all our farming ventures. We have seen many evolutions since the early years, from raising a nationally recognized flock of sheep, running a small dairy, growing vegetables in high-tunnel greenhouses, expanding the vegetable production to several acres, building a commercial fresh pasta business to our present day venture at 122 Corson. The constant within the evolution is growing and producing what we eat.