I spent the first day of 2015 with my husband sharing a lovely brunch with my daughter and her husband in a quaint restaurant located in the seaside town of Northport, NY. We arrived hungry and since all of the shops were closed for the holiday we headed straight for a little restaurant on the shady side of the street. We sat in an elevated booth with tight clay beads acting as a shield from the patrons in the next booth. A victorian setting featured beautiful little sconces set amidst a muted purple and teal wallpaper which lit the room dimly but comfortably. A pressed tin ceiling and woodwork gave an old world style to beautifully set tables with crisp, clean white linen. Some dishes were well done, others not so much but being a food snob I’ll try not to be too judgmental. The most impressive item on the menu was “pots de creme” served in a glass ashtray with a chocolate cigar and chocolate chip “ashes”. Happy New Year!