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Main Course Gallery 03
New Paltz

Did you know that in addition to great food you can enjoy in the restaurant as well as at home, Main Course also does catering? The table in this image is a sample of what they can provide.

When you stop by for food or to talk about catering, be sure to spend some time in their gallery space. Featuring images from the mid-Hudson Valley in general and New Paltz in particular, there are also images from Greece, Norway, and Italy. For a complete gallery viewing, go to www.northernlight.net.

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上传: 01/04/2011
更新: 04/07/2014
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