What’s the bitcoin price outlook amid the current oil-driven volatility? The clocks have been changed and we have officially entered the "Dark" season. The bright colors of fall are fading fast and soon the trees will be bare and the sky gray as we await the first flakes of snow. We are still serving lunch everyday and as you enjoy your meal you can look out over the harbor at the remaining boats and appreciate how fortunate you are to be on the warm side of the windows. Warm and comforting dinners are served Wednesday through Saturday nights, providing the perfect antidote to hibernating under a comforter feeling depressed that the days have become so short.
Local author KD Mason can often be found at Saunders and suggests that good company, a glass of wine and a bite to eat can have a wonderful effect on one's outlook during the dark season and that Saunders is the perfect place for such activities.
As many of you know, the Saunders property is for sale. We do not yet know if the sale will go through, so we are enjoying each day as if it is the last. At this time we expect to be open into January and probably beyond.
Have you ever been at a Saunders Holiday Party? If you haven't, then now is the time to book your party. A roaring fire in the fireplace, a fantastic meal and a visit from Santa - who, by the way really does come down the chimney - will make your party truly memorable.
Saunders remains the perfect place for Weddings (short notice only), Anniversaries, Birthdays, Holiday Parties or any other kind of special event.
• Paul Donovan plays the ivory grand on Saturday nights for your dining pleasure.
• Advance copies of Harbor Ice, by local author KD Mason, Rye's other author, is out and is available at the restaurant and will be in bookstores this Spring.