Our group of 3 at here on our first day in Callicoon. We arrived at about 8PM (the restaurant closed at 9PM) and were seated right away. We never felt rushed even though it was late (although I heard the waitress at one of the other tables sounded like she was in a rush). Since the weather was warm we ate outside on the deck. There wasn't a view of anything except a road, but the area was quiet and it felt like we were sitting in a tree house. The food was delicious. Two of us ate grinders which were pretty large and one had veal parm, which was also a large portion. We all finished our meals and did not try dessert. Overall, a great meal and friendly staff.