The restaurant is warm and cozy after a long drive in November from Buffalo. The waitress got us coffee right away (she simply said "regular or decaf?") without our having to ask. The strip steak was served quickly (not many customers at the time) and to order (Medium-Well) with just a tinge of burned fat that I like. We had soup and salad to start and hot apple pie for dessert. The bill was under $25 for two of us.
This is a nice place to stop when we trek from western New York to our Upstate relatives in the Thousand Islands.
Henderson is a collection of communities which each have their own past and goals but which have banded together for political and economic growth.
The active communities today in Henderson are:
Alexander Corners... southwest of Henderson on route 3
Aspinwall Corners... west of Henderson on route 3
Babbitt Corner... northeast of town on route 71
Bishop Street ... east of town and west of Butterville
Butterville... hamlet east of town on route 75
Clark Point... near Stony Point
Henderson Harbor... hamlet on Henderson Bay
Hungerford Corners... hamlet west of Henderson
Roberts Corner... southeast of town on route 178 and route 75
Scotts Corners... south of town on route 178 and route 152