What's in a (nick)name?
As a boy, Evan DuChene had trouble learning to pronounce his first name when he was learning to speak. He kept saying "Eben" instead of "Evan", so his parents nicknamed him "Ebeneezer".
A couple of decades later, that nickname has grown into a thriving business for Evan DuChene and his wife, Kathy.
Originally planned as an ice cream parlor/coffee bar some twenty-three years ago, Ebeneezer's Cafe & Creamery quickly became a full-service restaurant. Ebeneezer's is conveniently located on Sherrill Rd in the center of beautiful Sherrill, New York.
Ebeneezer's lunch menu consists of an array of hot and cold sandwiches, as well as a hand pattied "man-sized" burgers served on a kaiser roll. Daily specials truly define the word special.
The lighter side of the menu has a selection of salads or homemade soup.
For dessert, try a slice of Jack Griffith's apple pie. This is the recipe Evan's grandfather brought from Wales many years ago. Other treats include creamy rice pudding, freshly baked pies, an awesome chocolate cake and of course the famous (to live for) bread pudding with custard sauce. All homemade of course.
Fridays will feature dinner specials ranging from their famous Fresh Haddock Fish Fry to Baked Mahi Mahi; all prepared fresh to order.
And don't forget the ice cream! The Ice Cream Parlor is open everyday of ice cream season from 11am till 9 pm. Ebeneezer's has a variety of 29 palatable flavors, including hard and soft ice cream. Don't forget our fat free, low-cal 'Only 8' frozen yogurt!
Even as the menu and ambiance grow at Ebeneezer's, quality service will always be a hallmark.