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Clambake & Shoot @ Newark Rod & Gun

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by CR7Prez, Oct 7, 2009.

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  1. CR7Prez

    CR7Prez Member

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    Newark Rod & Gun will be hosting their 1st Annual Clam Bake on Sunday November 1st. Shooting from 9-1, ($2.50 per round), Clambake begins at 1:00 PM. $40.00 per person, open to the Public.

    Call or stop by the clubhouse for tickets, 315-331-3211. Also available from any Board Member.

    Stop out and see all of our new improvements!
     
  2. Rich219

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    This is Newark, NY. 315 area code.

    At $40 per person though its out of my budget for a meal.
     
  3. rennerize

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    Me too!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Don
     
  4. CR7Prez

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    Just wanted to publish the Menu:

    CLAMS, ALL YOU CAN EAT!
    New England Clam Chowder
    Italian Sausage w/pep & Onions
    BBQ Chicken
    Burgers
    Hots
    Ziti
    Mac Salad
    Pasta Salad
    Salt Potatoes
    Cheese & Cracker Tray
    Pickle & Olive Tray
    Sweet Corn, if available
    Assorted Desserts

    All this for a measly 40 bucks!

    Tickets available at the Clubhouse or from any Board Member.

    Stop out & see our new improvements & shoot with some friendly folks.
     
  5. capvan

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    Sorry, but that is an outrageous price for a meal. Must be a wealthy area of NY...
     
  6. CR7Prez

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    Apparently you have never been to a Clambake......

    Here in the "Rich Part" of NY these dinners are usually $45+. Just what do you pay for a dozen steamers in your area???
     
  7. grnberetcj

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    $40.00 for a "Clambake" is a bargain....

    I guess some people think McD's is gourmet!!

    Curt
     
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    Jeff,

    That is fabulous that your club is hosting a clambake where you can eat all you want...usually at that price your limited to 4 dozen clams...There is only one other place, and that's in Syracuse that hosts such events now that I know of.

    Wish I could be a part of that party, it sounds like a good deal...You will also learn that there are several Newarks on TS. COM, so mention that your's is the New York club whenever chatting about it.

    Have fun !!!

    Dave in SC
     
  9. CR7Prez

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    Dave/Curt,

    Thanks for the kind words and the heads up on the Newark location. We plan on having a "Grand" time at the bake. Let's hope that the weather holds out. Wish you could make it!

    Jeff
     
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    I've been to many, many clambakes, but not in recent years.

    My comment was meant to mean that I thought the meal was expensive, which it is. But you are getting good value, I guess. It just seems in today's world, spending $45 on a meal is a little much.

    Just curious...what type of "steamers" are you having? The little thin-shell ones, popular in New England? Or the "cherry stones" which I remember being popular in the Finger Lakes 45 years ago? And are you serving raw clams as well?

    Sorry if I offended anyone....

    Bruce
     
  11. CR7Prez

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    Bruce,

    No offense taken!

    We will be serving "little necks" the best steamers available and very popular here in the Finger Lakes Region of NY, and yes, we will have raw clams available. Add a little hot sauce to those raw ones and look out!!!

    Jeff
     
  12. motordoctor

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    where is this club. near the fingerlakes??? how about some more info. the food sounds great. 26 dollars around ohio and extra clams are 8 bucks. That makes it34 dollars and one more dozen clams makes it42. I can eat 4 dozen and we haven't started on the other food.
     
  13. CR7Prez

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    Newark Rod & Gun is located in Newark, NY about 30 miles East of Rochester & 50 miles West of Syracuse. Right in the Heart of the Fingerlakes. Our Club was established in 1939 we have a 45 acre facility, 100 & 200 yard rifle range, 25 & 50 yard pistol range, 4 trap fields & 4 skeet fields, 2 of each with lights.


    Address is 5704 Tellier Road, Newark, NY 14513.

    Hope you can make the trip out!

    Jeff
     
  14. Hauxfan

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    Us flatlanders living in the midwest have no idea what a clambake is.

    Don't even know if I like clam, but I do love my seafood, so I would probably like clams too.

    Good luck with your clambake and your shoot.

    From Iowa, where the men are men and the sheep are glad!

    Hauxfan!
     
  15. oldgahchamp

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    Haux, I can't believe there are people who have never eaten clams. They are slimy and pretty much like the clams in your throat except they come in shells and are very tasty. I remember when they were 50 cents/dox. Larry
     
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    Larry, alot of us in the midwest have never eaten clams.

    How do you feel about lutefisk? :)

    $45 is fair amount of money, but if the club makes some profit....isn't that

    the point?
     
  17. Hauxfan

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    I've eaten little things they call fried clams and liked them. Does that count?

    Ah, lutefisk. They say the best way to cook it is on a board. Then you throw the lutefisk away and eat the board. lol

    Hauxfan!
     
  18. oldgahchamp

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    Haux & RickN, Fried clams don't count. The Lutefisk sounds like something my Father used to talk about. He called it Planked Carp, where you cooked a Carp over a charcoal fire for 2 hours then threw away the Carp and ate the plank. Larry
     
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    Lutefisk is pretty popular in my area.

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    You know you live in a pretty remote area when your only claim to fame is declaring yourselves the "Lutefisk Capitol."
     
  20. Hauxfan

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    I would imagine those fried clams don't come close to what the real thing is.

    Those clams you bake must be good, as I hear everyone who lives on the east coast love them.

    I don't have a clue as to what they taste like. Any hints?

    Hauxfan!
     
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