Not much is open in Cooperstown for dinner. I ended up at a cheesy Chinese restaurant (its name was "Foo Kin"), the only one in town. I walked in, nobody was there, and I was greeted by two small children. They shooed me to a table and ran to the back to get their father, the owner. Eventually I was eating a plate of broccoli beef, pork fried rice and egg rolls, with hot tea. Not bad, but not worth a second visit. I briefly chatted with the wife as I paid; she seemed bored out of her mind to be in a small town like Cooperstown but said repeatedly "it was best for the children". She said New York City was too expensive and too busy for her.