Gallo brings dinner to a table overlooking the Mohawk River. Carrying the food looks harder than it really is. “It’s balance,” Gallo said, placing her hand in the center of the platter. “And you make sure the food is balanced on the tray.”
Terry Gallo stepped quickly over the maroon and gray bricks at the Waters Edge Lighthouse. “Hope you have your roller skates on,” she said to a visitor, as she prepared to talk to people sitting on the spacious, semicircular outdoor deck of the Glenville restaurant. Like other waitresses, Gallo steps lively, talks cordially and serves quickly.