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Italiensk restaurang
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“Voted Best Restaurant in Hudson Valley 2013 & 2014, Best Pasta in the Hudson Valley 2014 and Best Italian Restaurant in the Hudson Valley by Hudson Valley Magazine 2013 A Tavola, Italian for "at the table", is an expression more commonly used to beckon friends and family to the table when it's time to eat. A Tavola is a trattoria in the Hudson Valley based on that same principle. With inspiration drawn from the Italian countryside, A Tavola focuses on fresh, local produce and ingredients in a rustic, family-style atmosphere. The seasonally inspired menu centers on bringing the farm to the table and includes many creative homemade pasta dishes inspired by classics found throughout Italy. Mismatched farm tables set under candlelight call diners to the table to enjoy a crescendo of rustic country country fare. Whether stopping by for a small antipasto and a glass of wine at the bar, or enjoying a meal with friends, A Tavola evokes the true art of Italian dining. Call (845) 255–1426 from 9a – 5p daily, or book online with our reservation system. Reservations are strongly encouraged.”
  • 42 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Cocktailbar
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“Wonderful vibe, best place for a burger and fries, excellent veggie options. Cozy but sophisticated atmosphere. Excellent outdoor seating (dogs welcome on patio).”
  • 37 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Bar
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“Yummy food - for meat-eaters and vegetatiens (Free range tofu wings!). Cozy/classy atmosphere.”
  • 19 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Bryggeri
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“Local brewery, menu with lots of choices, fun atmosphere, popular New Paltz destination”
  • 27 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Gastropub
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“Billiards, a very long beer list, and homey New Paltz vibe make this a great evening spot. This bar has a slightly more alternative feel, compared to P&G's, which is more mainstream. Also family friendly for dinner!”
  • 36 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Tysk restaurang
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“This is a great family run German restaurant. It is very close to us - about a 5 minute walk away. There is a large deck off the back that provides an amazing sunset view of the Gunks.”
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New American-restaurang
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“Great food, GREATTTTTTTT COCKTAILS! And across the street from Tuthilltown Distillery”
  • 14 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Bar
“A hip place to have a casual meal. Diverse, innovative menu. Owners are two Brooklyn transplants.”
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Spritbutik
“Located in the same plaza as Emmanuel’s Market Place on route 209 in Stone Ridge. A wide selection of Wine and liquor.”
  • 10 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Speakeasy
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“A must do. Local artisan cocktails and other adult beverages in a very welcoming space. Great on your way into town to get settled into the proper vacation mindset.”
  • 18 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Bar
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“It's the story of the place that draws people here ( the food is great too ... try the clam chowder). From their website: Pat & George’s — In 1947 Dick’s Bar and Grill was purchased by two Lake Mohonk employees, Pat Cafferty and George Jayne. Legend has it that neither told their wives of their intention to purchase the business. They immediately changed the grill’s name to Pat and George’s. Among its soon loyal customers, it was simply “P&G’s”. The Stormy Years One of the best things to happen to P&G’s occurred in 1951. An ex-Dodgers baseball player named Storm Nickerson became the bartender. Stormy, as he was affectionately known, became something of a legend. His kind heart, good humor, and generous spirit made P and G’s the one place that welcomed all from the harsher outside world into a refuge for college students, business people, local characters, and even for a while in the 1960’s, “bikers”. According to one source, “They weren’t as rowdy a crew as you might expect because although he was quiet, Stormy commanded and got respect.” His professional baseball background made him a natural to pitch batting practice for the New Paltz College teams, and he did so for a number of seasons. One college fraternity, the Kappas, considered P and G’s their private domain, the scene of everything important: news, views, camaraderie — and especially — humor. After the Mount St. Helens volcano erupted and news reports discussed the possibility of considerable ash fall-out across the US, Stormy came to work to find the staff dressed in garbage bags with metal kitchen colanders on their heads. Since no ash was reported on anyone, Stormy reasoned the attire had been effective by making everyone in New Paltz laugh their ash off. In June 1991, after 40 years, Stormy retired from P&G’s. He died in June of 1994. From his casual humor that lingers, to his Chili recipe we still serve, and the fond memories often repeated by his many friends, Stormy lives on here. Ed Beck’s Party In 1969, Edwin Beck bought P&G’s. His first weekend as owner was completely successful. The following weekend, however, the place was deserted. A disheartened Beck couldn’t understand what he had done to alienate everyone – and so quickly! He was relieved to learn it was simply a matter of poor timing; everyone was away mud-wallowing in a farm field in Bethel, NY … a music festival, or something … Ed Beck never spent time worrying. He looked across Main Street and down Plattekill Avenue, eyeing the thousands of thirsty SUNY New Paltz College students who, for the most part, remained on campus. Taking a good supply of liquid refreshment, Beck went to the campus and threw a well-received free party. In doing so, he introduced PandG’s to a wider audience and gave the students (all legal in those days) a new place to call home. He transformed PandG’s from a neighborhood bar into a local institution. The force of Beck’s personality had much to do with the continued success of P&G’s — the place was fun. One oft quoted story about Beck concerns a young P&G’s enthusiast who admitted he wanted to be just like Beck when he grew up. It is reported that Beck in all humility replied, “Well, son, you can’t do both.” P&G’s – It’s Official The name, Pat & George’s, was officially changed to P&G’s in the 1980’s by Ed Beck and his son, Mike. In 1985, Mike bought out his father’s interest. In January 1994, he undertook extensive renovations making the building exterior appear more as it did in 1900, when it was The Casino. In 2019 P&G’s closed for three weeks and underwent a substantial renovation. The space occupied by Cindy Ricci’s Barbershop for 24 years was incorporated into P&G’s allowing for a larger bar area and an expanded and improved kitchen. With this renovation came the end of an era marked by the loss of “The Trough” in the men’s room. Mike Beck continues to run P&G’s. Mike’s daughter Kristen and son Mike Jr. continue to assume managerial roles as P&G’s transitions to the next generation. The atmosphere today is inviting and allows you to settle right into the casual setting. P&G’s is a regular lunch and dinner stop for many locals and tourists alike. ”
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New American-restaurang
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“Set amidst locust trees, Garvan's occupies a building built in 1759. With dining rooms that feature exquisite architecture and a sense of history, Garvan's itself is a destination and gathering place. Come experience Garvan's! I really recommend the warmly lit fireplaces and live music nights. Executive Chef Josh Paige uses the culinary expertise that he has honed working in restaurants throughout the United States to bring an eclectic menu to Garvan's. With an emphasis on fresh, local food, fantastic presentation and a desire to delight, Garvan's menu is sure to please. Reservations are strongly suggested to avoid disappointment. The highly trained staff at Garvan's will see to it that you enjoy every aspect of your meal, even if you do have to wait a short time. ”
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Bar
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“This restaurant-pub hybrid may look like a hole in the wall, but everything on their menu is delicious! We recommend making a reservation as this place gets packed, especially on the weekend. Sometimes you might get lucky and snag a seat at the bar... They've got a cozy fireplace and pool table as well.”
  • 11 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Vinbar
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“The tiniest trendy wine bar, with light noshes and an amazing sunset view from the porch in warm months.”
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Bar
“This restored tavern and inn is perfect through all seasons. In warmer weather, snag a seat out on the large porch which overlooks the river. In the cooler months, cozy up at the bar or in the dining room for delicious comfort food and great drinks.”
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Distillery
“Where Brooklyn Cider House grows it’s apples. Beautiful, walkable farm land. Fresh pizza and grill, delicious cider. Great vibe.”
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