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    Bank Square Coffeehouse rests at the very start of Main Street in Beacon, which means it is a hub for train travelers, community members, and everyone in-between. Stop in for a coffee before you window-shop through town or pack your laptop for a day spent nestled in one of the café’s cozy chairs and couches. Read more...
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  • 3. Tito Santana Taqueria

    Comfort food lovers flock to Kitchen Sink Food & Drink for good ol' fashioned grub with a modern culinary twist. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 5. Beacon Bread Company

  • 6. Meyer’s Old Dutch

    It’s very important, when measuring the quality of this dish, to consider both the chicken and the “pie.” The former gets high marks: big chunks of breast meat and plenty of it. The “pie” consists of a fluffy, golden-brown puff-pastry top (flaky and chewy) covering the slow-cooked chicken and potatoes; homemade gravy (that’s salty and Read more...
  • 7. Royal Crepes

    The menu by Chef Kris Jani and owner Drilon Jakupaj has all manner of sweet and savory crepes, roll-ups, and fold-overs, but the ones from Jakupaj’s native Balkan region stand out. Supplement your brunch with a Turkish coffee or a tear of doughy and cheesy Balkan burek from your partner’s plate while you’re at it.
  • 8. Ziatun

  • 9. Max’s on Main

    Head here if you’re in the mood for something like a hot open turkey sandwich, fried fish & chips, or some hearty chili. Plus, that comfy, “everybody knows your name” atmosphere.

    10. Glazed Over Donuts

    Watching the donuts being made through the kitchen window at Glazed Over in Beacon is a mesmerizing experience. Owned by longtime Beacon residents Ron and Lisa Tompkins, the recently opened, family-run spot is the realization of an idea that came up during a vacation nearly 20 years ago. “We saw a little donut shop while Read more...
  • 11. Cafe Amarcord

  • 12. Homespun Foods

  • 13. The Pandorica

  • 14. Hudson Valley Food Hall

    Beacon is one of the most walkable cities in the Valley, and visitors definitely work up an appetite. To the rescue: Hudson Valley Food Hall. Miz Hattie’s BBQ hands out pulled pork sandies and brisket bowls, while Barb’s Fryworks does loaded French fries like no other. Finish off with ice cream sundaes and loaded Liège Read more...

    15. One More Bite

    The Main Street eatery has everything you might expect from a Korean fusion restaurant: vegetarian kimchi, French dip báhn mìs, bulgogi hoagies, spicy BBQ chicken wings, eggrolls, and chicken katsu fingers. Related: One More Bite Brings Korean Fusion to Beacon's Main Street
  • 16. Quinn’s

    Good ramen remains a challenge outside of Japan, but Quinn’s does it better than anyone in the Valley, with a hip setting, good beers, and live music in addition to rice balls, steamed buns, and noodles cooked to exactly the right texture. The Hudson Valley Vegetarian Restaurants You Should Know About

    17. Baja 328

    With so many restaurants touting their vegetarian and vegan fare, meat lovers have started to feel left out. Thank goodness for Baja 328, which has nine meat-based tacos, like the mouthwatering barbacoa taco stuffed with brisket, caramelized onions, and avocado. For a little heat, try the short-rib tacos with pickled Fresno peppers and jalapeños.
  • 18. Wonderbar

    Nothing beats the classic date-night combo of dinner and a movie. Nestled in a historic 1920s building along Beacon’s Main Street, Story Screen Theater is a one-of-a-kind destination for indie flicks and blockbusters alike. The adjacent Wonderbar crafts Hollywood-themed cocktails in a speakeasy atmosphere. Dig into delicious small plates, like the incredibly satisfying cauliflower pizza, Read more...