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    Community favorite Clemson Bros. does New Paltz right from its prime location in the heart of the village. Go for the beer flights, since there's no way you can choose just one brew, then stick around for the mouthwatering sandwiches and fries. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 2. Karma Road

    A low-key café and bakery down by the Wallkill River serving salads, sandwiches, and enough soup to warrant a loyalty program. The Hudson Valley Vegetarian Restaurants You Should Know About
  • Much like the atmosphere at this lively, loud, and loveable German-inspired pub, the Schatzi Burger packs a punch. Expect a smorgasbord of flavors and textures, like the crispiness of a potato pancake, the creaminess of Schatzi Sauce, a braised red cabbage aioli, a mouthwatering patty made with a blend of chuck and short rib, and Read more...
  • 4. A Tavola Trattoria

  • 5. P&G’s

    P&G’s of New Paltz is an ever-popular destination in Ulster County. If you happen to stop by on a Friday, there are slider specials for a tasty cheeseburger, pulled pork, or veggie burger bite, along with plenty of hearty pub fare. Get Your Irish on at These Happening Hudson Valley Bars

    6. Mexican Kitchen

    Mexican Kitchen is a must for hearty meals at affordable prices. P.S. The breakfast spread is divine. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 7. Bangkok Café

    If you like duck, try the duck noodle soup for lunch or the shoo-shi duck with curry and vegetables for dinner. This family friendly spot has milder fried rice options that work well for little ones. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Valley
  • Looking for a peaceful oasis to sit back, have a drink, and enjoy some modern Indian food? Look no further because New Paltz Indian Restaurant has you covered. Located conveniently down the street from SUNY New Paltz, this Indian restaurant prides itself in its bold flavors and locally harvested ingredients. Where to Find the Most Read more...
  • 9. Mohonk Mountain House

    Served Saturday and Sunday (by reservation only) in the historic main dining room, the indulgent three-course brunch features homemade pastries, signature omelets, mouthwatering entrées like lobster mac ’n’ cheese and crispy pork belly sandwiches, and decadent desserts, including crème brûlée with fresh berries. The $84 per person price tag also includes access to the grounds, Read more...
  • 10. RUNA Bistro

    French cuisine is alive and well at Clare Hussain’s bistro in an 1870 building. Chef Ryan McClintock relies on locally sourced meats and produce to craft dishes such as rainbow trout amandine or mushroom-vegetable Bourguignon.
  • 11. Huckleberry

    Enjoy a pub-style bite at this restaurant, situated in a converted house with a chill backyard for outdoor dining. The menu focuses on shareable appetizers (zhoug hummus, elote, rosemary-Parmesan fries) and casual mains like Korean pulled pork tacos, Nashville hot chicken sandwiches, and grass-fed burgers.
  • 12. Main Course

    At this casual eat-in or takeout spot, offerings on the New American menu include cedar-plank salmon salad with crumbled blue cheese, candied walnuts, and a roasted-grape vinaigrette; open-faced tartine sandwiches; house-made soups; and assorted paninis.
  • 13. Garvan’s Gastropub

    Housed in a historic building from 1759, the restaurant reflects the eclectic tastes of Executive Chef Josh Paige. Choices range from brown-sugar-glazed duck breast to a Gorgonzola burger served with caramelized onions and truffle fries.
  • 14. Coppersea Distillery

    Coppersea has distinguished itself in the national spirit market by recovering tradition, establishing terroir, and prioritizing taste. Heirloom varietals of barley, corn, and rye are sourced from their 75-acre farm; production methods reflect centuries of spirit-making traditions; and the results are rich, balanced spirits with warm, vanilla and caramel characteristics.