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  • 1. Bear Cafe, The

  • 2. Dixon Roadside

    Just like its sister restaurant Phoenicia Diner, Dixon serves classic comfort foods with a twist. Take their Dixon Burger, a 100% chuck blend from Veritas Farm topped with cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and onion. “We wanted that really great, fire-grilled char that speaks on its own,” says General Manager Courtney Malsatzki. The twist? Amazing sauce options: Read more...
  • 3. Moonrise Bagels

    4. Tinker Taco Lab

    In the heart of Woodstock, Tinker Taco Lab dishes up some of the tastiest tacos for meat lovers and vegetarians alike. P.S. Go on a sunny day to dine outdoors. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 5. Little Apple

    Serves its own special cold-pressed recipes. Bottles can be found in other local businesses. Find Smoothies and Healthy Sips at Hudson valley juice Bars
  • A family-owned eatery in Woodstock, Mountain Gate does authentic Indian fare like papadum, or thin spiced bean wafers, along with a delectable mixed vegetable biryani that’s extra-special alongside basmati rice sprinkled with coconut and almonds. Where to Find the Most Savory Indian Food in the Hudson Valley
    Although this local family chain is not strictly Thai, it does serve up a mean plate of pad Thai. Anyone with allergies or dietary restrictions will love Yum Yum, where customized eats are the name of the game. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Valley Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 8. Garden Cafe

    9. Cucina

    A longtime staple in Woodstock, Cucina tempts diners with traditional Italian cuisine in Ulster County. In warmer weather, grab a seat on the porch for an al fresco meal. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • Launched as an organic-bread bakery in 1983, Bread Alone has since expanded with four cafés, including its original Boiceville site and its main bakery in Lake Katrine near Kingston. The menu consists of sandwiches, toasts, salads, soups, and, of course, freshly baked pastries and breads.
  • 11. Silvia

    This stylish-yet-casual restaurant with an open kitchen and wood-burning grill is run by sisters Doris and Betty Choi. An emphasis on local sourcing spans New American dishes, like mushroom-lentil pâté and roasted beets with jalapeño-cashew crema, and a smattering of Asian plates, including bibimbap and Vietnamese smoked pork chops. The pergola-shaded deck is particularly inviting Read more...