Catskills + Hudson Valley
Restaurants in Catskills + Hudson Valley
The hearty restaurant is run by Brooklyn-born chef Devin Mills, who trained at New York's Le Bernardin and Gramercy Tavern. Wood-grilled steaks and 35 beers on tap draw a lively crowd.
The old-fashioned inn opened as the Hotel Monaquaga in 1928.
A diner serving comfort foods such as hamburgers and fish-and-chips. Book a patio table for a quieter setting.
Chef-owner Daniel Nilsson's DNA may well be found in the Swedish specials he presents each week, like the toast Skagen, with its judicious use of dill, cold shrimp, and delectable whitefish roe.
From the window of a cute-as-a-bug trailer emerge fat burritos and guacamole-topped quesadillas—and that’s just about the entire menu. Chow down at a picnic table in the shade at this summertime-only operation.
Stop in to assemble a picnic for a hike.
Impress the kids with buffalo and ostrich meat among the entrées (including gourmet burgers.
Max Dannis, a former management consultant, and his wife, architect Linda Gatter, opened the restaurant Local 111 in Philmont in 2006.
Choose your own bun, cheese, sauce, and extras to dress the Coleman natural-beef burger.