Snug Harbor Bar and Grill occupies one side of a building with a long history in New Paltz. Snug’s side of the building -- 38 Main Street -- is intrinsically linked with the other.
Part of that has to do with the history of how postal addresses came to be in New Paltz, where prior to the 1940s nothing had a street number.
Shortly after it was constructed in 1873, for Charles “Chas” W. Deyo, the building that holds New Paltz’s most beloved dive bar held both a drugstore and a clothing store. Almost a . . .
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