The Stewart’s on North Chestnut Street in New Paltz is dead. Long live the Stewart’s on North Chestnut Street in New Paltz.
The new, significantly larger Stewart’s – dubbed the “super Stewart’s” by village building inspector Cory Wirthmann – is located at the corner of North Chestnut Street and Henry W. Dubois Drive, a few hundred yards south of the previous store. A new traffic light has been installed at the intersection and the doors are open. Next up: A grand opening, this Friday, June 25, complete with a ribbon-cutting at 11 a.m. and specials on Stewart’s staples. These include:
- 50¢ ice cream cones
- 99¢ hot coffee/tea
- 99¢ Stewart’s Shops sodas and Refreshers
- 99¢ hot dogs and roller grill items
- $5 whole subs
- 10¢ off all gas, including diesel
According to the company, the new location offers a wider variety of food and beverage options than the previous one, and is part of a $50 million series of projects planned for this year, including a new store and renovations to existing stores.