Breakfast is a peak experience at the Phoenicia Diner.
The term “edibles” encompasses far far more than Alice B. Toklas’ famous hash brownies. These days, weed can be made into any number of candies, cakes, cookies, breads, drinks, dishes — the only limit is imagination and skill.
April 29-30: Each year, our state’s longest-running craft beer fest dishes out a different themed cuisine to pair with your choice of 400+ beers from 135+ New York-based breweries. This year, the featured food is Ballpark Hotdogs from across the nation.
The Hudson Valley Vegans will host a fundraising brunch to benefit Saugerties Animal Shelter on Saturday, April 29 from noon to 2:30 p.m. at Saugerties Reformed Church, 173 Main St.
Folks come from miles around to stock up on delicious pierogies and other Eastern European fare.
Cafés dedicated to board games are a relatively new thing. Miller says that the first one she heard about is in Toronto: a place called Snakes and Lattes.
Each spring (for nearly two decades now!) scenic Shawangunk Wine Trail wineries in Ulster and Orange counties get together to co-host a two-day wine-and-dine blowout called Pasta Primo Vino, and it’ll be back this weekend.
If it weren’t for Kingston historian Edwin Ford, this treasured building wouldn’t exist: Hoffman House was one of several Colonial-era stone buildings targeted for demolition in the late 1960s.
“Our goal is to have really delicious food that everyone in the family can eat. Most of the time what happens is that people try something and say, ‘Really? This is gluten-free?’ We’re trying to be subtle about it.”
It’s a beacon to those seeking not just a nosh or a drink, but also a cultural adventure that embodies all the mystique of the American bar without the dreariness.