Before the Landau Grill, and its closing this past October after 22 years in business, what stood at 17 Mill Hill Road was the Woodstock Pub.
And what is a “crazy bowl,” you ask? The focus of the menu is on “bowlz” of either rice, noodles or salad, topped with a protein of the customer’s choice and accompanying ingredients offering either Mexican or Asian flavors, the final product remaining true to its origins or becoming a pleasing combination of the two.
The College Diner recently closed after many years of feeding folks in New Paltz.
As Woodstock faces the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Aquarian Festival that affected much of the town’s profile, at least in terms of business, the Chamber of Commerce & Arts is gearing up for a 2019 season aimed at celebrating Woodstock as both the inspiration for that festival so long ago, and a fine destination no matter how you look at it.
David Scarpino will wrap up five years as HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley’s CEO on Dec. 31, HealthAlliance announced last week.
It’s official: The Lazy River Campground in Gardiner will soon be excavating the passive water feature implied by its name.
A panel of local media leaders – including our own Geddy Sveikauskas – was recently convened to discuss the future of their industry, and what that means for local communities.
It took nearly 18 months, but the sale of the Cioni Building, the Kingston City School District’s administrative HQ, to developer Neil Bender has finally closed.
For just over a year now, bluecashew Kitchen Homestead has been one of Uptown Kingston’s leading retail attractions.
Tops still has a rocky, narrow path it must follow. The upstate grocery chain, which employs 12,000 people, has now emerged with new strategies for increased home deliveries by zip code (Instacart), everyday low prices and greater emphasis on specialty foods.