The first ascent into Grinds & Grains, the coffee and cereal bar, now open upstairs at 3 Church Street in New Paltz, can feel a bit overwhelming.
Bina’s Café, a very orange new eatery on Partition Street in the Village, aims to bring a tri-cultural experience and authentic Indian cuisine to Saugerties.
Jelly is kid stuff, right? Something you outgrew a long time ago, except for maybe a rare PB&J when the cold cuts are all gone and you’re waiting on your next paycheck to go grocery-shopping? Maybe it’s time to rethink that prejudice. Some Gardiner-based entrepreneurs, doing business under the name of Doc Schwarz Wine Jelly, are brewing up new jelly flavors that will have you looking for innovative culinary uses for what used to be a humble sandwich spread.
This is the latest in a series of steps intended to revitalize the plaza. The controversial parking lot redesign was a required prerequisite to amending the site plan. That work, intended to bring the lot up to current safety standards, is still brought up by locals without prompting because the new configuration remains unpopular. It’s yet to be seen if any plans to update ShopRite itself will be brought to a Planning Board meeting.
The motto of McFoxlin’s in New Paltz is: “Fancy beer, fancy coffee, no fancy people.”
Thomas Auringer, the Kingston native seeking to expand his New York metro-area construction industry businesses into the Hudson Valley, was given an expensive slapdown by an appellate court last month.
“We get flowers delivered. Why not a cake?” mused Rigdzin Drolma, the proprietor of Me3 Bakery, an online business providing gourmet, elaborately decorated cakes to Woodstock and the surrounding region.
For the last 29 years, the shop has held secrets and treasures alike for anyone willing to browse the riot of merchandise or talk with whomever was behind the counter.
The new clinic in Phoenicia currently has only one doctor, neurologist Paul Mullin of Medical Associates of the Hudson Valley (MAHV), but the practice is looking to take on additional practitioners in family medicine, internal medicine, and mental health. Mullin, whose office opened on May 20 at 9 Ava Maria Drive, as part of the Kingston-based group, is already booked with patients, virtually back-to-back, for two weeks.
Andrew Maxon, the man guiding the Wine Village project on the banks of the Hudson River in Highland, is trumpeting progress made in securing approval to build the project and promising to break ground this year, or early in the next.