The Infatuation – by Katherine Lewin “A must-visit for dinner if you’re spending the weekend around Woodstock or Phoenicia. The space feels like a giant ski lodge, with two options for seating depending on your vibe (the dining room’s more formal, and the tap room’s more laid-back), and a nice deck if you’re here when […]
Yeah, you can get any cuisine you want in the city—but if you crave your food just-picked fresh, it’s worth driving the two or three hours to where it’s grown. The Catskills have long been known for family farms, roadside farmstands and loads of classic diners. Now inventive new restaurants showcase homestyle tastes too. In the […]
In today’s world, the act of pulling out your phone, taking a picture someplace, and posting it for your friends on Instagram is a significant action. It means in that moment, whatever you’re doing, in whichever place, is inspiring to you, and you want to remember it. While Instagram data can’t tell us the actual […]
Peekamoose, Big Indian, NY When Peekamoose owners Devin and Marybeth Mills converted an old farmhouse in Big Indian into humble country kitchen, they did so with quite a bit of know-how. That’s because the pair had already cut their teeth in a few of NYC’s most impressive institutions (see: the Hudson River Club, Le Bernardin, […]
The Beautiful Restaurant Tucked Away Within A New York Forest Most People Don’t Know About Taking a trip to anywhere in the Catskills is like something out of a movie. With scenic destinations waiting for you around every corner, there’s so much beauty to be discovered within this region. Tucked away within Ulster County is […]
For breakfast, brunch, and lunch head to Phoenicia Diner, an old-school roadside diner that was bought by a New Yorker in 2012 and later spruced up. For dinner, head to The Peekamoose, run by a former Gramercy Tavern chef and known for its excellent food. Check out full article here.