About three hours from Manhattan you’ll find what is possibly the most up-and-coming culinary destination in New York state. It’s well worth taking a food-focused road trip along the little towns that stretch across five counties, making up the Catskill Mountains. In Bovina, Brushland Eating House serves seasonal dishes made with produce just delivered by farm trucks, while at Peekamoose in Big Indian, an old converted farmhouse is now the coziest spot to fill up on charcuterie. And no trip to the Catskills is complete without trying the cast-iron skillet eggs at the iconic Phoenicia Diner. See the full article here.