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Beloved Phoenicia Pancake Spot Sweet Sue’s Reopens As an All-Day Cafe

Beloved Phoenicia Pancake Spot Sweet Sue’s Reopens As an All-Day Cafe

After the pandemic shuttered Sweet Sue's for two years, the longtime Phoenicia favorite is finally back under new management. But don't worry, the new owners bought Sue's famous pancake recipes, which return to the griddle for the first time today, complement the expanded menu of diner-adjacent breakfast fare and a house smoked meats program.

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Soy: Homestyle Japanese Cooking in Rosendale

Like the pandemic, 9/11 was a major, tragic, and world-rattling event that caused many people to reevaluate their lives and careers.

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Cold Spring's Cambodian Food Pop-Up

In Summer Months, the Backyard of Nice & Neat Dry Cleaner Becomes a Southeast Asian Oasis
On weekends from May through October, the backyard of the otherwise nondescript Nice & Neat Dry Cleaning transforms into a Cambodian food pop-up amid a lush oasis complete with a babbling creek and Buddhist statues. Here, owners Sakura Kim and Chakra Oeur dish out traditional Cambodian dishes from dumplings and egg rolls to curries like Nam Banh Chok.

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Que Lo Que: Woodstock to Get its First Dominican Restaurant

From Pop-Up to Permanent Fixture on the Village Green
In February, Shindig in Woodstock closed its doors after seven years on the Village Green serving up burgers, tinker tots, and friendly vibes. In late June or early July the space will come alive again with Que Lo Que, a Dominican food pop-up-turned-restaurant by chef Sam Fernandez, with Caribbean eats and batched cocktails.

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The Hog in Wappingers Falls: Sandwich Specialists

Under new chef-owner Adam Sternberg, Wappingers Falls cafe the Hog (formerly the Ground Hog) has switched from sit-down to fast casual service and upped the culinary ante with global flavor influences, clever twists on classics, and seasonal specials that highlight local farms.

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Darlings in Tillson Opens Today!

The Reenvisioned Roadhouse Serves Up Southern Comfort Food & Craft Cocktails
In the old location of the Postage Inn in Tillson, Darlings celebrates its grand opening today, with a fully reinvisioned interior, a new 4,000 square foot patio, craft cocktails, and a menu of Southern comfort food.

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Garrison's Historic Bird & Bottle Inn Now Open for Dining

Established in 1761, Dutch Colonial classic the Bird & Bottle Inn was a key waypoint for Hudson Highlands travelers before, during, and after the revolution. In the 1940s, it rose to prominence as a culinary destination frequented by celebrities, foodies, and starlets. After a painstaking renovation by local entrepreneurs and developers Marjorie Tarter and Brendan MacAlpine, the Bird has reopened to the public for dinner and weekend brunch. The hotel will open at a later date, with private events and weddings also to resume.

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Urban Cowboy Lodge Dishes Up Vegetable-Forward Fare

A Rustic Oasis in the Heart of the Catskills
Chef Jon Adair's menu for the The Public House at Urban Cowboy Lodge in Big Indian is seasonal, locally sourced, and vegetable-focused.

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Hibernation Over: The Beloved Bear is Returning to the Bearsville Theater Complex

The storied eatery the Bear Café, part of the Bearsville Theater complex, has been shuttered since 2019.

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Chef John DeLucie to Open Merchants Social in Hudson in May

In May, New York City celebrity chef John DeLucie will throw open the doors to his first upstate venture: MerchantsSocial in Hudson. Located in the former Ca'Mea space on Warren Street, Merchants Social will specialize in hyperlocal fare using region's bounty plus a Northeast raw bar, with three distinct spaces for dining and drinking, including a 74-seat courtyard.

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Walk In/Stumble Out: Cafe by Day, Bar by Night

A Dual-Concept Single Storefront in Livingston Manor Has You Covered Morning to Night
In the past decade, the Sullivan County hamlet of Livingston Manor has gotten a hip makeover, with an infusion of new residents and businesses.

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Palizzata in Kingston Reopens as Tony & Nick’s

Under the Same Ownership, the Stockade District Eatery Pivots to a More Casual Menu and Atmosphere
The iconic building at the corner of Wall and John streets in Uptown Kingston has been home to many restaurants over the years, including Alebrijes and the Kingston Tea Garden.

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Bistro Brunch Bliss at Willow by Charlie Palmer in Rhinebeck

Mirbeau Inn & Spa’s signature restaurant is serving up elevated twists on brunch classics this Easter and Mother’s Day
If elegant European bistro vibes and modern interpretations of classical French cuisine sound like your ideal scene, look no further for your brunch fix than Willow by Charlie Palmer. The special Easter menu, on offer Sunday, April 17 from 11am-4pm, is chock-full of elegant spins on lovable brunch standbys sure to appeal to your whole crew.

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Filipino Restaurant Hapag Kainan to Open in Highland April 30

Chef-Owner Alvin Balbastro Joins a Growing Enclave of Filipino American entrepreneurs in Highland
On April 30, Filipino restaurant Hapag Kainan will celebrate its grand opening in Highland, NY. The new eatery, by Alvin Balbastro, is the latest in a growing constellation of businesses by Filipino American entrepreneurs in the small hamlet. Hapag Kainan will dish up rich, Filipino comfort food classics from adobo to pork sisig, lumpia, and sinangag.

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For Mama Roux in Newburgh, the Conversation on NOLA Cuisine Is Ever-Evolving

Since Mama Roux opened in 2019, Chef Matty Hutchins has been deftly blending mainstays of the Southern, French, and Creole larders with new cuisines and techniques that would easily be at home on an ambitious tasting menu.

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