Sunday Brunch Ulster County
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Sunday Brunch

Ulster County

 All Gardiner Listings

 Gardiner Sunday Brunch

12525, gourmet café, contemporary American cuisine, freshest local fare, freshest local ingredients, dining, Restaurant Review, Family Restaurant, Serving breakfast and lunch, Sunday Brunch, The word is, organic farms, grass-fed Cafe Mio, Local Fare

845-255-4949 
  Cafe Mio, a gourmet café serving Farm-To-Table local bounty from the Hudson Valley, is located at 2356 Route 44/55, Gardiner, NY 12525 in Ulster County.

From Café Mio: "We are proud to be offering the freshest local fare of the Hudson Valley, something that is at the core of our food philosophy. Cafe Mio is also pleased to announce that we are now serving beer and wine.Michael (Chef) has a passion for incorporating the freshest local ingredients from purveyors who share his passion for great simple food. He and Amanda strive to provide an experience that allows the culinary wealth of the Hudson valley to shine in every dish. They believe in creating a unique dining experience while treating every customer like a member of their family."

Restaurant Review
Beer and Wine
Eggs - grass-fed from hens raised on pasture
Family Restaurant
Healthy options
Outdoor dining on the patio
Serving breakfast and lunch
Sunday Brunch

The word is Don't miss the fresh, delicious dishes served at this charming and comfortable café.

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 All High Falls Listings

 High Falls Sunday Brunch

12440, High Falls, NY,  Ulster County, Restaurant Review, Outdoor dining on patio, Sunday Brunch, National Historic Landmark building DePuy Canal House

845-687-7700 
  DePuy Canal House, serving an International selection of foods in a 200 year old stone tavern, is located at 1315 Route 213, High Falls, NY 12440 in Ulster County.

Restaurant Review
Historic building
Local Hudson Valley ingredients
Open kitchen
Outdoor dining on patio
Parking in private lot
Sunday Brunch

Hours of Operation check current hours before dining here.
The DePuy Canal House is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Chef John Novi will be cooking for you. You may want to check menu since several dishes are out of the ordinary.

The word is Accolades abound for this wonderful National Historic Landmark that will take you back 200 years in time. The ambiance, food, and service is exceptional as you watch Chef Novi prepares delicious dishes for his guests.

    Between courses, you are encouraged to view the preparation of meals from a balcony on the second floor overlooking the kitchen. If you are anywhere in this area (or even if you're not) the DePuy Canal House is a must try.
History of the Canal House
1797 – Simeon DePuy, one of the most prominent citizens of High Falls, NY opened the Stone House Tavern.

1825 – Work on the Delaware-Hudson Canal began, a project destined to link towns from Rondout-on-the-Hudson to Honesdale, PA. Simeon DePuy, by then an experienced restaurateur, profitted well during this time catering to hungry and thirsty Canal workers.

1826 – The D & H Canal opened ushering in a new era of cargo transport that operated for over 70 years. Simeon DePuy’s eatery was the site of Lock 16. His business flourished as the canalmen, called the “roughest, toughest, fightingest” bunch of the profession, refueled at the tavern-on-the-water.

1870 – The D & H Canal entered a prosperous decade, which would be its last successful era.

1872 – 1,000,000 tons of anthracite coal were weighed through the locks at Eddyville. It was coal that gave the Canal its start. Ironically, it was coal that would force its closing. Since the Canal could not operate during the winter, America welcomed in the Great Railroad. Trains were able to move the coal quicker, cheaper, and in all seasons of the year. High Falls, a thriving community with five stores, five saloons, and two butcher shops, began to lose its luster.

1899 – The D & H Canal Company sold the Canal with all of its “franchises, rights and privileges” to Samuel D. Coykendall for $10,000. But within a few years, the Canal closed for good, with the “Ulster Queen” the last boat to make a scheduled run. The Canal, once the Interstate Highway of the 19th Century, became merely an unused, overgrown ditch.

1964 – John Novi, a D & H Canal history enthusiast and resident of High Falls, became interested in the old, stone building located at Lock 16. Seeing the “for sale” sign that was posted on the former Stone House Tavern, John Novi began negotiations to purchase the building with the help of his advisor, S. Snyder. The asking price had originally been $12,000. With a $500 loan from Snyder, Novi purchased the building for $4,500. Restoration, brainstorming and financing followed in the next few years.

1969 – After touring and working in Italy, John Novi came back to the States and opened the old Simeon DePuy Tavern as a restaurant on June 14, 1969. John, as chef, and a small staff operated the restaurant.

1970 – Craig Clairborne, the “New York Times” food critic rated the American Nouvelle Cuisine four stars, an achievement most restaurant owners can only dream about.

1973 – Novi and his staff moved into a new kitchen addition constructed from old materials: barn beams, street lights and urban renewal bluestone.

1974 – Final restoration is completed in the cellar of the Canal House with the opening of a wine and reception room.

1976 – America’s bicentennial celebration – John Novi, with the American Revival Organization and Canal Society, established a park commemorating it with the erection of a flag pole.

1985 – An article in “Time Magazine” on American cuisine called John Novi “the Father of New American Cooking”.

1994 – The TV Food Network named John Novi “The Father of American Eclectic Cuisine”.

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 All Kingston Listings

 Kingston Sunday Brunch

12401, Traditional American food, Ulster County, mid-Hudson Valley, Outdoor dining, patio, views of Catskills, outdoor deck, comfort food, great bar, Restaurant Review Boitson's in Kingston

845-339-2333 
  Boitson's Kingston, serving Traditional American food, is located at 47 North Front Street, Kingston, NY, 12401 in Ulster County

From Boitson's: "On the North Side of Williamsburg Brooklyn, when bullet-proof glass still covered restaurant windows, “ladies of the night” strolled buckled sidewalks and phone booths were not only present, but occasionally worked, Maria moved into one of Alexander Boitson’s brownstone apartments. Over the years he watched his tenant travel back and forth to her family’s Long Island restaurants, Piccolo and The Mill Pond; two places she loved, but were not her own. Especially fond of Maria, “Al” offered several times to assist her in starting a business, and just as often, she declined. The two maintained a lively correspondence, even as Maria made her life in the Hudson Valley and Al remained in Brooklyn, contrasting the changing neighborhood with the one he returned to, a young sailor after WWII.

"Upon his passing in 2007, Maria was shocked to find herself among the chief beneficiaries of his estate – certainly enough to open her own place, in her own way. Born of friendship, Boitson’s restaurant opened on June 4, 2010 as a bit of a living memorial, where an old, sometimes rough-talking, Ukrainian-American sailor could get a decent plate of oysters and everyone is warmly welcomed."

Restaurant Review
Outdoor dining on patio with views of Catskills
Sunday Brunch

The word is Cozy feel to the long, narrow dining room that leads to an outdoor deck with views of the Catskills. Generous portions of comfort food and great bar.

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 All New Paltz Listings

 New Paltz Sunday Brunch

12561, Wine Bar, small plates, New Paltz, NY, Restaurant Review, Local, grass-fed and organic ingredients, Outdoor dining on patio, The word is, fabulous local grass-fed burgers Il Gallo Giallo Wine Bar

845-255-3636 
  Il Gallo Giallo Wine Bar, offering Farm To Table - Italian cuisine, is located at 36 Main Street, New Paltz, NY 12561 in Ulster County.

From Il Gallo Giallo: "Over many years I have been fortunate to work with several talented Italian chefs and restaurateurs. The experience of working with them along with several trips through Italy confirmed my love of Italian food and wine. The natural thing for me to do next was to open my own Italian wine bar."

Restaurant Review
Full Bar
Local, grass-fed, and organic options
Noise level = Average
Outdoor dining on patio.
Small Plates (Tapas)
Sunday Brunch
WiFi = Free

The word is While some loved the atmosphere of this "cool place" offering delicious small plates, fabulous local grass-fed burgers, and more - others did not. Check recent reviews and let us know what you think at gail@westchestertowns.com.

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 All Saugerties Listings

 Saugerties Sunday Brunch

12477, American food, fresh local ingredients, restaurant is cozy, Local, Natural and Organic Ingredients, Restaurant Review Miss Lucy's Kitchen

845-246-9240 
  Miss Lucy's Kitchen, serving American food, is located at 90 Partition Street, Saugerties NY 12477, Ulster County in the Hudson River Valley. "All of our dairy, eggs, poultry and meats are local, all natural and hormone & antibiotic free".

Restaurant Review
Local, grass-fed and organic ingredients

The word is Everyone agrees Miss Lucy's is wonderful; the food made from fresh local ingredients is delicious and the restaurant is cozy and warm with friendly service.

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 All West Park Listings

 West Park Sunday Brunch

12493, Restaurant, Eclectic cuisine, local and seasonal ingredients, organically on farms, Fireplace, fresh, local, and healthy food, Local, Natural and Organic Ingredients, Restaurant Review Global Palate

845-384-6590 
  Global Palate Restaurant, serving Farm-To-Table Eclectic cuisine, is located at 1746 Route 9W, West Park NY 12493, Dutchess County in the Hudson Valley.

From Global Palate: "The Global Palate Restaurant is dedicated to using local and seasonal ingredients. Most of are vegetables are gardened locally from either our own garden, RSK or Maynard Farms. Our eggs are from our farm, which is located less than 5 miles from the restaurant. All our fish is wild and we keep a close eye on the Seafood Watch to make sure we are not using any overfished seafood. All our meats all-natural & local most are from Claude Osterhoudht in Stone ridge and our chicken and some pork is from Northwind Farm in Tivoli. Duck and Rabbits are from John Fazio Farms in Gardiner. So if you want to go green - go Global."

Restaurant Review
Fireplace
Local, grass-fed and organic ingredients
Healthy options
Prix Fixe Special (mid-week)
Sunday Brunch

The word is Excellent, creative, delicious, and well prepared dishes; and if you care about fresh, local, and healthy food, you'll enjoy dining at Global Palate where "the chef cares about where her food comes from" and everything is fresh and lovely and inventive.

More From Global Palate
Everything is made in house from the bread to the sausage to the ice creams. The Global Palate is dedicated to giving their customers all-natural, hormone free meat, as well as sustainable fish. The beef is all-natural Black Angus from Claude Osterhoudt in Stone Ridge. Our poultry comes from North Wind farms in Tivoli as does some of our pork & lamb. Our duck comes from John Fazio Farms. The majority of the vegetables we use are gardened locally such as RSK Farms, Maynard’s Farm & our own garden. Theeggs are gathered from the chef’s chicken daily.

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 All Woodstock Listings

 Woodstock Sunday Brunch

12498, New American cuisine, Outdoor Dining, fireside dining, Restaurant Review, Full Bar, Organic, Several organic menu items, Outdoor dining on a beautiful patio, Sunday Brunch, The word is, Accolades galore, delicious food Bear Cafe

845-679-5555 
  Bear Cafe, serving New American cuisine, is located at 295 Tinker Street, Woodstock NY 12498, Ulster County in the Hudson Valley.

From Bear Café: "The Bear Café was created in 1971 by Albert Grossman, music industry visionary and personal manger to artists including Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, The Band and Peter, Paul & Mary, Todd Rundgren and others.In May of 1988, Peter Cantine and Chef Eric Mann, formerly a busboy and a dishwasher at The Bear Café of old, reopened The Bear Café and have run it since - on the rare occasion it hasn't run them. In August of 2004, Peter and Eric welcomed a third partner to The Bear Cafe, friend Andy Cooper, at which time they also purchased the complex on which The Bear Café sits, from long time landlady Sally Grossman. Cooper, Cantine & Mann also operate the legendary Bearsville Theater, on the rear of the property."

Restaurant Review
Full Bar
Organic - Several organic menu items
Outdoor dining on a beautiful patio under the trees
Sunday Brunch

The word is Accolades galore for the absolutely delicious food at this warm and cozy restaurant, offering winter fireside dining and warm weather outdoor dining on a beautiful patio set among trees; serving "natural" chicken, organic salmon, and many other delicious healthy options, including sandwiches on non-weekend nights.

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12498, contemporary Italian food, seasonal local ingredients, Restaurant Review, Fireside dining, Outdoor dining, Sunday Brunch, The word is, restaurant, good food, thin crust pizza Cucina

845-679-9800 
  Cucina, serving contemporary Italian food based on seasonal local ingredients, is located at 109 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock, NY 12498 in Ulster County in the Hudson Valley.

From Cucina: "Cucina Restaurant is located in a restored and rambling farmhouse at the gateway to historic Woodstock. Cucina’s contemporary Italian menu is based on seasonal, local ingredients. A warm, friendly ambiance centers around a modern-country setting with professional yet casual service and hospitality. The Upstate New York beautiful seasons move from one to another, and Spring and Summer dining on the incredible wooden wraparound porch, or fireside dining on chilly Fall and Winter evenings, make a visit to Cucina a must all year long while visiting Woodstock. Authentic and contemporary Italian creations, fine wine and cocktails, unique desserts and local Hudson Valley coffee, all combine to make every meal a memorable experience."

Restaurant Review
Family Restaurant
Fireside dining
Full Bar
Outdoor dining on a wraparound porch
Saturday and Sunday Brunch

The word is Located in a restored and rambling farmhouse, this country chic restaurant, "serving consistently good food, is a keeper". Enjoy thin crust pizza, fusilli with traditional Bolognese sauce, natural chicken breast, or one of their many other delicious dishes.

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