Catskills

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ShermansTravel experts know where to find the best meal in town at the best price. Our restaurant reviews sift through the mountains of menus to highlight neighborhood gastronomic institutions and up-and-coming foodie hotspots – not to mention where to go for affordable, dependable fare complemented by a charming atmosphere.

Top Restaurants in Catskills

Cucina

The chef at this casually elegant eatery (housed in a 19th-century farmhouse) uses seasonal local ingredients to create succulent dishes like slow roasted organic salmon bathed in truffle vinaigrette, veal chop with fresh sage, and an antibiotic-free rib eye steak. Gourmet pizza and pasta dishes are available for more moderate prices. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays.

109 Mill Hill Rd., NY, 845-679-9800, www.cucinawoodstock.com
Tags: expensive | notable chef | american | pizza | pasta

Delhi Diner

After a morning of intense hiking, indulge in a lumberjack breakfast at this vintage Americana diner that features regular specials like Roast Turkey and classic burgers and fries.

Delaware County, 5 Main St., NY, 607-746-2207
Tags: family | moderate

Maggie's Krooked Café

Maggie’s plates up stacks of buckwheat flapjacks with as much real maple syrup as you can stomach and is often filled with locals, making for a nice antidote to touristy Sweet Sue’s.

Greene County, 3066 Main St., NY, 518-589-6101
Tags: moderate | comfort food

Narrowsburg Roasters

Proprietor Will Geisler’s homebaked maple shortbread, latte bravura, and hand-pressed paninis have secured Narrowsburg’s standing on the Catskills foodie map. Added bonus: free WiFi.

Sullivan County, 25 Main St., NY, 845-252-6688, www.narrowsburgroasters.com
Tags: family | moderate | notable chef

Slow Down Food Company

Slow down and enjoy hot loaves of home-baked bread, mounds of local greens, and flaky fruit pies on one of the creaky wooden tables here.

Delaware County, 22 Lee Lane, NY, 845-676-4488, www.slowdownfoodcompany.com
Tags: moderate | comfort food

Sweet Sue's

Looking for a hearty breakfast? Though Sue’s word-of-mouth reputation creates long weekend waits, nobody leaves hungry and few leave dissatisfied. The Red Monkey Pancakes (topped with strawberries and bananas) are a favorite.

Ulster County, 49 Main St., NY, 845-688-7852
Tags: family | moderate | comfort food

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