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Christina Stanley Oct 20, 2004 11:48 AM

anyone know some good places to eat or go to in woodstock ny???

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    josephsm RE: Christina Stanley Oct 20, 2004 01:26 PM

    Bear Cafe (in neighboring Bearsville) is by far the best restaurant around there. Reservations highly recommended on a Friday or Saturday night.

    If you want great country breakfasts, consider Sweet Sues in Phoenicia.

    Also fun for margaritas especially and decent Mexican is the Armadillo in Kingston in the downtown harbor section.

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      Andrea RE: Christina Stanley Oct 20, 2004 05:00 PM

      I like Joshua's, right on Tinker Street. They use a lot of great natural and locally grown products. Emphasis on eastern European and Middle eastern dishes. I believe breakfast is served all day- they have killer omelettes! Nothing too fancy, but good home cooking.

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        neighbor RE: Christina Stanley Oct 21, 2004 10:52 AM

        Heaven, on Tinker St., has good breakfasts but the service is teenage lackadaisical, at best. Don't go if you're in a hurry. Also, it can get very crowded.

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          KJ Oconnor RE: neighbor Oct 21, 2004 02:55 PM

          Was there two weeks ago.
          Service great, pretty place.
          Ravioli was excellent, pizza was tasteless, ribeye steak was unbelievably tough-should have sent it back...
          Someone had a burger, which was acceptable, with good fries. The "hand cut" fresh steak-fries were a joke though, obviously frozen, blackened as requested, but still mealy mush inside.
          Ick.
          Deserts were skippable...
          Sometimes you just pick all the wrong things off the menu...the locals rave about this place.

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            Betsy RE: KJ Oconnor Oct 21, 2004 04:25 PM

            Which place? Heaven or The Bear?

            I like Red Onion, which is just outside of Woodstock on 212. Good food and martinis.

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              playman RE: KJ Oconnor Oct 22, 2004 06:44 AM

              we were at heaven on monday october 11th. Fodd was good but service left much to be desired. TThe serve yourself coffe bar was a mess. My wife wanted hot tea, but the hot water carafe was full of coffee grounds. Mzybe just columbus day weakend problems

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                Doreen RE: playman Oct 22, 2004 08:01 AM

                The Bear Cafe in Bearsville, right thru main street Woodstock is really great.

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                  agirlandamonkey RE: playman Oct 22, 2004 11:52 AM

                  This place really needs to rethink it's set up. It's a decent place to stop off for a bite but the self serve drinks combined with the poor service make it a bit of a drag.

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                    Betsy RE: agirlandamonkey Oct 22, 2004 04:24 PM

                    I TOTALLY agree...it's so narrow, I always feel like I'm dragging my ass across the table of my neighbor as I walk through. And self-serve beverages are a TOTAL drag.

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              Fred RE: Christina Stanley Nov 5, 2004 06:51 AM

              Joshuas on Tinker St.

              Great lunch/breakfast place. Excellent salads, home made soups and other American-Mideast specialties. The fresh squeezed carrot juice is a real upper. Good wine.

              1. Tapas52 RE: Christina Stanley Feb 21, 2014 06:29 AM

                https://www.facebook.com/rickswoodfired

                Just opened this week...

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