Woodstock / Saugerties / Kingston - tired of my standbys. Any suggestions?
- tracyk Aug 28, 2009 02:27 PM
We've been weekenders in the area for 3 years and are looking for some new favorites. These are our old standbys. What am i missing??
Picnic Pizza - love love love it. i know there are haters on this board
New World - loved this until the new menu. I find it a little uninspiring and not worth the $$. Even the carryover items from the original menu don't thrill me any more.
Red Onion - pretty solid, but not always in the mood for it
Miss Lucy's Kitchen - not always in the mood for the drive. Decent food, limited menu and pretty bad, inconsistent service
Joshua's - my idea of comfort food. don't love the atmosphere, so almost never go for anything other than lunch or dinner
Gabriels - decent. i want to like it more than i ever do.
re: bob gaj
i like elephant for an afternoon drink (it's so dark in there it always feels like nighttime), but when i'm in the mood for a more substantial dinner, it doesn't really fit the bill.
i thought armadillo was ok, but not worth the $$. I think Gypsy Wolf is better. Food's not as good, but not all that much worse, either.
keep the suggestions coming! iranian/afghan would have been perfect....
Has anyone tried Love Bites in Saugerties? It's a BYOB with a cute little wine shop right next door -- that's where I saw the menu and it looked good -- seasonal, fresh, and priced to please.
Along those same lines, I love the food at Garden Cafe in Woodstock. It's lovely out on the patio and the food is vegan and organic. Fresh without tasting like day-old Birkenstocks.