5 New Locations to Eat and Drink within the Hudson Valley this September

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Josh Goleman

Ollie’s Slice Store opened on Broadway in early August.

Ollie’s Slice Store

580 Broadway, Kingston

Within the former Tony’s Pizzeria in Kingston, the house owners of Ollie’s Pizza in Excessive Falls opened a slice store and a provisions market in neighboring storefronts in early August. A sit-down wine bar/bistro, dubbed Eliza, will observe later this month. A shared commissary, liable for every part from dough manufacturing to entire animal butchery, drives a vertically built-in enterprise mannequin that can provide all of the eating places. At Ollie’s Slice Store, order by the customizable slice ($3.50-$5) or get a 20-inch pie to go ($23-$28). Garlic knots, a meatball parm hero, and a few salads spherical out the short-but-sweet menu. Fletcher & Lu market is stocked with a rotating choice of merchandise made in-house which may vary from sausages and burger patties to bone broth, brisket, and pate. Eliza shall be chef Chris Bradley’s American tackle the European neighborhood bistro, with an emphasis on small plates that may be blended and matched to fulfill any event or urge for food.

Ravish Liquors

47 South River Avenue, Coxsackie

“Antiques within the entrance. Occasion within the again.” Just like the triumphant return of the mullet, Sara Miller’s genre-defying Coxsackie storefront shoehorns two disparate ideas into one 1870s firehouse, steps away from the Hudson River. Up entrance, UnQuiet shows the previous Saveur editor’s aesthetic and zeal for oddities with a curated choice of furnishings, artwork, and decor. Within the again, Ravish Liquors, “a speakeasy with a Southern accent,” is a small, cozy house with darkish wallpaper and a rotating menu of small Dixie-inflected bites, from rotel dip ($5) to the crawfish etouffee ($18) and succotash salad ($12). There’s additionally liquor, wine, sake, beer, and dwell music most Saturdays.

Beans Cat Cafe

11 Church Avenue, New Paltz

After almost three years in Beacon and near 500 cat adoptions, Beans Cat Cafe opened a second location in New Paltz in mid-July. Simply in time for the brand new semester, the New Paltz spot blends basic cafe choices with cat remedy, all with the objective of discovering houses for as many kitties as potential. Within the cat room, guests can reserve time to play with foster cats offered by the Hudson Valley Animal Rescue and Sanctuary. On the cafe aspect, clients can order all basic espresso drinks plus enjoyable seasonal specials, freshly squeezed lemonade, and candy treats from Highland-based Mad Batters Pastries. Beans Cat Cafe is the right place to unwind and recharge with some cat remedy and low.

The Print Home

1070 Principal Avenue, Fleischmanns

When the room isn’t full of the sounds of dwell music, information spin on the turntable on the Print Home, a brand new vinyl bar within the Delaware County village of Fleischmanns. After a 25-year profession in tv and movie, Joe Devito has returned to his lifelong passions of music and meals with this new enterprise. The menu affords flavors of DeVito’s childhood like his Grandma’s basic meatballs ($12) served in a forged iron skillet, in addition to contemporary flatbreads ($12-$18), and regionally sourced choices just like the farm-fresh cheeseboard. Situated in a circa-1905 print store with tall tin ceilings and topped molding, the restored house affords a comfy spot to listen to music and meet up with mates over craft cocktails.

La Barbirria

389 Principal Street, Beacon

Step into La Barbirria, the buzzy new Mexican spot on Beacon’s Principal Avenue. Quesadillas and burritos are notably absent from the menu, which is split into 4 groupings: entrees, appetizers, avenue tacos, and soups and salads. The tacos are all $5 and underneath apiece and are served with corn tortillas which are hand-pressed each day in-house. Proteins embody blackened salmon with chipotle sauce, marinated pork with pineapple, and chili shrimp. Entrees just like the carne adobada (pork) and arrachera (steak) showcase the birria methodology of slow-cooking meat. The menu additionally contains aguachile, a dish akin to ceviche that gives a alternative of shrimp ($16) or scallops ($21) marinated in a lime with a cucumber, jalapeno, and cilantro broth. For drinks, habanero and jalapeno margaritas and Mexican beers are the specialties, plus refreshing, non-alcoholic aguas frescas like cucumber-lime and hibiscus flower.