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Found this tucked-away breakfast/lunch spot on Rte 44/55 in "downtown" Gardiner a couple of months ago and have been staking it out ever since. Fantastic luncheonette-style food with Southwestern influences. Recommended: egg dishes, especially those served with a "red rooster cake" a creamy/crispy potato pancake; the smoky, spicy bean soups and beef chili (topped with fresh pico de gallo and melted jack cheese); also, the wonderful Cobb and Hudson Valley-style salads. But the signature dish here is the basket of fresh-cut french fries, an irresistable accompaniment to the burgers (sized 6, 8, 10 oz) and the sandwiches. Good quality ingredients across the board. Keegan Ale served.
After a very long week, it’s always nice to go out on a Friday night in New Paltz. From Italian to Japanese to Indian, Main Street is filled with all different types of restaurants. But one of the newer restaurants definitely worth checking out for a unique dining experience is the Turkish-Mediterranean restaurant Anatolia, located at 76 Main Street. Anatolia first came to New Paltz in 1997, and was originally owned by the Demiray family.
Our rotating menu is lovingly built out of fresh, organic and local ingredients from the plant kingdom. Expect something delightfully different on each visit. Selections change based on availability of ingredients, season, and inspiration. We use no animal products or dairy, and most of our menu is gluten-free.
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