530 Main St.
New Paltz, NY 12561
Phone: (845) 255-6200
Fax: (845) 255-2319
Bars & Cafes
60 Main offers espresso, capuccino and a variety of other coffee drinks. High speed internet is available, so come by and enjoy a great cup of coffee while you work or play.
Open seven days a week, The Bakery is known for its unique coffee bar, full lunch menu, scrumptious breakfast specials and fresh baked goodies.
In addition to great gourmet coffees, this coffee shop also offers a homemade lunch, a wide variety of teas, espresso drinks, desserts and a cozy atmosphere. You'll find books, mags, newspapers, and frequent events at this hip hangout.
Enjoy acoustic music in this non-alcoholic coffeehouse that features a traditional soda fountain and cafe. Open Friday and Saturday from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
This cozy cafe has been lauded as the 'Best Vegetarian Restaurant' and 'Best Performance Space' by the reputed Chronogram Magazine. Its casual yet friendly atmosphere welcomes one and all to savor treats and enjoy different drinks. You can choose from organic coffees to chilled beers here; as far as munchies are concerned Rosendale doles out treats like Burritos, home made desserts and French Toast. It prides itself in cooking on traditional ovens rather than microwave, thereby retaining the original flavors and taste. That's not it, this cafe brings some of the best performers in town and almost every music genre is played here. You can also pick up merchandise like t-shirts, coffee mugs, caps and other stuff from the cafe's shop. For details and updated events information, call ahead.
Pub offering fine foods and spirits including fresh seafood, steaks, and continental items. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
Keegan Ales is open six-nights per week (closed Mondays) and offers live music five-nights per week. Simple, classic comfort food is served along with their beer offerings and a selection of spirits & New York wines.
Snapper Magee's is a local favorite. This watering hole prides itself on an impressive beer selection of local brews and international bottles. Their Happy Hour is a big draw for discounted tap beer and cocktails. On the jukebox are songs by Billy Joel and Tom Waits, among rock ‘n’ roll and punk classics. They have a weekly lineup of live bands playing underground rock, metal and alternative music to infuse a relaxed dive-bar vibe. It also features a foosball table, dart board and video game console.
A lunchtime favorite located in the heart of the city, Homespun Foods delights with its freshly made baked goodies and a lively atmosphere to enjoy it. Bright green walls give a cheerful vibe to the space. The busy counter-top has delicious displays of breads and other baked delights. The breakfast menu offers hearty favorites like egg sandwich, granola parfait as well as their signature Homespun Egg Burritos. For lunch, the cafe offers hearty sandwiches, salads and soups. There's a rotating choice of two specials each day of the week including pulled pork sandwich, banh mi and stuffed cornbread with side salad. Head out to the backdoor patio for a leisurely outdoor meal. Check website for more.
Established in 1972, Towne Crier Cafe is a longstanding institution on the local social scene. Having made stints across the state, its pioneering management is still at the helm of its operation. This cafe is popular in the arts neighborhood for its world-class live music performances as well as gourmet cuisine. Enjoy jazz and soul, among myriad globe-spanning genres by legendary artists. Share a Meat and Cheese Board or opt for Coconut Tiger Shrimp, Brodetto and Chorizo, BBQ Pulled Pork Ciabatta or Vegetarian Duck from their menu. Don't leave without sampling their famous desserts. Hazelnut Dacquoise and Grand Marnier Chocolate Cheesecake deserve a special mention.
Franklin Avenue of downtown Millbrook is home to many thriving businesses and establishments, including the Millbrook R n B Bar & Grill, the town's very own grill. With an awesome, fun vibe, the place is where the locals let their hair down and relax after a hard day's work. Apart from the usual pub grub that includes wings, burger and the works, refreshing drinks and extended happy hours, the grill offers regular musical entertainment for their patrons.
Colony Cafe is the only part of the Colony Hotel building that is still in operation today. This part of the place was resurrected from the debris of the hotel which was going to be demolished to pave way for new ventures. Needless to say, the cafeteria is now frequented by history and architecture lovers and is the venue for some very rare and famed concerts. Colony Cafe also serves some very delicious brews and fare. A meal at the Colony Cafe is like partaking in the rich history of the place itself. Call for more information.