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Eat and Drink / Andes

When you’ve worked up a hunger or thirst from all there is to do in the Great Western Catskills, we’ve got satisfying food and drink from classic country BBQ to just-off-the-farm fresh fare to recharge you. Ask for locally produced foods and beverages as more and more restaurants are offering them. This is a rapidly growing trend and farm-to-table dishes are quickly starting to dominate the menus of many of our local eateries. Catskills farmers and chefs are partnering to bring you great-tasting, nutritious and locally sourced foods. But don’t just go out for the food — experience great local music and entertainment right along with your meal!

  • Andes Hotel and Restaurant

    Only three hours from NYC in the heart of the northwestern Catskills, the Andes Hotel and Restaurant is a great destination for fun affordable weekend trips or one night getaways for friends and families! Just minutes away from the best local skiing, hiking, kayaking, and fishing in the region, we’re a great place to visit all year long!

    110 Main Street
    Andes 13731
    Ed and Sally O'Neil
    Phone: 845-676-4408
  • Two Old Tarts Bakery & Café

    A bakery and cafe dedicated to providing fresh, inventive, and irresistible baked delights, breakfasts, and lunches with a unique twist.

    22 Lee Lane
    Andes 13731
    Scott Finley & John Schulman
    Phone: 845-676-3300
  • Woody's Country Kitchen

    Hearty country fare for breakfast and lunch is served Monday to Sunday from 7am to 4pm. On Wednesday they extend their hours until 8pm and serve dinner. Dine on the front porch or inside at tables or at the old-fashioned luncheonette counter. Home baked goods are also available baked by Woody's mom Maria.

    85 Main Street
    Andes 13731
    Corey Ackerly
    Phone: 845-676-4500
  • Wayside Cider

    Fine mountain ciders made in the Catskills! Started in 2014, Wayside Cider is a collaboration between Alex Wilson and Irene Hussey. From hand-picking apples through to bottling the final product, they handle every stage of the cider-making process. While their methods might take longer, so do all the best things in life. Their blend of wild, heirloom, and dessert apples merges past and present to create a uniquely Delaware County cider.

    55 Redden Lane
    Andes 13731