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!
A local restaurant serving breakfast and lunch streamside for eat-in or take out. Everything is made with the finest ingredients and love.
In Arkville at the railroad crossing. Dine in or Take out. Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 10pm. Sunday 12pm - 9pm.
Long time fish store, the Maine Black Bear is now serving dinners on Friday and Saturday nights, from 6-9pm. If you would like a lobster, please call ahead by Wednesday. BYOB.
Oakley's is a fun place to meet new friends and grab a bite to eat! WoodFired Pizza, Burgers, Chicken Wings and much more.
Bringing the local farm to your table. At T.J.'s Market and Café we believe that local produce is not only better for you, but better for the environment.
Union Grove Distillery is a new "Farm Licensed" Craft Distillery located in Arkville, New York in the beautiful Catskill Mountains. Offering tours of the distillery Wednesday through Saturday, visitors can enjoy a signature cocktail in their warm and cozy tasting room. This is a great place for group gatherings and hosting special events.
* SEASONAL * Saturday nights from late spring to early fall are pizza nights on the farm! Six kinds of seasonal farm-fresh pizza, served buffet style, with homemade dessert. Hayrides and farm animals too!
Come eat a seriously scrumptuous meal in a seriously fine roadside attraction. The Arkville Bread & Breakfast is located in an old caboose, right alongside the historic Delaware-Ulster Railroad tracks, where you can wave at the antique trains on the weekends.