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bigdaddy

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  • Location: Maple Shade, NJ
Help in New York State Thu, 07/19/12 5:59 PM (permalink)
I'm heading to Vermont tommorow from nj. The halfway point is around Newburgh area. Any suggestions for lunch?
 
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    joerogo

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    • Location: Pittston, PA
    Re:Help in New York State Thu, 07/19/12 7:06 PM (permalink)
    This is 4 years old, hope she is still there.  Excellent dog from a lovely lady.
     
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      josefinajoisey

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      • Joined: 5/10/2005
      • Location: Rutherford NJ
      Re:Help in New York State Thu, 07/19/12 9:10 PM (permalink)
      If you check the 'Restaurants' tab, I think you will get lucky.

      Pete's Hot Dog Stand, and Tony's, Newburgh Lunch, in Newburgh. Also, a little farther North...Joe Beez Deli in Kingston.

      Also, as a bonus,,there are usually farmers selling produce at some of the thruway stops on the weekends. You would have to go on the NY thruway website to get the particulars.

      enjoy!!
       
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        seafarer john

        Re:Help in New York State Fri, 07/20/12 11:16 AM (permalink)
        New Paltz is the next exit north from Newburgh and has some decent places to eat , all convenient to the Thruway.
        When you get off the Thruway go west into the Village of New Paltz. On the left is a plaza with a decent diner and a good pizza joint and a Jamacain place (I really love their curried goat). Across Main St is another small plaza that has two good pizza joints (Pasquali's and Rhino's ) and Gadaletto's Seafood Market and Restaurant where , among many goodies they have a shrimp sandwich like a Po Boy that is excellent. Another mile down Man Street is the famous P&Gs bar where I like the chili and the hamburger.
        And,if you love cheese, at the end of Main St is the Water Street Market and the Cheese Plate where you can get a great sandwich and some of the best ice cream you'll ever eat.
        Cheers, John  
         
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          bartl

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          • Location: New Milford, NJ
          Re:Help in New York State Thu, 07/26/12 9:51 PM (permalink)
          A little late:
           
          Seafarer John has never steered me wrong, but I take the drive from Northern New Jersey (5 miles on Rt. 4 off the GW) to Burlington, Vermont, and I usually end up having lunch in Lake George or Saratoga Springs. I usually end up eating lunch at the Log Jam in Lake George; a bit on the Yuppie side (including prices), but good solid food, a more interesting than most salad bar (with freshly baked bread) and friendly service.
           
          Bart
           
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