Walk in, Stumble out. Southern inspired biscuit shop by day, lively libation station by night.
Head across the street from Neon Croissant to sister shop, The Walk In for the best biscuits in the Catskills and very good coffee.
A communal Catskills bar serving natural wine, craft cocktails + seasonal snacks. Cutest magic backyard for sipping the crispest rosé.
Moroccan blankets, nouveau-Victorian wallpaper, nature prints on Tibetan paper. The selection is worldly at this chic boutique.
The pocket-sized boutique carries fishing inspired wares, the perfect accoutrements for a well-styled outdoorsy weekend.
Long Weekend sells vintage furniture and lighting sourced mainly from estate sales, showcased alongside new home goods.
Want to take home a few blooms from the Catskills, check out our favorite floral treasure parked outside Brandenburg Bakery.
The biggest opening in town is Upward Brewing, a chalet-style brewpub situated just above Main Street.
Thoughtfully curated wine + spirit shop stocks bottles from the area’s buzzing distilleries has become a staple for locals and visitors alike.
An aromatic Flanders red and a crisp East Coast pale ale are among this laid-back microbrewery’s solid pours.
From downtown Brooklyn to the banks of the Willowemoc! Try the 14-hour brisket. Only open Thursday-Saturday!
Located on Main Street, homemade pastries, cakes, quiches and of course croissants. The cinnamon buns are to die for!
Wildflower honey, grass-fed beef, smoked-trout sandwiches: do your local-organic provisioning here.
Seminary Hill makes wonderful pear and apple cider from heirloom fruit grown at their orchard. Take a tour and visit their tasting room!
Built in 1948, this Art Deco theater recalls a bygone era. Snag a chocolate egg cream or an old fashioned cherry coke before the picture!
Relaxed Scandinavian restaurant perched in an antique's filled space above a general store. We love the fried quinoa cakes with garlic scapes!
Creating Ice Cream in small batches, using pure wildflower honey produced from their own hives in Narrowsburg, New York.
Maison Bergogone, an antique shop in an old car garage gives on the unexpected feeling of walking into a Catskills cabinet of curiosities gathered by a European traveler.
Created by a former W and Vogue editor, the boutique, which has a sister shop in The Manor, offers hints of mountain charm, like antique snowshoes and Native American blankets.
Eclectic shop with clothing and home goods from near and far, like soap from the local Buck Brook Alpacas farm and New Orleans artist Chris Roberts-Antieaus’s framed tapestries.
Curated bookstore in which celebrated thinkers and creatives share the books they would take to a desert island. Offering a glimpse into the minds of some of the most engaging people.
Globe-trotting menu of stick-to-your-ribs plates, like Korean chicken wings, blackened catfish, and roasted bone marrow.
Buck Brook Alpacas, a family-run breeding farm situated on a hilltop outside of Roscoe, is open to visitors who wish to stock up on all things camelid.
Located in historic Roscoe, NY in the 1929 Roscoe Firehouse and former VFW Hall. All products are corked, labeled, blown dry and boxed by hand to ensure quality.
There’s no better way to end a day (or kick off the evening) than with a refreshing pint of craft beer from Roscoe Beer Co., where you can enjoy tours, tastings, or a proper sit-down session.
Woman-owned, artisan coffee roasting company on White Lake serving quality coffee made in small batches.
Likeside local pizzeria with two floors of dining less than a mile from Bethel Woods.
The site of the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair, on Max Yasgur's farm outside Bethel is now home to an amphitheater and a museum.
An honest-to-goodness Victorian castle perched atop rugged cliffs that plunge into a pristine lake below. Stop by for a hike or a massage!
The Catskill region was home to 19 of NY's 100+ fire towers - critical posts perched atop the highest peaks to keep watch for forest fires.
Popular hike know for its spectacular views from Giant Ledge, considered some of the best in the Catskills.
While the reasoning for why these bridges were covered is up for debate, their charm and the intrigue they generate can't be disputed.
Fully organic and horse-powered working farm. Bring your kids to milk a goat or pet a baby lamb!
The Catskills' Organic Vineyard & Winery Nestled in Among the Eagles and Pine in the Pristine Bashakill Wetlands.