Restaurants & Cafes


Beaverkill Valley Inn
7 Barnhart Road, Lew Beach, NY 12758

Brandenburg Bakery
66 Main St, Livingston Manor
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Chinatown Kitchen
40 Main St., Livingston Manor, NY 12758

Livingston Manor Country Store-Sunoco
40 Main St, Livingston Manor
(845) 439-5430

Madison’s Restaurant & Main St Stand
46 Main St, Livingston Manor
(845) 439-4368
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Main Street Farm Market & Café

Main Street Farm 01.30.15Main Street Farm Market and Cafe features locally grown and sourced foods from the Catskills including seasonal organic produce, milk, eggs, American farmstead cheese, fresh baked goods, meadow raised meats, free-range poultry, fresh Beaverkill trout, honey, maple syrup, and flowers. Our cafe serves locally roasted organic and fair trade coffee and hand blended tea and a seasonal farm fresh breakfast and lunch menu featuring homemade soups, salads and house baked breads for a really great sandwich.
49 Main St, Livingston Manor, (845) 439-4309
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Peck’s Market of Livingston Manor
29 Main St, Livingston Manor
(845) 439-4091
Fax (845) 439-3136
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Rolling River Café, Gallery & Inn
25 Cooley Road, Parksville, NY 12768

The Arnold House
The Tavern is much the same now as it has been for the past 50 years. Guests will find friendly, warm and lively service and a menu that embraces comfortable accessibility and local ingredients including trout from our world famous rivers. There is a pool table, jukebox and spontaneous singing is encouraged. A deck just outside the sunroom offers
cocktails and full tavern fare, weather permitting. Live music and events frequent on weekends. Catering, private events, and weddings hosted year-round.
839 Shandelee Rd, Livingston Manor
(845) 439-5070
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  1. Looking for information on the Lyon Inn Restaurant Inn in livingston Manor during the early 1980,s.

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