LOCAL GUIDE

WE'RE NOT QUITE LOCALS YET. BUT HERE'S OUR GUIDE. 

 

RESTAURANTS BARS AND TALES

Kaatskeller* | 39 Main Street | Outdoor Pizza shop & cocktail bar run by the team behind Apotheke, our watering hole of choice.

DeBruce Hotel | 982 Debruce Road | The fanciest place on our list.  Restauarnt with tasting menu of made from stuff they find in their woods, great bar in the basement, and a pool to go swimming in during the day.

Robin Hood Diner* | 5031 Old Rt. 17 |  Authentic rural diner. Great for breakfasts and curing hangovers. Cash only (of course)

The Arnold House | 839 Shandlee Road | Casual cosy bar/restaurant with pool table, comfort food, and a juke box.

North Branch Inn | 869 N Branch Rd. | One of our favorites. Erik cooks the best food around and the wooden bowling alley rocks.

Rolling River Café | 25 Cooley Road, Parksville | Quirky place serving delicious tapas - be sure to check out the garden & stream.

 

A WALK IN TOWN

Brandenburg Bakery* |  66 Main Street | Locally made pastries, bread and fresh coffee.

Catskill Brewery* | 672 Old Route 17 | Our Local brewery - try the full tasting menu. Stumbling distance away (luckily)

Main Street Farm* | 36 Main Street | Farmers market. Great for specialty produce and delicious picnics. Sandwiches and soups all made from locally sourced produce - The Beaverkill is our favorite.

Nest Store* | 4 Main Street | Design store with furniture, clothes and a book shelf curated by Lena Dunham...

Morgan Outdoor* | 46 Main Street | Outdoor store, where you can pick up whatever gear you are missing and get much better information on hikes and outdoor adventures than we can provide.

Madison’s Main street stand | 46 Main Street |  Great spot to grab some ice cream while you are wandering around town.

Catskills Art Center* | 48 Main Street | Self-explanatory… its art, in the Catskills!

Laundry King* | 65 Main Street | Not self-explanatory at all, it’s also an art gallery.

 

SIGHTS TO SEE

Covered Bridges* | What the area is known for - there is one right outside town and a secret one we can direct you to...

Fly Fishing Museum |1031 Old Rte 17 | Get emerged in the history of fly fishing in the town where it all started.

Antiques Shops* | Check out main street Livingston Manor and Callicoon to hunt for some hidden gems

Dettes Fly Fishing Shop | 68 Cottage St. Roscoe | Oldest family run fly tying shop in the world- filled with flies and tall tales.

Callicoon Farmers Market | 8 Creamery Road, Callicoon | Classic farmers market - open on Sundays between 11-2.

Roscoe Beer Company | 145 Rockland Rd, Roscoe | The Norway to our Sweden of Breweries, Go for a tasting and try to convince us it’s better than our local neighbor. Also check out Bootlegger distillery if you are hunting alcohol in Roscoe.

 

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

Fly Fishing* | It’s what brought people here for decades, and us here in the first place. Let us know if you want to give it a try and we can set you up with our rods or find you a guide.

Mongaup Pond | 231 Mongaup Pond Rd | Camping Site, a wonderful swimminglake and the base for a couple of great hikes.

Buck Brook Alpacas | 99 Bestenheider Rd, Roscoe | Go the most instagrammble mammals on the planet.

Balsam Lake Mountain Trail | This is a 6.8 mile long hike up a mountain up a fire tower where you will have a fantastic vantage point of the forests below.

Climbing the Gunks | 45 minutes away you will find the best climbing on the east coast. Magnificent views even if you are just looking to hike up a mountain rather than scaling it.

Landers River Trips | 40 Skinner’s Falls West Narrowsburg | Grab a beer. Sit on an old inner tube. Float down the river.

 

*Denotes walking distance from LMFFC