Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Margaretville. Margaretville is a village in Delaware County, New York, United States. The population was 596 at the 2010 census. The village is in the town of Middletown, on the border of the Catskill Park.
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4 based on 59 reviews
While heading south through the Catskills, we happened upon this restaurant so decided to give it a try as we had been driving for awhile.You just never know about these so called âcafesâ. Maybe itâs just me, but in many cases, they seem to offer smaller sized portions as opposed to pubs or restaurants. Well, not in this case. I had a really delicious Reuben that easily satisfied my large appetite. My grandson had a huge bacon burger, he saved half of for our continued ride, and my wife had a really tasty chicken sandwich. My granddaughter had a hot dog with a side of perfectly cooked onion rings. Man were they good. Nice clean place all around. We sat on the outside deck and the co-owner, clearing tables, was very friendly to us. He said his wife did the cooking and their goal was to give plenty of good food for a reasonable price. I think theyâve achieved their goal and then some.
4 based on 42 reviews
Kitchen & some seating located in a Caboose with separate Dining Room, Outdoor Deck & Porch seating.
I've become addicted to this quirky, cute caboose and their delicious breakfast! If you get the chance to try the homemade corned beef hash, do it! You won't be disappointed.
4 based on 62 reviews
Two Old Tarts serves comfort food to fit nearly every mood. We serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner with beer and wine available. We also serve fresh baked goods, coffee, espresso, and fine pressed teas.
We made reservations a few hours early on a Friday night, but there were plenty of tables on arrival. Some nights are crowded...it just depends, so it's better to be safe than sorry.The New York strip was cooked perfectly and they gladly substituted a vegetable medley for the usual potato for my husband, who's on a low-carb diet. The spinach souffle was more dense than one would expect, but was decent.The Pickled beet and Goat Cheese salad was delicious! Portion size was average not a small plate- but not a large, filling salad either (although I didn't add the chicken or shrimp.) I should've ordered soup to go with it. Their bread, served with olive oil and balsamic vinegar was also very good. Had to resist dessert, but visited the adjoining room where their many baked goods were on display- they looked very moist and appetizing!Acoustics kind of bounced voices and sounds around the dining room...no carpet or curtains, etc to absorb the noise. Not a big deal- just happened to notice. Service by the owners was warm, friendly, and efficient. So glad we dined here!
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