Walton is a town in Delaware County, New York, United States. The population was 5,576 at the 2010 census. The town is in the west-central part of the county and contains the village of Walton. The town claims to be the "Scarecrow Capital of the World."
4.5 based on 32 reviews
This is a nice little home-town eating spot featuring good comfort food at good prices, daily specials, good breakfasts, and great servers. You won't be disappointed by eating here. Tip to folks from out of town: the front of the restaurant is almost always full, but there is parking out back and across the street and it's worth the extra walk to get a decent meal.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Located in a circa 1870 classic store building, Lucky Dog is an established hub for local food in Delaware County, NY. We opened in 2001 selling a mix of produce from our organic produce farm and other local/regional food items, many of them organic. In 2006 we added a cafe with panini sandwiches, homemade soups and other rotating specials. We bake our "Crocodile Bread" daily and during the growing season use produce from our farm in the cafe. We also use dairy and meat products from other small farms in the area. Over the years we've grown into more than just a "food place." We also are known for our vintage clothing and other vintage finds as well as products from local artisans - like handmade beeswax candles, soaps, lotions and more.
After a beautiful drive into the Catskills, was hoping for a delicious lunch, and Lucky Dog Cafe didn't disappoint. The set-up here is a bit unique - go through the store and through the dining room to reach the kitchen and counter where you place your order. Then grab your own silverware and pick a table in the charming dining room (or if weather permits, eat on the porch!). While your food is brought out to you, you are requested to bus your own table (including scraping any food waste into recycling or the pig/chicken scraps bin).
Yet the food that you'll be brought will be sensational - fresh local bread and fresh mozzarella (likely made within a few miles) makes for a sensational panini, and the homemade hummus has a very unique (and very favorable) taste to it.
Be sure after eating to browse through the store - while there are some generic products here (bar of ghirardelli chocolate), there are a ton of great local products too.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Nice menu small but nice soup an salad bar. Well stocked bar and very friendly staff. Food was delivered fast an hot. Choices were plenty and more then enough on the plate. We'll try Dannys again
4.5 based on 23 reviews
The drive out to Rainbow Lodge is gorgeous. Route 10 along the Canonsville Reservoir is a beautiful drive along an infrequently traveled road. Unspoiled nature at its finest. This restaurant/bar is located off the beaten path surrounded by a lovely pond and pristine nature. The setting alone is worth the drive out here. The service & food were great -- we were there for a private party. Drinks were good -- well stocked bar. Their Chili and Peel & Eat Jumbo Shrimp were delicious.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
We started off as a Custom Ice Cream Parlor and have grown into the most amazing place around! We offer affordable lunches made from scratch, housemade soups, Salads & Dressings, amazing burgers served on locally baked bread and freshly ground beef as well as the most unique and impressive dinner menu in our area. We offer fresh, seasonal, and exciting menu options all year long! Give us a try!!
The Penguin was recommended to us by a nurse at the Walton Hospital ER. They use their catering all the time.
My husband and I enjoyed a great late lunch. I had the peach and goat cheese salad. He the Italian Press panini. Both delish, with a very friendly & efficient server!
Oh yes, my husband had a vanilla soft serve cone for dessert. It was thick, creamy and sooo yummy.
So happy to find this gem. Thanks nurse Maureen ;)
4.5 based on 20 reviews
This restaurant has a choice of dining rooms, casual or a little more formal. The more formal area has multiple hunting trophies so some of my friends prefer the more casual dining area below. The menu has a very nice selection of great food.
4 based on 13 reviews
New restaurant in 2014 located in a small upstate NY town. The locals were a little concerned that another restaurant might not make it here. Owner is the head chief, husband tends bar and helps out everywhere. Food is great with a limited menu but lots of specials so the regulars always have something new to try. Lots of beers on tap and many are micro brews and from upstate NY as well. We'll keep supporting this one and our other favorite in town that I have already written a review for
4 based on 8 reviews
Ordered some roast beef, as they USED to have a great in-store made roast beef. Got back to the house though, and the roast beef smelled like fish, and it was odd colored and had a lot of white fat. Totally disgusting and will never eat there again.
4 based on 1 reviews
You can walk in a sit anywhere. Millers is informal, friendly and professional. They have limited summer hours only and are often crowded.
We had the Chicken and Ribs dinner. The Salad Bar is terrific with a great salad, good choice of salad dressings, and appetizers such as chicken gizzards, beans and biscuits.
A great choice for an inexpensive yet filling meal.
3 based on 1 reviews
Picked up 6 inch subs for home later found bread was dry and sandwiches were not good . They were out of roast beef so we had to change to something else . I'm not sure why bread was dry. Staff was nice .
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