Phoenicia in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Phoenicia with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 483 reviews
While staying at Big Indian in the Catskills for a weekend wedding, we decided to dine at Peekamoose Restaurant on the Saturday evening before a Sunday wedding.
We ordered from the diverse menu of Soups, Salads, Appetizers, Entrees and deserts.
Perfect Grey Goose Martini's were made to our specifications without delay by an excellent waiter. A beautiful 12 ingredient salad was chosen by one of us while I had the excellent warm honey glazed beets. A shared and I say shared because this appetizer is for two or three at least, the Peekamoose Charcuterie Board is a MUST and one of the best apps we have ever had the opportunity to enjoy! Entrees of Rainbow Trout cooked to perfection with crispy skin served over local vegetables and a fine yet light sauce brought out the very best of this local favorite. Strong American Coffee was enjoyed along with a serving of fresh turned Pistachio/Brittle homemade ice cream, while I enjoyed the most delicious Panna Cotta with fresh Blackberry's and Raspberries. The staff was knowledgable, courteous and very efficient. The owner came to our table at the end of our meal and we shared with her how much we enjoyed our dining with them. She was very kind and gracious.
A great variety tap beers, wines and other alcoholic beverages are also available in this beautifully decorated and well floor planned facility. We strongly recommend dining at this restaurant while on your next visit while in the Catskills near Phoenicia or Big Indian.
4.5 based on 348 reviews
We will be closed for our yearly vacation from March 6th-March14th. We will reopen on March 15th at 7AM. See you then!<br><br>Phoenicia Diner serves your favorite diner standbys made with locally-sourced and fresh seasonal ingredients from nearby Catskills and Hudson Valley farms.
This is an upscale roadside diner that we would be happy to return to! The place is always busy and popular with locals and tourists alike for good reason. They use local ingredients and everything is fresh and tasty. This is not your typical diner diner, it's upscale - think hot fried chicken sandwiches, avocado toast, pork belly skillets, breakfast tacos and bourbon milkshakes. Service was extremely friendly.
Their orange juice was definitely fresh squeezed and delicious. Their onion rings come in a large portion and are quite good. I had a Swiss cheese, mushroom and spinach omelette which was great. It came with potatoes and toast (the potatoes were kind of bland and could have used onions and peppers). The French fries were just okay. Overall, we would totally return and would recommend it!
5 based on 15 reviews
Amy's Take Away is a must-stop on Route 214 between Phoenicia and Hunter, a couple miles from either town. Amy is truly passionate about food and local ingredients, and serves up a changing menu of delicious and thoughtful soups, sandwiches and dinners, like a recent southern themed offering of peanut soup and shrimp and grits. Her chicken salad with grapes and tarragon was absolutely the best I ever had! And in the summer, you can enjoy your meal sitting in her lovely garden surrounded by flowers and heirloom vegetables.
4 based on 54 reviews
Stopped for lunch with a friend. The oysters were fresh and delicious. The surf and turf was cooked to perfection. The flatiron steak was incredible. Only one little problem occurred. My surf and turf should have been a filet mignon but ended up being a strip steak instead. As soon as I brought it to the waitress's attention she took it back and got me the filet mignon and kept apologizing for the error. The chef even came out to apologise for his error. The waitress and the chef were wonderful. It was a bit pricey for lunch but the food was excellent!
4 based on 63 reviews
The wings are basted in a wonderful secret sauce.... with maple syrup ! Tender and delious.The beer is local and on tap, they have many ,and tend to hit all the seasons beers, as the seasons change. The food is really good and I do believe open everyday
4 based on 270 reviews
Located on Main Street, this neighborhood joint is a bar/restaurant popular with locals and tourists. The menu has A LOT to choose from - many breakfast items, sandwiches, burgers, salads, wraps, Mexican food, pasta, and wood fired pizza. I tried the Vegetable Skillet - it was like a frittata with eggs, peppers, onions, mushrooms, broccoli and potatoes topped with gouda (I ordered it without avocado). It was a large portion and good, but the gouda liquified and I couldn't really taste most of it with everything else going on inside it. We also had a "small" pizza (which ended up being about 12" in diameter) with spinach, sausage and pepperoni. It was good, but the crust wasn't crisp coming out of the oven. The leftovers that we took back to our hotel for a snack later bore this through, after refrigeration, the crust got very soggy. If the pizza had been more crisply cooked (some browning underneath), it might have held up better.
Service was good, prices are pretty reasonable and the place is very casual and family friendly and we would return.
4 based on 35 reviews
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Catskills, we are centrally located 5 minutes from Phoenicia, 15 minutes from Woodstock or Belleayre ski slopes and 25 minutes from Saugerties or Hunter Mountain. We have a full bar and restaurant featuring French-American fare from French classic dishes to burger, pasta dishes and generous salads. Our menu is carefully crafted to offer a wide range of well executed traditional dishes. We are bringing the classics back! The Inn consists of 8 Rooms furnished with antiques as well as more modern features such as private bath and WIFI. The charm of an 1850’s building is prevalent in rooms with small original details. We strive to create a comfortable, friendly and welcoming atmosphere of a Country Inn for all our guests.
We went this past weekend to celebrate our anniversary, all anticipation. The setting is wonderful -- in.a secluded wooded spot, a large circular drive, surrounded by huge old trees. It's got an historic feeling, like pre-war Europe with flocked wallpaper and antique chandeliers. But we were very disappointed in the food. I should say, some of the dishes. They were simply uninspired, seemingly thrown together by a harried housewife (or husband). My husbands dishes were better than mine -- the stuffed shrimp was pretty good as were the chicken livers he reported. But the grilled peaches came out cold, the salad was enormous, and just weird looking and not too tasty, and same goes for the pasta dish. Enormous and utterly flat, So sorry to have to write this. I'm writing In Hopes though that the restaurant owners will read this and consider hiring a good chef. There's romance here, a long history. so much potential!
3.5 based on 50 reviews
Great food, great service and a wonderful view while dining outside on the deck. The inside has a nice bar and nice decor, but the back deck is a lovely place for a drink or a meal.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
Craft beers & cocktails, a smart wine list, and a seasonal menu that reflects a strong "farm to table" philosophy. Tavern 214 is set in the bucolic Catskill Mountains, just a few steps from the Stony Clove Creek. Dine outdoors on the covered patio or cozy up to the fireplace in this 1920's Colonial Tavern, newly restored by your hosts, Peter & Vivian Diaz.
This place has always done good food since it opened a few years back. But the service then was absolutely shocking: you could easily wait 30mins for your drinks, and 1.5 hours for your mains!
Went the other night had the expected great meal, but service was great with no delays.
4 based on 183 reviews
Hands down the best pancakes I have ever had. If you want a great breakfast and you are in the area, absolutely make Sweet Sue’s your breakfast spot. The inside is kind fo a farmhouse coffee shop where you immediately feel welcome. My husband and I chose a seat by the window and perused the menu. We had a really hard time decking because everything sounded just so good. I knew I had to get pancakes and I settled on the seasonal special: pumpkin pancakes with yogurt, home made apple sauce, and cardamom syrup. My husband got the sourdough French toast. I also got a coffee which was fantastic. Clearly very good coffee beans were used to make it.
We could have easily shared the pancakes alone, the portion size was so big. I’m glad we didn’t though just so we could taste the deliciousness of the French toast. The sourdough flavor wasn’t present immediately but once you savored the bite in your mouth, it came through. The French toast was cooked perfectly: soft and chewy in the middle, slight crunch on the outside. It was delicious.
The pancakes were absolutely fantastic. They were fluffy and dessert but somehow light at the same time. They were cooked perfectly and the pumpkin flavor wasn’t overpowering. The yogurt was such a nice touch to cut the sweetness and the applesauce paired perfectly with with cardamom syrup. Truly incredible.
The prices were reasonable and the restaurant is cash only so just know that going in. I would absolutely recommend this spot to anyone.
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