Henning's Local 6 Old County Road Cochecton Center, NY (845) 252-3008 henningslocal.com @henningslocal Cheryl Perry is a former restaurant and bakery owner who has been a culinary instructor on and off for 20+ years. She's a ceramicist and lead educator at Red Barn Studio. Cheryl and Henning go way back and have teamed up to offer a wide range of cooking and other culinary related classes at Henning's Local. A gift certificate here is a great idea for either the best cook you
Don’t underestimate a small town just because you don’t see traffic lights and a store-crowded Main Street. One thing that’s beautiful about little towns like this one, that you may not realize by looking, is that the people here care deeply for its traditions and its history … and its future. The Lenape Indians reigned here long ago. The town’s name is from the Lenape word that means “foaming water” — for its place along the Delaware River — and is pronounced cuh-SHECK-ton.
8537 State Route 97, Cochecton, NY (845) 932-8104 cochectonpreservationsociety.com In 1992, town residents rallied to save the town railroad station, moving it a short distance on Route 97 from its original site and restoring it to its former glory. The station is thought to be the oldest surviving train station in New York state (built in 1850 by the Erie Railroad as a freight station). Open by appointment only. XOXO Farm Girl #farmgirlsguide #farmgirl #xoxofarmgirl #getting
6 Old County Road, Cochecton Center, NY (845) 252-3008 henningslocal.com @henningslocal Norwegian chef Henning Nordanger presents his version of American farm-to-table comfort food with a twist. The Local offers dinner and a Sunday brunch that makes you want to stay all day, plus Monday Movie Night! This year they are featuring heist movies ... each one better than the other! They even offer a series of classes: how to make cheese (I did this one!), how to sharpen your knives
7460 State Route 52 Cochecton Center, NY (845) 252-7570 Gorzynski’s produces over 500 varieties of vegetables and fruits, which you can score at the Liberty Farmers Market, at the Union Square Farmers’ Market in New York City or by joining Gorzynksi’s CSA. They farm according to hard-core organic standards — and have for over 20 years — but refuse to accept the USDA’s definition of organic, which is costly and impractical. So, instead of “organic” they call themselves “ornery
1 Depot Road, Cochecton, NY (845) 932-5141 cochectonfirestation.com @cochectonfirestation The mixologist masters -- Josiah Early and Ezekiel Miller -- from Henning's Local resurrected the old fire station (with their bare hands) and turned it into a new kind of watering hole, one where the beer flows, the cocktails are more delicious than they should be and the food is comforting. Steak, trout, mac 'n' cheese and mmmm. Tune in for community events when you're in the area. XOX