Divey country bar, edge of Promised Land State Park. Cheesesteaks, burgers, wings. Beer to go, good WiFi for campsite people.
Near Promised Land
Jams, jellies, and maple syrup for sale are made here on the premises. Dutch Hill Preserves is a registered family-run maple syrup producer.
Local 25-year-old bar and grill in Promised Land with average food. The beer is cold. Burgers, baskets, and hot and cold sandwiches.
This family-owned farm provides fresh vegetables and fruit as well as other locally sourced agricultural products.
Tiny new brewery’s taproom. “We use local ingredients when able, support our neighbors, and brew beer that makes people dance.”
Reservations are strongly recommended at the restaurant at the lovely Frogtown Inn in Canadensis. New American casual fine dining.
Friendly and uncrowded market with a bakery, a deli, and beer & wine. There’s a gas station next door. Best place for Promised Land State Park campers.
1912 church in tiny mountain town. Garden ceremony site, cocktail area. Indoor reception hall with stunning archways and lush greenery.
Homey, down-home, usually crowded, seafood restaurant and bar. Steaks, daily specials. Worth a stop.
As country as country gets. Be seated at a picnic table, wooden booth, table, or counter for breakfast, lunch, or dinner or get a cone to go from the dairy bar.