Farm-fresh and fabulous, this roadside place is a must for all-day breakfast and nourishing versions of club sandwiches and burgers.
Beginning in 1938, artist Harvey Fite worked for nearly four decades to coax an abandoned quarry into an immense work of land art, all sinuous walls, canyons and pools.
The site of the Woodstock Music & Art Fair, on Max Yasgur's farm outside Bethel, is 70 miles from the town of Woodstock. It's now home to an amphitheater with great summer concerts and an evocative museum dedica…
This exhibit bursts with the music and images that made the Woodstock Music & Art Fair such a cultural force in 1969. It's part of a larger outdoor amphitheater and arts center with excellent summer concerts.
Sophisticated seasonal Italian fare, including thin-crust pizzas, in a farmhouse with a large communal table.
This four-decade-old institution is part roadhouse with live bands, part candy store and part restaurant, serving hearty meals.
A half-mile nature trail leads to this 1869 landmark on the point where Esopus Creek joins the Hudson. You can also stay the night in the lighthouse's two-room B&B ($225), but you must book at least six months a…
The finest restaurant in the Catskills, this renovated farmhouse has been promoting local products for more than a decade. The main dining room can feel a bit austere; some regulars prefer the cozier bar.