The historic village diner in Red Hook has the best biscuits & gravy. Hands down. By far my favorite diner. It’s located just off route 9 in upstate NY. They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In 1988 they became the first diner in New York, and the fourth in the nation, to be listed on the National Register of historic places. The diner was actually built in the 1920’s. It moved around to keep up with busy changing transportation routes. It’s pretty much a halfway point between NYC & Albany.
I love it for the home cooked meals and the old-school feeling. It’s like stepping back into simpler times. Who can beat bottomless coffee for $1.50. Oh and they have cider donuts year round. We dunked ours in our coffee so quick I didn’t get to snap a picture.
As if I didn’t have enough comfort food I added a helping of corned beef hash. Ahhhh this is what Sundays are made of.
If you’re in the northern part of the Hudson Valley make a pit stop at the historic village diner in Red Hook. Make sure you have cash. They only accept cash, no cards. If you forget, there is an ATM at the Stewarts next door. Enjoy!
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