Photo credits: From first pic to left: Jennifer May, rest of photos: Bradley Hawkes.
47 North Front Street, Kingston, NY, 12401 (845) 339-2333
Quench your thirst with one of our 20 tap lines of American Craft Brew. Sate your hunger with our special brand of American comfort food made fresh. Local ingredients whenever humanly possible, like our beef burgers, which are local and grass-fed. Don’t fret, Veggies: There are plenty of meat-free options. Gluten-free stuff, too. Bonus: Kitchen open late EVERY NIGHT.
744 Broadway, Kingston, NY 12401
Owner, Maria Philippis, has been dishing out amazing meals and providing a hip and trendy place for locals and tourists alike to dine and drink. Written up in The New York Times and other publications like BORO, it's one restaurant that is a must for everyone.
47 North Front Street, Kingston // 845-339-2333 // firstname.lastname@example.org
323 Wall Street, Kingston // 845-481-5158
10 Crown Street
"For the past several years, the Stockade District’s oldest house, the stunning stone Tappen House, has sat vacant. On a whim, Exit Nineteen owner John Krenek toured the historic building last October, and bells went off in his head. With his partner, Jamie Nibloch, Krenek has a successful interior design business Spruce Design + Decor, in addition to their high-end home goods emporium in Uptown Kingston. “We’ve never really ventured into the hospitality business but it’s something we always had on the back burner,” Krenek says. The stone building seemed like the perfect place to test out their wings. “A lot of our work is in the city, and we also do a lot of homes up here, but this is our first way of showing public who we are and what we do,” he says. The pair has extensively renovated the interior to create a Parisian cabaret vibe that is “dark, moody, and sexy.” The walls are painted in a sultry brown tone, called Mink, with deep red banquets, gilded accents, and leopard print window dressing. Crown will have 5 separate areas—three indoor and two outdoor, which each have their own intimate vibe and can be reserved individually for parties.
In true lounge style, Crown will have no full dishes, but a carefully curated bar menu—cheese, charcuterie, and chocolate plates; pickles; almonds; and some rotating specials. Add to that a coffee bar, a bespoke cocktail list; and locally sourced wines and beers, and you have yourself a speakeasy. The Crown debuts Friday, July 20 and will be open Mondays and Thursdays 4pm-12am; Fridays and Saturdays 4pm-2am; and Sundays 2-6pm; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays." Chronogram
Keegan Ales has gone on to win many more awards and recognitions, including Best Brewery in The Hudson Valley (2009), Best Brewery in New York State (2009) and Best Craft-Brewed Beer in New York State (2009).
Early in 2010, The New York Times declared Mother’s Milk one of the top ten stouts in North America and Keegan Ales has also been awarded 2010 Small Business of the Year by The Ulster Chamber of Commerce and The Ulster County Development Corporation.
They also have an impressive tasty menu.
For all of you who want to see the process of how we make such a delicious brew, well you're in luck. Free tours of the brewery so stop by and let your bartender know that you would like a tour.
20 St James St, Kingston // 845-331-2739
313 Fair Street Kingston // 845-514-2649
316 Wall St
Kingston, NY 12401
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Ester Wine and Spirits
Uptown Kingston's new "it" spot for wine and spirits. Their motto is simple "selling good wine and spirits to good people in the best way we can". Excellent selection of wines and spirits with many great finds that many typical liquor stores won't stock. Super knowledgeable staff.
57 North Front Street
Kingston, NY 12401