Welcome to the 2023-2024 Guide to Pure Catskills Products, your one-stop source for where to eat, drink, shop, stay and play in the Catskills! Community is the root from which the Pure Catskills initiative started and continues to grow from. Our membership, as shown throughout this Guide, has reached 350 for the first time since we launched in 2004. Pure Catskills has always been a trusted resource for Catskills residents and visitors alike, but more than that, we continue to be a trusted space for businesses (old and new) to be a part of something bigger and to market their work, products and story. It is also a testament to our farmers that grow and produce high-quality food, and to the consumers who value knowing where their food comes from.
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After being mesmerized by llamas at a nearby farm, I became certain that llamas would be a part of my life. Full of personality: tall with long necks, soft, flowing fiber, large, full, soulful eyes and perfectly shaped banana ears that let you know you’ve got their attention. What’s not to love?
The Kaatskeller was opened in 2017 by Jon Westergreen and Chris Tierney along with the help of a few great partners. Our vision was to offer locally inspired wood fired pizzas, salads, sides and cocktails, to be enjoyed in the out-doors under twinkling lights with the glamour of the bygone resort era and the current Catskills vibe.
Red Kill Mountain Homestead Farms is the first and only known seller of wild apples. Our apples are genetically unique and receive no outside inputs from us, except for some pruning here and there. Our apple trees spread out across a mountainside, where each year we hand-select apples and pack them in boxes and ship them all over the nation.
Step inside Maggie’s Krooked Cafe and inhale air redolent with aromas of dream-come-true breakfast fare crispy sweet pancakes, french toast, tasty eggs benedict, savory rancheros, home baked muffins, the best coffee on the mountaintop, plus a selection of pastries from the very best bakeries, fresh juices and smoothies.
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The pages of this publication showcase over 350 farm and forest-based businesses, restaurants, local artisans, other nonprofit organizations, activities and accommodations located throughout Delaware, Greene, Schoharie, Sullivan, Otsego and Ulster Counties in New York State.