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For the team at Cellaio, being part of Sullivan County’s vibrant culinary scene isn’t just a work thing — it’s a life thing. We asked everyone to share their best food and drink recommendations as well as places to visit and things to do. Here’s what they had to say.
Get a cup of joe at
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2 Queens in Narrowsburg. Their first brick-and-mortar location. Grab local honey while you’re there. Their tagline is coffee, tea, and bees!
Assorted bagels at a bakery
Grab a bagel in Monticello at this family-owned business run by second and third generations.

Score a sandwich before heading on a hike at the market at Main Street Farm in Livingston Manor, where they offer products from local, small-scale, sustainable family farms.

Then go hike at Neversink River Unique Area in Sullivan County, which features a spectacular gorge and two major waterfalls. Great for hiking and fishing.

Enjoy roadside BBQ at Big Kev’s BBQ, a fun setup in White Lake. The brisket and ribs are heavenly!

Visit a farmer’s market at the largest year-round farmer’s market in Sullivan County, currently indoors until April.

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Pick an apple or two and learn how to make cheese and spin wool at Apple Pond Farm and Renewable Energy Education Center, an 80-acre organic farm in Callicoon Center.
close up of an alpaca
Take a selfie with an alpaca If that’s your thing, head over to Buck Brook Alpacas in Roscoe, where you can also shop for beautiful alpaca accessories.
Get a dose of culture at
aerial view of the bethel woods center for the arts and museum
The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and Museum that offers year-round events, performances, and programs for all ages.

And take care of BREAKFAST OR LUNCH while you’re there Grab a wrap, sandwich, and some homemade sweets at Bethel Market Café, located in a striking former post office.

Catch a flick at the Callicoon Theater, whose design and visual flavor as well as mix of screenings recall a bygone era of movie watching.

Imbibe on craft cocktails at The Cochecton Fire Station, which, as its name suggests, was originally the town’s actual fire station.

Relax after dinner while listening to live music and drink inventive cocktails at the Emerald Ballroom in Narrowsburg.