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Restaurants in High Falls

Restaurants in High Falls

The little hamlet of High Falls is west of Rosendale on Rt. 213 going west. It can also be reached from Mohonk Road past the Mohonk Mountain House. Here are some of the restaurants worth eating at in High Falls, plus there’s some good antique stores and an excellent flea market May through October on Sunday mornings. There are historic remnants of the D&H Canal and locks in town as well.

Map of High Falls, NY with restaurants reviewed on cliffmama.com highlighted.

Restaurants in High Falls, NY

The Egg’s Nest Restaurant

1300 New York 213, High Falls, NY 12440 – (845) 687-7255
What an eclectic restaurant this is – food-wise and decor-wise. You can’t miss it in town, it’s painted in all sorts of colors and is covered in decorations. If you’re out to eat with kids, this is the best restaurant to play “I Spy” in because every inch of the place is either covered in paintings or has some sort of crazy item displayed on it. They have an excellent selection of vegetarian foods as well as non-veggies, quesadillas, salads, soups, sandwiches, “pray-sue”, pasta, children’s menu as well as a bar. The food is prepared in ways you don’t usually see and is usually tasty. Worth a visit.

High Falls Cafe

1219 State Rt. 213 and Mohonk Rd., High Falls, NY 12440 – (845) 687-2699 – closed Mondays
I’ve only eaten here a couple of times, but I thought the place was good with a nice casual feel. They serve basic American food for dinner – such as burgers, sandwiches, salads, pasta, as well as a breakfast and lunch menu. There’s also a kids’ menu. There’s a bar and a happy hour. Check their events calendar for their many live music events.

 

 

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