Tannersville is a village in Greene County, New York, United States. The village is in the north-central part of the town of Hunter on Route 23A. The population was 539 at the 2010 census, up from 448 at the 2000 census.
Things to do in Tannersville
5 based on 100 reviews
Amazing gem on top of the mountain. Family run with service that rivals any NYC restaurant. Loved the eggplant parm which makes you feel like you are in southern Italy.
The owners actually cook unlike many restaurants today. Doria's desserts are delectable and original.
A meal here is a vacation in itself. If you have never been to this mountaintop delight, do your self a favor and make a reservation. (Yes, the dining room is packed with loyal customers).
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Oh, the freshly made to order donuts and great coffee makes for a wonderful morning treat. They also have a full menu and excellent quiche.
5 based on 68 reviews
I had a prosciutto and provolone sandwich on hard roll; it also contained pickled peppers and mayo. Hard roll was fresh, crusty, delicious; meat and cheese were high quality and piled generously high, half the sandwich was filling.
Vegetable sandwich ingredients are also on the menu including fresh avocado and arugula; but these were both unavailable on the day of my visit.
Desserts looked appealing, but were disappointing. Chocolate chip brownies tasted burned; cinnamon roll was dense and tough. Go for the sandwiches, skip dessert. Not overpriced considering the quality.
4 based on 62 reviews
We have been coming here for years as regular skiers at Hunter Mountain.
Dining room is small so reservations are required during the ski season, but not really in the summer.
The menu is not large, but there is always something for everyone to eat.
Food is average.
Service is above average!
Great for families.
Warm and cozy atmosphere.
4 based on 5 reviews
The location is in a strip mall adjacent to Main Street, Hunter, NY. The location is directly across from the entrance to Hunter Mountain Ski Area, a major ski mountain for all levels of skiers. The bagels are very fresh and there is limited seating in the restaurant. A nice place to stop.
4 based on 319 reviews
Family restaurant serving lunch and dinner daily. We specialize in american comfort food including steaks, burgers, meat loaf, and chicken pot pie.
We visited here while in Tannersville. I had the KNISH-WICH (hot grilled potato knish, packed with pastrami, topped with melted Swiss cheese and coleslaw, russian dressing and pasta salad on the side.) and my wife had the chicken pot pie (made with melt-in-your-mouth puff pastry). Both were fantastic! Good size portions. Plenty to look at while you wait.
4 based on 49 reviews
Prospect Restaurant at Scribners Lodge serves a playful twist on local cuisine inspired by the rich and diverse offerings of the Hudson Valley.
Very good food, but limited menu. Bar and restaurant are combined making for a cozy and warm space. Service was slow and unresponsive like the hotel.Hi, I am glad you enjoyed the food but I'm sorry to hear it wasn't timely - please email me [email protected] I'd like to know more about your experience to make it right! - Kelly Reid
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Can't understand the rave reviews. I'd tried this place several times for over a decade. The restaurant looks old (not in a warm way), with filthy, chipped paint, an unfinished deck, and mis-matched, dated, dusty garage-sale-type furnishings. The times that I did visit, on weeknights - and especially weekends, the entire place was completely empty, with just a couple of sweaty, tattooed drunks playing darts, and that interminable dross (70’s/80’s classic rock) blaring in the background. Not exactly inviting. The food can be compared - at best, with sub-par to mediocre diner food. Nothing memorable or special. The Fernwood definitely charges WAY too much for what little they’re offering. $22 to $24 for a small entree, containing mostly sides, should only be charged by a (very brave and inexperienced) Zagat rated, or popular four star restaurant, not this dingy, dark, tacky, back-woods dump. The elderly owners must be spending the rest of their retirement to stay open, judging from the small staff, and even smaller window of weekly hours that they’re offering. They haven’t yet gotten wind of the fact that they’re mostly forgotten, with the worst possible location: down a dead-end street, in a tiny, mostly unknown town, in the middle of nowhere. They’re trying very hard to be something that they’re not, while alienating everyone. They should stick to more affordable, comfort diner food, or pizza (and lower their prices dramatically). At least they’d be true to their obvious appearances. If you’re going to go out of your way, and are craving good food, Rhinebeck, Kingston, and even Woodstock have far better well-known, and well-liked restaurants.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
The food is nice, having eaten there a couple of times. Portions can be quite large. The decor inside is nice. Offers inside and outside seating by a small stream in the heart of town. A variety of beers to taste.
Would be nice if they offered something more than coleslaw for a vegetable side, apart from fries, sweet potato fries etc! It does tend to be a bit of a "mighty meat" plate. The fish dish they used to serve is no longer an option sadly.
They sometimes have live music - the two guys who play the cover songs are really great. This place gets very busy and has a wait list, but if you sit at the bar, you can usually get a table.
3.5 based on 54 reviews
When you walk in and see the big vats in the back you would think you had actually entered a functioning brewery, but you would be sorely mistaken. No beer is produced on the premises. Sad. Our table of four ordered burgers and one child's meal. An inordinate wait to receive our burgers. On a plus note, burgers were big, juicy and cooked well. The high-point was the hand cut potato chips.
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