On Thursday, I met a fellow Realtor to preview a couple of her listings and then we decided to stop in at the Mountain Cow Cafe in Pine Plains. the food as usual was good. I had a wonderful vegetarian sandwich. While we enjoyed our sandwiches we also saw a beautiful exhibition of pictures from the Italian countryside, I can't remember the name of the photographer however I loved his work.
On Friday in the New York Times the Mountain Cow Cafe was mentioned as a neat place to stop. Back at the beginning of 2007 I had posted about this place.
So here it is:
If you ever take Route 199, say, from Red Hook towards Connecticut you will go through the town of Pine Plains. I would suggest you take your coffee break at the Mountain Cow Cafe. Here is a place you can get an espresso drink or in my case, tea and a scone. Today I had the most delicious scone, the way the english make it.
Anyway, this cozy, light-filled cafe is a great place to enjoy a cup of coffe while reading the New York Times. If you want to get even more comfortable make yourself at home on the leather couch; and if you are with a friend maybe even a game of backgammon could be arranged.
On my way out, I wanted a sandwich for my son. On the menu was a Tuna Salad Bacon Cheese Sandwich. To me, that was a very odd combination; but since my son likes to try new things I bought it anyway. later he told me it was great, so, you never know.
2987 Church St
Pine Plains, NY 12567 (518) 398-0500
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