Blueberry Hill Market Cafe
Wakazi 24 wanapendekeza
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Local fave for breakfast and lunch. The small selection of market goods include many locally-produced items. Awesome pancakes (both traditional and gluten free!).
Great Breakfast. Always packed. Order and seat yourself. Your meal will be delivered. Good portions and very farmhouse delicious.
How we love Blueberry Hill. Find grocery basics here and gourmet items and some good prepared items to go. Also indispensable for coffee, soup, panini, daily meal specials, pie, salads and limeade made fresh. Great breakfasts--get the awesome bacon. Open only from 7 in the morning (8 am on weekends)…
Excellent food in a charming atmosphere. Friday and Saturday night dinner served; lunch every day.
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“Scrumptious Italian food - always very popular so book in advance. Famous for their Popovers”
- Wakazi 12 wanapendekeza
“Woodlands, meadows, a lake, two ponds, streams, and wetlands. Active beavers & otters. 2.5 miles of trails. 433 acres. Prime fishing access from Gale Hill Road. 10 minute drive.”
- Wakazi 8 wanapendekeza
“This turns out to be a great friendly local place, particularly for wings and very good burgers. Pizza oven too. Bar, good selection of craft beers on tap. Find this place in a back corner of the Midtown Mall next to the OTB, but don't let that deter you. Closed Monday; the kitchen serves on other days until 10 but the bar stays open till 2 a.m.”
- Wakazi 5 wanapendekeza
“Although Guido’s is technically an organic grocery store, their grab and go lunch options are healthy, delicious, and affordable. Bonus tip, their smoothies and fresh juices in the morning are the best in town. ”
- Wakazi 46 wanapendekeza
Point of Interest
“While it is fun to browse the antique stores of Hudson, they are also quite expensive. For real bargains, head to Meisner’s on Saturday night. Prices are normally 1/10th to ½ than they are in Hudson. Be sure to CAREFULLY inspect what you want to bid on ahead of time (during the week or right before the Saturday night auction) as everything is sold as is. If you see something you really like but can’t make the auction, phone bids are accepted. Check out items for sale on their website.”
- Wakazi 4 wanapendekeza