Boquet Valley Cuisine Trail

Boquet Valley Cuisine Trail

Experience the Champlain Valley

Boquet Valley Cuisine Trail

Covering some of the most fertile agricultural land in Northern New York, this trail follows the steepest river in New York, the Boquet River. This trail is home to the largest collection of "new" farmers who are rediscovering traditional farming techniques which are producing products in a whole new way. The trail includes two wineries, a brewery, vegetable, livestock and CSA farms, and extraordinary eateries. 

Boquet Valley Cuisine Trail

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Boquet Valley Cuisine Trail Itinerary

Dacy Meadow FarmWestport


7103 NYS Rt 9N(518) 962-2350

Farm to Table Dining at DaCy Meadow Farm On your way to the theatre, hosting a meeting, family in town - The Localvore Gallery offers a unique dining experience. Enjoy a relaxing meal prepared from fresh, local products and served family-style in our beautiful gallery. Brunch with all locally-sourced food! Every Sunday, Memorial Day through Columbus Day Breakfast/Brunch › Selection of quiches › Fresh garden salad › Dogwood Bread Company bread › Pie, fresh fruit...
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The Deer's Head InnElizabethtown


7552 Court Street(518) 873-6514

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Dogwood Bread CompanyWadhams


2576 County Rte 10(518) 962-2280

Wood-fired bread & pizza, fresh roasted coffee, soups, sandwiches, baked goods and good company. 
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Reber Rock FarmEssex


1699 Jersey St(518) 572-7377

We are a convenient local food store selling our own products as well as products from 10 other producers, artisans and herbalists.
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Essex Farm Essex


Route 22(518) 963-4613

The Essex Farm store is open from 8am to 6pm, 7 days a week and is stocked to the brim with fresh seasonal vegetables, milk, eggs, chicken, grains, and maple syrup. You can even buy an Essex Farm T shirt, bag or a signed copy of Kristin Kimball’s book, The Dirty Life, which chronicles Essex Farm’s startup year.
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The Hub on the HillEssex


545 Middle Road(518) 418-5564

The Hub on the Hill is community hub inspired by the region’s local makers, farmers and food artisans.
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Pink PigEssex


2750 Essex Rd(518) 962-8833

Pink Pig Cafe is part of the Pink Pig Boutique located in Essex, NY, near the ferry landing. They offer a daily breakfast & lunch menu featuring local produce sourced from local Adirondack farms. 
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Mace Chasm FarmKeeseville


810 Mace Chasm Road(518) 963-4169

We are a diversified livestock operation in the Champlain Valley, rotationally grazing Devon Cattle, Katahdin Sheep, heritage Pigs, Turkeys, and Chickens. Our beef and sheep are 100% grass-fed, and our pigs, chickens & turkeys forage on pasture and receive rations of non-gmo grains.  Each week here on the farm we prepare specialty sausages, smoked meats, and a variety of fresh cuts for weekly markets, pick-ups, or delivery. We now offer our own Salamis as well - something to...
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