The northern end of New York’s Catskills mountains is undergoing a restaurant renaissance. Spanning 35 high peaks and nearly 6,000 square miles, the Catskills were New Yorkers’ escape for luxury summering in the 1970s, but the region fell into disarray in decades since. Recently, locals and New York City expats have been trying to return the area to its former glory, including reopening long-closed resorts and appealing to a younger generation. Restaurants are a large part of that, with longtime businesses updating for millennials and newer openings catering to the Instagram set.
In time for the first big ski weekend of the season, here are the top restaurants near Hunter Mountain.Read More