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Best things to do in Delaware County

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Ski Area
“Great family ski resort good in all seasons. Gondola runs on summer weekends as well. Beautiful views from the top. ”
125 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Large portions of great food. A little more expensive than other local restaurants but good quality and great service. Fun outdoor fire pit for roasting marshmallows for dessert. Great for kids and families. Reservations recommended.”
148 locals recommend
Ski Area
“The bomb on a mega dump. So worth it on all levels. Discounts galore. Kids ski free. Real ski mountain, wish I was just a bit closer but non the less so amazing and fun. Telemark fest a must.”
62 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Good prices and really yummy food served a warm and welcoming environment. Located about 30 minutes away. Worth the drive! Reservations a must!”
35 locals recommend
Bar
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“Enjoy house-made ciders from NY heirloom apples. Fermented in bottle with champagne yeasts, these aren't your supermarket ciders. Grab a bottle and enjoy some artisan snacks.”
41 locals recommend
Other Nightlife
“Yje only vodka distillery I know of in these parts, and they have a great bar where you can sample their wares, Sometimes they have fun live music, and it's a fun place to go have a cocktail. ”
28 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Great pizza spot. A favorite with the locals and visitors. Best pizza around!”
36 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Exceptional restaurant in the heart of Pine Hill. I highly recommend the food. and the quaintness of the village.”
32 locals recommend
Lodging
“This Historic Hotel on Main Street in Andes, just 10 minutes away, host Chef Ed O'Neill, formerly of Tavern on the Green. He creates amazing dishes with a more regional focus on local meats and comfort food. The cozy bar offers fresh beers on tap, darts, pool, and often live music. Close by are the Wayside Cidery and Weaver Hollow Brewery.”
25 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“Very Popular Farm to Table restaurant in a charming restored 1860’s house. Wood burning Pizza nights on Fridays and Saturdays ”
21 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“When the weather's right, hit up this farmer's market in a historic round barn and find some treats.”
35 locals recommend
Café
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“Our go to for breakfast scones, croissants or a tasty cupcake. They have a great brunch and their meatloaf sandwich is a “to-go” lunch favorite of ours.”
33 locals recommend
BBQ Joint
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“This is a MUST. Infamous, "largest charcoal pit" in the east... More importantly, the chicken is delish!! Easy dinner with all the fixins. This picture does NOT do Brooks the justice it deserves, a much nicer place to have dinner. Call ahead for take out. Or eat in. Finger lickin' chickin'.”
18 locals recommend
Brewery
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“A true micro-brewery experience, like no other right next to the Zen House.”
19 locals recommend
Gastropub
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“A warm rustic restaurant. It requires reservations and worth it for cocktails alone. 20 minutes away in Hobart 760 Main St, Hobart, NY 13788”
19 locals recommend
Lodging
“Just 20 minutes away, is this beautiful spot. A mill house located directly on a dam and Wawaka Lake, this spot offers kayak and bicycle rentals. Explore the long reaches of Wawaka Lake and see the diverse birdlife. There are often bald eagles soaring above so don't forget to look up once and while!”
20 locals recommend