Spring in Pine Plains

We have been here 6 months and I cannot believe how much the town has already changed. There is so much energy and excitement. Spring just started and everyone is already out and ready to enjoy the new season.

If you haven’t been to town in a while – now is the time! The Stissing House and Rosey’s are now open – Gallery and Goods just opened their 6th season – performances have returned to the Stissing Center --- and the food is still as delicious as ever at Champetre and Lia’s Mountain View! And wait until you stop by Stoner’s Roadside Hot Dog stand.

Come visit us at the store while you’re exploring the neighborhood. Maybe I’ll give you some hints about big news I’ll be announcing soon.

All my best,



The Stissing House
The Stissing House was built in 1782 and chef Clare de Boer is its newest caretaker. They feature an American menu of fresh and exciting dishes, with a local feel.
Pine Plains’ newest weekend hotspot! Stop by for coffee, breakfast and lunch.
This is already a Pine Plains staple. The food is incredible, the ambiance is lovely, and a martini by Tracy is something you will not forget (or maybe not remember?).
Lia’s Mountain View
When you want to feel at home, this is the place to be! The staff is wonderful and the food is out of this world. Everyone knows everyone here and that is why Lia's has been so beloved for so long.
Gallery and Goods
You will be inspired the minute you walk in the door! They have an evolving selection of locally sourced, nature inspired art and handmade home goods, all housed in a restored historic church from 1838.
A New Leaf Bookstore
A charming used bookstore filled with personality and charm.