October 21, 2020

Eats

Dan’s Diner Recalls Heyday Of Diners

SPENCERTOWN, NY – There’s a cliché line used by motorcyclists that goes “It not the destination, it’s the ride.” The point behind it is that getting there – wherever “there” might be – should provide the primary enjoyment for riders whenever they leave home on two (or three) wheels. While …

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Wood Creek Bar and Grill Welcomes Riders

NORFOLK, CT – When heading out with friends for a ride through the Litchfield Hills, I am always on the lookout for quality eating establishments, especially ones that are motorcyclist friendly. The Wood Creek Bar and Grill represents all of this and more. Owners Mike and Heidi Dinsmore started the …

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Cold Spring Depot Alongside The Tracks

COLD SPRING, NY – Built in 1884 as a passenger and freight terminal, the motorcycle-friendly Cold Spring Depot was an active station until 1954 and has been an eatery since 1972. In-between it was a car dealership and repair shop. If you dine outdoors on the patio, you can expect to …

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Pig Out At Big W’s Roadside Bar-B-Q

WINGDALE, NY – The next time you feel like “pigging out” while out on a ride, check out Big W’s Roadside Bar-B-Q, 1475 Route 22. The restaurant’s proprietor and namesake Warren Norstein has been in the ribs business since 2003. Back then, the business was truly “road side” – running out …

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Riders Gather At Toymaker’s Cafe

FALLS VILLAGE, CT – This is the “official hangout” of RIDE-CT.com / Ride-NewEngland.com. Owners Greg and Annie Bidou gave up the corporate life and commuting daily to New York City by  train in 2001 and opened the cafe in 2002. They now serve up English banger platters, sweet potato waffles and …

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