Service was very quick and friendly. We had the duck ( amazing, perfectly cooked) and the turkey pot pie ( also delicious, comfort food on a high level). Vibe was good. Laid back. Highly recommend!
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This is a great spot, with an extensive seasonal menu that draws on local produce and meats. Even my morally motivated vegetarian daughter ate some responsibly raised turkey in a pot pie that inspired envy in the rest of us. The dessert menu changes daily...More
1 review 2.0 star rating 10/1/2017 This place has been coasting on a good review they got in the Times, 12 years ago. The food was ok but overpriced: almost $30 for four scallops and a small side dish. The atmosphere was meh: little kids...More
My friend and I stopped in for Sunday brunch a few weeks ago and were treated to a delightful meal. We ordered benedicts with all of the trimmings. The Canadian bacon on top tasted very flavorful! Make sure to ask for more side salad if...More
My friend and I stop here every time we got to her house in the Catskills. It's become a tradition, but only because the food is so good. The menu changes regularly in accordance with seasonal local ingredients. I often skip dessert, but Miss Lucy's...More
My husband & I returned to Miss Lucy's after having a terrible lunch there a few years ago. We were seated at the bar at 6PM Sunday because we didn't have a reservation, even though several tables were empty when we arrived and when we...More
Our party of six including 2 children had our order taken promptly but then had to wait over 50 minutes before the food arrived. The restaurant was warm and not sure whether AC was available. The food eventually was served and was delicious with large...More
Visited Saugerties on a day trip to attend a dressage event and hosted several riders at lunch based on the stellar reviews. Service was lackluster at best, slow given that the establishment was not full. As for lunch, my husband rated his Reuben in the...More
We stopped at Miss Lucy's for a quick lunch on our way from Storm King to Cooperstown. Unprepossessing on the outside, this little place has a host of satisfying, vegetarian-leaning offerings reminiscent of the way many of us cooked a few decades ago. My husband...More
Used to be one of our favorite restaurants in the Hudson Valley, seems as though once the kitchen staff changed around the quality and portion size did as well. Still enjoyable, but doesn't seem to be quite worth the prices as it once was.