May 20, 2008


Our outdoor dining area is the perfect place to dine with your neighbors while enjoying free live music. So, what's for dinner this week?

The Woodstock Chamber of Commerce & Arts will be grilling nitrate-free hot dogs and hamburgers made with all-natural beef from Woodstock Meats.

Oriole 9 will serve two warm seasonal & local dishes, salads, market wraps, strawberry mint lemonade and Oriole 9 special blend, locally roasted coffee.

The Garden Café will serve a spinach & avocado salad with toasted sunflower seeds, a tofu salad, bbq seitan with cornbread & slaw, Mediterranean chickpea wraps, mango iced tea and lemon blueberry coconut cake.

Wild Hive Farm will have pizza fresca, seasonal focaccia, red lentil dal samosas, mid-east spinach pies and smoked cheddar biscuits...all made from freshly milled stone-ground whole germ flour from local organic grains. Also, lemon squares, chocolate oatmeal walnut bar and gluten free chocolate meringue cookies.

Wright Farms will have whole apple pies. Bring your friends and dine family style! Also, apple chips and apple cider.


  1. Jerome TaubMay 22, 2008

    Too bad we didn't know about this in time. Rec'd. - 5/22
    When will you do it again?

  2. Not to worry Jerome. The festival starts next Wednesday, May 28th and will run every Wednesday through Sept 24th. We hope to see you there!

  3. OK. One more question. Where is Maple Lane and where is Mower's field?
    It would be helpful if you included a small map on the website for those of us not familiar with the area.

  4. A map will be up on our website shortly and will link to this blog.
    In the meantime...Maple Lane is right in the center of the Village of Woodstock.(Bread Alone is on the corner of Maple Lane) Mower's Field is at the end of Maple Lane. (Where the flea market is held.),+Woodstock,+NY+12498,+USA&um=1&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&resnum=1&ct=title