I buy hemp made items here frequently -- and, no, you can't smoke 'em. The staff are indulgent vis a vis bad puns and it's great to have a similarly-themed store since the demise of the late lamented Cosmic Cactus. Come stoned or straight, you're sure to find items -- especially clothing and jewelry -- of interest. Deadhead stickers abound, but W dreck you will not find.
Fittingly The Iron Horse sits next to the railroad tracks -- its a popular lively place, fun for families. Invariably we go for the cheese-filled burgers. How they're made is a mystery but that only adds to atmosphere. Nothing fancy. Just good food
Cadillac Mountain Sports is the place to go for the highest quality outdoor sports equipment in this beautiful region. We vacation yearly in nearby Acadia National Park and a visit to CMS is de rigeur, even if we have no immediate needs, just to see state of the art equipment. I've purchased several pairs of hiking boots here and have found the staff friendly and helpful
A tiny place hilariously inadequate to accommodate the masses of who flock there. The cheek-by-jowl, haunch-to-haunch proximity necessary to endure to have any hope of placing an order may not appeal to everyone -- and it's probably best to park octogenarians on a park bench outside (you could crack a hip!) -- but it's a friendly near-mosh pit and the pizza in its infinite variety is well worth the struggle
Melchior DiGiacomo -- known to all as Mel -- is a down-to-earth unassuming guy with an amazing talent. He shoots the US Open at Flushing Meadow every year, pals around with the likes of Martina Navratilova and has been published in Life Magazine and Sports Illustrated. But he's just as much at home shooting local rec sports teams. His wedding shots and family portraits are uniquely alive and reflect his very "human touch." Ask to see his collection "Asylum for My Affections." It's a treat and an education to meet this man. His rates -- considering his stature -- are remarkably reasonable.
Imaginative Graphics occupies a smallish studio on the second floor at 88 Semmens. But the work they produce is anything but diminutive. They create graphics -- some mural-size, some menu-size -- for national chains such as Chock Full o' Nuts. Multitudes have seen their work without ever realizing where it originated. I've seen nothing but superior, sharp edged product from this company which obviously enjoys the confidence of several major corporations.
Jerry and his son Evan are official photographers for the NY Giants and Jets and they have a frieze of portraits on permanent display. Jerry brings loads of provisions to the Giants when they do preseason training in Albany. So you're getting the same basic high quality cuisine the big boys relish. "The Store" is more than a deli -- its an oldfashioned small town gathering place. The pastrami is superb and the"store special" (an Italian Hero) is a bargain.
We've been shopping at Campmor for years -- tents, boots, coldweather gear, bike accessories. Great selection and helpful staff. Fun to just cruise around in.
Crisp dense chewy bagels and a wonderful smell. coffee is good and the soups -- although limited -- are delicious. get there before four p.m! very converniently located on Kinderkamack road if heading north.
Not by any means an expert, I've had nothing but good experiences with this shop. They repaired my derailleur several years ago and it's worked flawlessly ever since. They're not inexpensive but I'd return without hesitation if I had problems with my bike.