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Mexicali Blue

Consigliato da 14 persone del luogo · Prezzo stimato 1 su 4 ·

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Josee
Josee
September 22, 2019
My favorite hole-in-the-wall place for fresh tacos etc.
Salvatore'
Salvatore'
February 20, 2019
If I want to eat Mexican I have 2 choices... Mexicali Blue is my first for a MONSTER BURRITO... ALWAYS Excellent...Freshly made on the spot... My second best is to eat in and it is the next entrant...
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
June 27, 2018
Ridiculously great Mexican. Tiny place for a grab and go experience although they have some small seating inside and a bench outside. Great tuna tacos and shrimp quesadillas!
Justin
Justin
June 24, 2018
Southwestern counter serve for grilled-to-order fish & meat burritos, plus tacos, guacamole & more.
Michael
Michael
June 5, 2018
A fresh Mexican restaurant with flair. Great for an adventurous palate. Good for take out.

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Pub
“It's the story of the place that draws people here ( the food is great too ... try the clam chowder). From their website: Pat & George’s — In 1947 Dick’s Bar and Grill was purchased by two Lake Mohonk employees, Pat Cafferty and George Jayne. Legend has it that neither told their wives of their intention to purchase the business. They immediately changed the grill’s name to Pat and George’s. Among its soon loyal customers, it was simply “P&G’s”. The Stormy Years One of the best things to happen to P&G’s occurred in 1951. An ex-Dodgers baseball player named Storm Nickerson became the bartender. Stormy, as he was affectionately known, became something of a legend. His kind heart, good humor, and generous spirit made P and G’s the one place that welcomed all from the harsher outside world into a refuge for college students, business people, local characters, and even for a while in the 1960’s, “bikers”. According to one source, “They weren’t as rowdy a crew as you might expect because although he was quiet, Stormy commanded and got respect.” His professional baseball background made him a natural to pitch batting practice for the New Paltz College teams, and he did so for a number of seasons. One college fraternity, the Kappas, considered P and G’s their private domain, the scene of everything important: news, views, camaraderie — and especially — humor. After the Mount St. Helens volcano erupted and news reports discussed the possibility of considerable ash fall-out across the US, Stormy came to work to find the staff dressed in garbage bags with metal kitchen colanders on their heads. Since no ash was reported on anyone, Stormy reasoned the attire had been effective by making everyone in New Paltz laugh their ash off. In June 1991, after 40 years, Stormy retired from P&G’s. He died in June of 1994. From his casual humor that lingers, to his Chili recipe we still serve, and the fond memories often repeated by his many friends, Stormy lives on here. Ed Beck’s Party In 1969, Edwin Beck bought P&G’s. His first weekend as owner was completely successful. The following weekend, however, the place was deserted. A disheartened Beck couldn’t understand what he had done to alienate everyone – and so quickly! He was relieved to learn it was simply a matter of poor timing; everyone was away mud-wallowing in a farm field in Bethel, NY … a music festival, or something … Ed Beck never spent time worrying. He looked across Main Street and down Plattekill Avenue, eyeing the thousands of thirsty SUNY New Paltz College students who, for the most part, remained on campus. Taking a good supply of liquid refreshment, Beck went to the campus and threw a well-received free party. In doing so, he introduced PandG’s to a wider audience and gave the students (all legal in those days) a new place to call home. He transformed PandG’s from a neighborhood bar into a local institution. The force of Beck’s personality had much to do with the continued success of P&G’s — the place was fun. One oft quoted story about Beck concerns a young P&G’s enthusiast who admitted he wanted to be just like Beck when he grew up. It is reported that Beck in all humility replied, “Well, son, you can’t do both.” P&G’s – It’s Official The name, Pat & George’s, was officially changed to P&G’s in the 1980’s by Ed Beck and his son, Mike. In 1985, Mike bought out his father’s interest. In January 1994, he undertook extensive renovations making the building exterior appear more as it did in 1900, when it was The Casino. In 2019 P&G’s closed for three weeks and underwent a substantial renovation. The space occupied by Cindy Ricci’s Barbershop for 24 years was incorporated into P&G’s allowing for a larger bar area and an expanded and improved kitchen. With this renovation came the end of an era marked by the loss of “The Trough” in the men’s room. Mike Beck continues to run P&G’s. Mike’s daughter Kristen and son Mike Jr. continue to assume managerial roles as P&G’s transitions to the next generation. The atmosphere today is inviting and allows you to settle right into the casual setting. P&G’s is a regular lunch and dinner stop for many locals and tourists alike. ”
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Pub
“Lively tap house with a pool table serving up classic bar bites, plus trivia & karaoke nights.”
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Gastropub
“Billiards, a very long beer list, and homey New Paltz vibe make this a great evening spot. This bar has a slightly more alternative feel, compared to P&G's, which is more mainstream. Also family friendly for dinner!”
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Ristorante di sushi
“Our favorite family restaurant for years with consistent quality. Great Sushi & Dinners Jerry (owner) is a very friendly host. Outdoor seating available. Make a reservation, it gets busy here. hokkaidonewpaltz.com”
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Bistrot
“Best of Hudson Valley award winner! Located at 59 Main Street in the heart of downtown, New Paltz, New York. Breakfast and lunch in a comfortable, casual atmosphere. Specializing in eclectic American and Vegetarian cuisine. The Bistro's extensive beer and wine list contains some of the most interesting and unusual bottles from around the globe. The in-house bakery provides wonderful, freshly-baked breads, cookies, brownies, pies and many other delicious treats!”
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Posizione
87 Main Street
New Paltz, New York 12561
Telefono+1 845-255-5551
Stato di ore di attivitàChiuso · Apre alle 11:00 AM
Serve i seguenti tipi di pastoBrunch, pranzo, cena
Prenotazioni
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Menu
Brunch, pranzo, cena
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