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Restaurant Spotlight: North Plank Road Tavern, Newburgh

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When customers dine at North Plank Road Tavern, they’re eating amid history: The building dates back to 1801, originally serving as a tavern and boarding house for weary stagecoach travelers; during Prohibition it functioned as a speakeasy. Modern-day patrons can enjoy dishes made from locally-sourced ingredients, like the braised pork shoulder with maple and sherry glazed carrots, and seasonal greens. For dessert, don’t miss out on the always popular beignets with cinnamon sugar. Go back in time with the 1900s decor in the dining room or enjoy a meal alfresco among the flowers on the patio.

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North Plank Road Tavern
30 Plank Rd., Newburgh
845-562-5031; www.northplankroadtavern.com
Lunch and dinner Tues.-Sat.


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