I have been going to this place since the original owners attracted locals and tourists. They came from Germany after the war and introduced some of the best schnitzel, etc. to what was a small college town and farmers. It is at the bottom of the "gunks" which is still popular for mountain climbing and hiking; those driving to the Catskills passed by too before the Thruway was built. They expanded the one room into the place it is today, complete with a bar.
It remains a family restaurant with a home cooked flavor, right down to the hamburgers. Faces and names have changed over the years, but the tradition goes on. There are times I can imagine Emil and Kitty still being there.
I doubt anyone is ever sorry they stopped. Good place to restore your perspective.
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