On the way back from Albany we decided to stop somewhere new, we chose Saugerties. We wanted brunch so we decided to walk the main street, we looked first at Miss Lucys from the street. From the outside we weren't enticed so we decided to keep walking. Thankfully we decided to go back bc of it's ranking on trip advisor. When we walked inside through the drape we were pleasantly surprised by the rustic farm feel charm, just the right amount of rustic and eclectic charm. The meal was delicious from start to finish, our server greeted us right away and made very yummy bloodymarys. We then shared an endive salad that was tossed with a bluecheese dressing and topped with fried onions, yumm. Really great flavor profile and it cost $8, it was enough for us to share. Then we ordered pastrami benedict and the pastrami Reuben. At $11 each they were both a nice portion, the Reuben was one of the best I ever ate, the only complaint I have were the fries that were served with it. They are a shoestring however slightly cold, you could tell that they were put on the plate before the sandwich and sat a little. I am a little anal with fries I feel they should always be piping hot when they go out, it's when they taste the best. My husband orderedthe benefict, very good although he would have liked the original Benedict, he missed the saltiness from the Canadian bacon. He had the same isaue with his homefries, they were good just cld have been hotter. We then finished with desert, it was a hard a choice. They had one of the most interesting menus I have ever seen. On the recommendation of our server we ordered a butterscotch pot de Verne. It was perfect after our heavy brunch, butterscotch pudding/cream, with fresh whipped cream and topped with candied coconut flakes. All served in a little lidded dish, it was delicious. All in all great experience, would def. Go back
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