Mark and I decided to take an impromptu hike in the Hudson Highlands this past weekend. We headed to Breakneck Ridge after breakfast and worked up a mighty appetite climbing ‘nature’s StairMaster,’ gaining nearly 1,500 ft. in under a mile.
By the time we got back to the car, I was famished (Mark, not so much). I’d read about the sandwiches, salads, and cheeses available for purchase in Boscobel Gardens in Garrison, but was sorely disappointed by what was on offer.
Garrison Café or GCaff was recently taken over by Lydia and her family and has received a terrific makeover, looking more quaint and welcoming than ever.
The food was high quality, well-priced, and did not disappoint. We devoured the seared tuna salad, which was perfectly dressed:
Next up: salmon burger and sweet potato fries. Delicious.
We topped off our late lunch with dessert: carrot cake and a raspberry macaroon (note that both are not pictured here because they were given our full attention).
So the next time you’re up in the Hudson Highlands, be sure to stop by GCaff and fuel up before and after your hike.