Marshall Miles Interviews Thorunn Kristjansdottir, Millerton Food Festival September 18

Millerton Food Festival September 18

Four Brothers

5952 N Elm Ave.
Lunch and dinner
For more info visit

The Dig

3 Main Street
Crepe station – food – market – specialty items – live music
For more visit

Harney & Sons Tea

13 Main Street – tea – food – specialty items
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Golden Wok

Railroad Plaza
Chinese food and sushi
For more info visit

Country Gardeners florist and Harlem Valley Rail trail

Railroad Plaza
Momma Lo’s BBQ – Cosmic Donuts – McEnroe Organic Farm, Willowbrook Farm, Silamar Farm – Live music

The North East Community Center

51 S Center Street
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The Irondale Schoolhouse

57 S Center Street
Cookie decorating
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The Music Cellar

14 Main Street
Live music
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Taro’s Pizza

18 Main Street
Pizza and more
For more info call (518) 789-6630

Oakhurst Diner

19 Main Street
Breakfast, lunch and diner diner food
For more info visit

Rookie Farm Bakery

24 Main Street
Baked goods
For more info visit

Candy O’s candy store

28 Main Street
Candy and ice cream
For more info call (518) 592-1600

Millerton Wine & Spirits

34 Main Street
Wine tasting
For more information visit

Westerlind Pantry

41 Main Street
Food, pantry items, more
For more info visit

Irving Farm

44 Main Street
Coffee, food and more.

The Farmers Market

Dutchess Avenue
Farmers market with expanded offerings and live music


  • The Baker’s Wife – sourdough breads, pretzels
  • Light Force Bakery – breads, scones, biscotti, & cookies all made from spelt flour from locally grown grains
  • Coco’s Crumbs – cakes, pies, cookies, brownies, tarts, and scones including gluten free offerings
  • Moon In The Pond Farm – local produce, mushrooms, honey, hot sauce, and pasture raised meats
  • Breezy Hill Orchard – local seasonal fruit, plus freshly made pies, pasta, cookies, cider donuts, cider, tamales, taco chips, salsa
  • Broadfork Farm – locally grown salad greens, lettuce, arugula
  • Herondale Farm – pasture-raised beef, lamb, and chicken plus farm fresh eggs
  • Jacuterie – multiple varieties of dried sausage and charcuterie
  • PBP Farms – locally tapped and processed maple syrup.


  • Love Feast – serving Indian Vegan food (Kamini, who was previously a market regular, is returning for this one event)
  • A special summer entree prepared by North East Community Center Interns using FMKT ingredients.  Free samples for all visitors (yum!)

The Moviehouse

46 Main Stree
Popcorn, candy and more.

52 Main, 52 Main Street

Tapas restaurant, bar, and more.

The Millerton Inn

53 Main Street
Restaurant with BBQ on the lawn
Lemongrass Grill pop-up tent offering a special Food Festival menu

NorthEast-Millerton Library

75 Main Street
Cookie cook-off from 10-12
For all details visit

Elizabeth’s Jewelry

110 US-44
Cider and donuts
For more info visit

Grand Union Plaza

Presented by North East Ford
Trotta’s Fine Wines & Liquors — wine tasting.

The Talk of the Towne Deli

138 US-44
Breakfast and lunch deli offerings

North East Ford

  • Ronny Brook farm with mouth watering dairy treats
  • Beaver Mountain produce– Local, sustainable, the very best (he is going to have this old big wagon with shelves to make a beautiful farm stand)
  • Millerton Fire Department– boot drop donation in front of the dealership to slow down traffic and see the sights and signs
  • Four Brothers with Greek Specialties including authentic Baklava and their delightful dressings and olive oil they bottle themselves made especially for your table.
  • Mid Hudson Bakery Distributors with Italian breads, Bastones all fresh from the oven
  • Round III restaurant with their artisan muffins and baked goods
  • The Pathfinder Academy international soccer stars meet and greet 10-1
  • Daisy Hill Greenhouse with beautiful eye popping plants

The Millerton Business Alliance was created and incorporated in the mid 1980s to unify and promote the local businesses in Millerton, NY. The alliance meets once a month to discuss upcoming events and ideas, developments, business, promotional ideas, and more. It is funded through dues paid by members of the organization, and membership is open to businesses and nonprofit organizations alike.

The goal of the Business Alliance is to raise awareness about Millerton, NY and all that it was to offer: businesses, outdoor recreational activities, services, events, and more. The Alliance’s members volunteer both their time and talents to promote Millerton and its businesses through such outlets as this website and social media, as well as hosting events such as Fall for Art (a two day event in early autumn that showcases local artists and their pieces). The members’ dues help offset the miscellaneous costs of these events and efforts – and donations are always welcomed.

To help contribute to the Millerton Business Alliance’s efforts and to join this valuable organization, it costs $99 a year. Dues can be sent via snail mail to: The Millerton Business Alliance, P.O. Box 395, Millerton, NY 12546.


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