Welcome to the BISTRO!

Main Street Bistro

We're located at 59 Main Street in the heart of downtown, New Paltz, New York. We serve breakfast and lunch in a comfortable, casual atmosphere. We specialize in eclectic American and Vegetarian cuisine, but our varied menu features a wide range of dishes for every taste. The Bistro's extensive beer and wine list contains some of the most interesting and unusual bottles from around the globe. Our in-house bakery provides us with wonderful, freshly-baked breads, cookies, brownies, pies and many other delicious treats!

A New Paltz Icon Since 1993 IS NOW OPEN

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AT 50% DINE IN CAPACITY

MONDAY- FRIDAY 8 A.M.- 3 P.M.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY 7:30 a.m.- 3 p.m.

CURBSIDE PICK UP OR DELIVERY AVAILABLE!

CATERING AVAILABLE!

Look what the press has to say about the Bistro

Hudson Valley Magazine

"Best Ulster County Restaurant in the Hudson Valley 2020"

Trivago Magazine, August 2019

"Following the exhilarating hike, a hearty lunch will definitely be needed. We suggest grabbing a sandwich (get the Santa Cruz) from the Main Street Bistro, a local’s favorite"

Insidehook.com, November 2019

"Being in the Bistro on a Saturday or Sunday for brunch is something you do in your lifetime" Alex Sherwood

Inside Triathlon, 2013

"The place for breakfast and lunch"

Bill Guilfoyle, Times Herald-Record

"If fresh, healthy, well-prepared food rings your chimes, try Main Street Bistro. Friendly and funky, it epitomizes a college-town state of mind. Service that is warm, food that is very good and prices that are value-driven add to an enjoyable meal."

VirtualTourist.com

"This place came highly recommended. As expected, we had to wait to get a seat. And worth the wait it was! The food was very good. The decor was fitting and I basically just enjoyed myself while there. "

Stefan C. Friedman, The New York Post

"The Main Street Bistro serves the best breakfast in town, featuring Franklin Lakes Cranberry Cakes. These flapjacks combine cranberries and almonds for a delectable Sunday morning treat."

Roger Plantadosi, The Washington Post

"Not to be missed!"