• Village Coffee and Goods

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Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Drinks and light food menu, including plant milk for drinks, a quinoa bowl, and a vegetarian shitake bowl that can made vegan without the honey. Open Mon-Tue 8:00am-5:00pm, Wed-Fri 8:00am-8:00pm, Sat-Sun 8:00am-5:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by foodfirst


Points +57

11 Jan 2022

Delicious and vegan-friendly!

I had the best experience here! There were plenty of vegan options on the drinks menu, and lots of vegan snacks in the bakery case. I tried a chai latte and a gingerbread latte, as well as a scone, a cookie, and a pop tart! If I lived locally, I would be here every day.

Pros: Lots of vegan options , Friendly + knowledgable staff



Points +54

21 Jun 2021

A great experience

I had the quinoa bowl here and thoroughly enjoyed it. The waitstaff was also very friendly, and unlike many chain stores in the COVID era, they allowed me to use my refillable travel mug. If I didn't live an hour away from it, it would be one of my go-to lunch spots.

Pros: Good food, Friendly staff

Cons: No indoor seating


Points +18

26 Oct 2020

Favorite Coffee shop in Hudson Valley

The coffee is Partners and is always fantastic. The space is well curated and the owners are super friendly

Pros: Lots if paleo, vegan options

Cons: Wish there were more GF vegan meal options


Points +776

06 Oct 2020

Tasty fresh-made bowls and groceries with a local food approach

This place just keeps getting better! The bowls are made with quality ingredients and there is artistry in the cooking. They are made simply with ingredients that include shitake mushrooms, quinoa, micro greens, and marinated or pickled vegetables. On the cream sauce to lightly sauteed scale, the dishes tend to be pleasantly light. Not many meat items on the restaurant menu, but many items contain dairy products or eggs. Some bowls that are not vegan can be easily made vegan on request. An example would be the Green Brekkie Bowl, which normally comes with eggs. Also, the local per-piece fruit (usually for sale) is reasonably priced and one piece was cut up for me on request on a recent visit to be eaten as part of a "for here" order. Store is into the locavore movement and features grocery offerings from some local bakers, roasters, and farms. Tempting baked items made on premises. Vegan milks are on hand for espresso and tea drinks or for use with drip-brew coffee. One can order at the counter or at Village's website. The lines can be long at times, so it may pay to both order and pay in advance if you can. For some time, the cafe has been open late some evenings to offer dinner. The weekly dinner menus often have a great vegan option. Dinner nights are currently Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. As of the early Fall, new outdoor seating had been made available. On a recent visit, a staff member helpfully brought my food to this elegant rock-garden-like seating area. The cafe was opened by seasoned New York City restaurateurs. I find it to be a great veg-options place for a vegan.

Updated from previous review on 2020-04-04

Pros: relatively quiet environment in interesting spot, bowl dishes with healthful ingredients, culinary artistry

Cons: saltiness at times, lines if one has to order or pay at the cafe

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