7 Of The Best Food Places In Orange And Dutchess County

7 Of The Best Food Places In Orange And Dutchess County

You’re going to want to work out before you eat these.
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As the summer approaches us, everyone is looking for something to do. Whether you are trying to go out to eat with friends or get coffee, it seems we always go to the same places. As a “townie” I would say that I know some of the best places in Orange/Dutchess County to get some food. These places are small business owners that keep our town functioning. So please if you have a chance check these businesses out!

1. Pizza Town- Marlboro, New York

This probably is one of the best pizza places I have been to in the surrounding area. As a townie, I was only introduced to this pizza shop about three years ago; however, I wish I was introduced to it long before. It is quite a drive from my side of the town, but it is definitely worth it when I’m eating a personal cheese pie.

2. Mary Jane’s Dairy Bar- Marlboro, New York

Okay, as for hard ice cream, Mary Jane’s takes the cake home on this one! All of their hard ice cream is churned and made by hand. The owner and her staff are friendly and consistently provide over the top customer service. I will never go anywhere else for hard ice cream again! From Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough to Salted Caramel Pretzel (my favorite, and it includes real pretzels) you can find pretty much any flavor at the small, delicious ice cream bar.

3. 2 Alice’s- Newburgh, New York


This small, cozy coffee joint has the best coffee around town. With their second store opening in Newburgh around two to three years ago, I have never been happier. Originally starting in Cornwall, New York, this coffee joint has espresso’s, lattes, iced coffees and food! Their food is also amazing. If you ever get a chance to stop by I recommend the semi-healthy bagel and the “Newburgh” latte. They’re located in Newburgh on Broadway, towards the Ritz Theater.

4. Noto’s Italian Deli- Newburgh, New York

Note’s Italian deli is located on Rt. 52 (a main road in the heart of the Town of Newburgh) has the closest thing to the best sandwiches in town. For not too bad prices, they pack the deli meat on your sandwich. Their breakfast sandwiches are also packed, and delicious. They have everything from hard rolls to subs.

5. Dddy’s Donuts- Middletown, New York

The name says it all! Daddy’s Donuts are donuts of all kinds. Anything you can think of is going to be here. It is in the heart of Middletown and they have the best donuts. From Bacon donuts to cannoli donuts, they literally have everything.

6. Sugar Rush- Wallkill, New York


Just like Daddy’s Donuts, this cup-cakery has some of the best cupcakes I have ever tasted in my life. I could eat these cupcakes every-single-day. They’re peanut butter cupcakes are the best!

7. Moxie Cup- New Paltz, New York


the Moxie Cup is a small business that sells specialty cupcakes, as well as coffee. They also offer this super cool discount card that has different aspects on it. For example, if you’re wearing pink you get a stamp or if you’re a teacher!

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20 Signs You Were A High School Cheerleader

You got really tired of hearing, "Point your toes."
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Cheerleading is something you'll never forget. It takes hard work, dedication, and comes with its ups and downs. Here are some statements that every cheerleader, past and present, know to be true.

1. You always had bobby pins with you.

2. Fear shot through you if you couldn't find your spankees right away and thought you left them at home.

3. You accumulated about 90 new pairs of tennis shoes...

4. ...and about 90 new bows, bags, socks, and warm ups.

5. When you hear certain songs from old cheer dance mixes it either ruins your day or brings back happy memories.

6. And chances are, you still remember every move to those dances.

7. Sometimes you catch yourself standing with your hands on your hips.

8. You know the phrase, "One more time, ladies" all too well.

9. The hospitality rooms were always one of the biggest perks of going to tournaments (at least for me).

10. You got really tired of hearing, "Point your toes."

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11. If you left the gym at half-time to go get something, you better be back by the time the boys run back out.

12. You knew how awkward it could be on the bus rides home after the boys lost.

13. But you also knew how fun it could be if they won.

14. Figuring out line-up was extremely important – especially if one of your members was gone.

15. New uniforms were so exciting; minus the fact that they cost a fortune.

16. You know there was nothing worse than when you called out an offense cheer but halfway through, you had to switch to the defense version because someone turned over the ball.

17. You still know the school fight song by heart and every move that goes with it.

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18. UCA Cheer Camp cheers and chants still haunt you to this day.

19. You know the difference between a clasp and a clap. Yes, they're different.

20. There's always a part of you that will miss cheering and it will always have a place in your heart.

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Tiger Woods Looks To Eclipse Remarkable Comeback With A Win This Weekend

In the final event of the FedEx Cup, the Tour Championship, Woods could complete one of the greatest comebacks in sports history with a win

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Even though I may be over 4000 miles away and five hours ahead of schedule, the fanatic fan that I am for Tiger Woods has not died down one bit. Entering the Tour Championship, the final event of the FedEx Cup and essentially the Superbowl of professional golf, Woods has a chance of eclipsing one of the greatest comebacks ever with a win this Sunday.

Woods, who hasn't played in this event since 2013 is still in search of a coveted first win in his comeback tour from injury. With a win here, on arguably one of the toughest golf courses in the world and against the top 30 players on the PGA tour, the legacy of Tiger Woods will forever be cemented in golf lure.

So yes, as I am in London studying for the fall term as an abroad student, my heart and soul are still intertwined with one of America's greatest sports icons. To demonstrate my commitment as a fan, I will share a little tale with how I have been able to keep up with Woods' play. On Thursday, the first day of competition, I strategically planned my day around when Tiger would tee off. Making sure to have computer access, I was able to watch his first three holes of the round. To say the least, I was mildly unimpressed. Starting off with a bogey and finding himself in the bottom half of the field, I figured I was only hurting Woods' performance by watching. I backed off, shut the computer down and went out for a meal.

I made a conservative effort to not stay glued to my phone for updates, feeling that if I let Tiger do what Tiger does best, then, sure enough, he would come around. I was right. Woods was able to turn around his bad start and with three holes left in his round he was tied for 2nd place and only two shots back. I had to see him finish out, I knew the good mojo was there.

I quickly made my way back to my dorm and was able to log onto a live feed just in time for Woods to tee off on the final hole of the day, a par 5. Sure enough, Tiger landed a beautiful shot on the green in 2, with a chance for eagle and a tie for the lead. It was all but too good to be true until it wasn't. With 30 feet to the hole, Tiger lined up his putt and gracefully took a tap at it as the world, and myself from the United Kingdom, watched him knock it into the hole and take a share of the lead entering the second day of competition.

The crowd erupted nearly as loud as I had from my dorm room. The energy was palpable and with a signature fist pump from our man, he took a gigantic step in the right direction towards capping off this unfathomable comeback.

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