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I'm a resident of Rhinebeck. This is our go-to spot. Sam always has amazing treats and a great specials menu. He is one of the most generous hearts you will meet along with his wife who comprise most of the staff... Only a few tables...More
The atmosphere is cozy and comfortable, fantastic owners and the staff is always smiling. The burger was cooked perfect and was nice and juicy. The fries are the best in the area and were real, hand cut and delicious. I am happy to have found...More
Fabulous food, wonderful owners, and air conditioned room to eat in on this hot summer day! The owners once owned a bakery in NYC and so the desserts were so enticing. Although we were full, we took one of their amazing espresso brownies to go....More
My daughter and I stopped by this roadside cafe after visiting FDR's home near Rhinebeck, NY. The story behind it is lovely and you must take time to read it's little history on the menu. It is a tiny little place with good food that...More
This place is my FAVORITE in the area. It really IS a hidden gem. I absolutely love everything I've ordered on that menu, which is cooked to perfection -- from fried eggs to sandwiches to burgers to hand-cut french fries. It's an endless list.
The phrase “hidden gem” gets thrown around a lot, but The Matchbox Cafe is just that. We stopped here for a quick dinner on my husband’s recommendation. In his words, “they serve one of the best burgers I’ve ever had.” When we pulled up, I...More
Took a rid to Matchbox café, a place we have passed repeatedly in the past, but having read a review in the local paper, decided to make it a destination. It was worth the trip. Tiny is the proper description, and best to go when...More