OK Pantry is a turducken of Upstate charm. It’s located in a quaint Dutch village inside a renovated 19th-century textile mill that also houses an art gallery and small-batch perfumery. Maybe you popped in because you need a belated birthday gift for your niece, or the line for coffee at Morningbird is out the door. Either way, you can easily find something that sparks joy, even if that something is a tiny handheld desk broom. There are simple baked treats like slices of berry pie and seasonal housemade seltzers that you can sip at the window tables. Plus, you can shop for $300 quilts or get some fancy salts and condiments to go with the farmers market spread you plan to whip up at your vacation house.