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Village Coffee and Goods


17 Railroad Ave, Kingston
Earn 3X Points

This cozy cafe in Kingston will make you consider moving upstate just so this can be your local spot. They serve high-quality coffee in aesthetically-pleasing locally-made ceramics. When you find that you’ve fallen deeply in love with your mug, don’t worry — you can probably buy one to take home.

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The food here is worth going out of your way for. A seasonal salad is never a bad choice; they’re usually bulked up with interestingly-seasoned nuts or seeds and some local cheeses. There are also breakfast sandwiches, a variety of toasts, and a pastry case filled with good looking things you’ll have a hard time choosing between.

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