Historic Accord Train Station Now Farm-to-Table Tapas EateryKandy Harris | July 30, 2015
Remember back in April when we posted about the c.1902 Accord train depot (plus caboose, which was a big selling point for us) up for sale? We’ve been watching it for long before that, wondering when someone was going to scoop up this sweet find and make it something cool. Well, guess what? Someone did, and we can’t wait to go check it out. Graze Farm to Table, owned by Christine Atkinson, is the new occupant of this historic station, once a stop on the O&W Railroad. They’ll be cooking up an impressive menu with suspiciously reasonable prices ($8 for a 3-egg omelet made with local eggs is not too bad around these parts). And if their brunch menu doesn’t tickle your food fancy (where else in Ulster County can you upgrade your breakfast sandwich to duck egg?), their tapas menu might. Corn fritters, fried green beans, street corn, and sliders make up their current tapas/apps menu, plus an array of lunch sandwiches and salads. The train depot and caboose are also available for large catered events like weddings. More info on that here. Graze Farm to Table is open six days a week, closed Tues, 10:30-8pm M-F, 9:30-9pm Sat, 9:30-8pm Sun. Kind of late for a weekday egg sandwich before work but perfect for brunch. Visit Grazefarmtotable.com or follow on FB. (845) 626-1531.