After a late (for us) evening, we agreed to meet at Cedar Run Cafe & Bakery for breakfast on Sunday morning. Located at the junction of NY Route 73 and Route 9N in
Cedar Run serves both breakfast and lunch. The breakfast menu starts with steaming mugs of excellent
Cedar Run has two lunch menus. The sandwich menu features a variety of sandwiches and wraps served on home-made white, wheat, or rye break with chips. They include chicken salad, egg salad, classic meat sandwiches, blt, PB&J, and so-on. The distinguishing characteristic is the quality of the breads and the fillings. Wraps and paninis are more elaborate and interesting. For instance, The Pinnacle (all are named after
A more elaborate luncheon menu offers starters, salads, soups, and entrees to provide a full meal. Starters include Veggie Bites ($3.95) or Crab cakes on Greens ($5.95) each of which sound wonderful. Salads range from a couple of small salads to a meal size Big Salad with a range of ingredients and meats, ($8.95). Main courses include a daily quiche, a quesadilla, crab cakes, and more all at under $10.00 There is also a daily homemade soup.
In addition, Kristy Deyo is an accomplished pastry chef. She offers a large variety of cakes, pies, cheese cakes, and frozen favorites to order as well as classic desserts like Pear Maple Crumble and Orange Chocolate Almond Tart. In addition to whatever is available on a daily basis, all the deserts can be pre-ordered for pickup.
Kristy Deyo has managed to put together a delightful place to stop for breakfast or a light or full luncheon. Don’t miss this fine new restaurant on your way to By Mail: Cedar Run Cafe & Bakery
Attention: Kristy Deyo
2837 NYS Route 73
By Phone: call Kristy Deyo at (518)576-9929.
By Mail: Cedar Run Cafe & Bakery