Callicoon’s vibrant restaurant and bar scene only add to the town’s appeal as a shopping destination.
Start at the Callicoon Marketplace (43 Lower Main St.) and find within small shops with goods for the home, original wood kitchen and décor selections, repurposed items, knitting essentials and cookery. The Callicoon Pantry boasts sustainable grocery made easy.
Well-curated antiques and second-life abound as you make your way south on Main Street to Lee Hartwell Antiques (21 Lower Main St.), rich with mid-century items and strong on art pottery and jewelry.
On your way to the Wine Merchant (30 A. Dorrer Dr.) for not-your-mother’s wine selection, you’ll pass Spruce Home Goods (35 Lower Main St.), a source for lovely home and kitchen wares, charcuterie and cupboard staples.
Head across the tracks to Catskill Provisions (16 Upper Main St.) for the gift of local (Long Eddy) spirits and self-gift with a pleasant shopping break.
East of Callicoon, you’ll find Hortonville’s new Gardner & Co. General Store (131 County Rd. 121) and a rich selection of locally produced pottery, paintings, housewares, home and kitchen textiles, winter wear and traditional antiques. Enjoy Ri’s ice cream (Jeffersonville) while you shop and grab tomorrow morning’s coffee and tea.
If antiques and collectibles top a wish list, Jeffersonville’s Vintage House (4910 Main St./State Rte. 52) should top your list of destinations, with its eclectic and swiftly rotating consignment. Head east on Main Street to the recently opened Catskill Outdoorsman (4882 Main St.) for all things outdoors, including archery, kayak, hiking and camping equipment. On the way you’ll pass Brigantine Goods (4917 Main St.) with a collection of contemporary art and leatherwork. And Dalisay Daughters (4919 Main St.) for dresses, knitwear and accessories sewn on-premises.
Heading further east, don’t miss Domesticities and the Cutting Garden (4055 State Rte. 52) in Youngsville for locally made furniture, pottery, soft goods and art. If contemporary sculpture satisfies, visit the work of Youngsville artist Zac Shavrick (zacmax.com).
Narrowsburg, long a destination for great dining, abounds in local shopping pitched high above the Delaware River. Catskill Curated (7 Erie Ave.) is devoted entirely to Catskills-produced products, including an eclectic selection of skincare, food and pantry, and wood and ceramic housewares.
Main Street offers one-stop shopping with every gift category imaginable. After a caffeine dose at the Tusten Cup (8 Main St.), head south on Main Street for River Gallery (8), Tinker and Nidge antiques (15), Nest home goods (15), Tess clothing (25), Narrowsburg Proper (44), Sunny’s Pop home goods (76), One Grand Books (60), and Dyberry Weaver (101). Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (37 Main St.) is a must-see nonprofit stop for a rich and fast-changing selection of locally-created art, ceramics, jewelry and textiles.
Drive 25 minutes, and you’re in Hawley PA, for Hawley Antique Exchange (209 Bellemonte Ave.) and its art, antiques and collectibles. More antiques are found at Time Machine (229 Main) and Miss Elly’s (518 Church St.). Art lovers should stop by Art on the Edge (8 Silk Mill Dr.) and other shops at The Silk Mill.
If fine art is on your list of holiday gifts, Pennsylvania’s Milford is your new best friend. Old Lumberyard Antiques (113 7th St.) houses a nice selection of antique oils and other paintings. Next visit Artery Gallery (210 Broad St.) for paintings, photography, sculpture, ceramics and jewelry. And while in Milford, visit Willow (317 Broad St.) and Changes by Robin (101 W. Hartford St.) for quality clothing.
If you’re holiday shopping for an outdoor sportsperson, you’re going to want to visit Stewart Avenue in Roscoe for Baxter House Outfitters (47 Stewart Ave.), Beaverkill Angler (64) and Trout Town Flies (66). Alpaca wool products are available aplenty at the very popular Buck Brook Alpacas (99 Bestenheider Rd.).
Any Roscoe visit includes Livingston Manor’s Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (1031 Old Route 17) for a review of the art—historic and contemporary—of fly fishing. The Manor is also home to DROOZ + Company, a modern-day general store (16 Pearl St.), Life Repurposed (62 Main St.), and is home to B. Cronk (bcronkceramics.com) and Jenny Gill (jennygillceramics.com) ceramics studios.
Don’t forget food products in your holiday giving. Many locally grown and prepared products are available at farmers’ markets (callicoonfarmersmarket.org and narrowsburgfarmersmarket.org), in local groceries, and directly from local farms and producers (sullivancatskills.com -> catskill-icious -> agri-tourism).
Another local resource that might be off your radar is the local hardware or farm supply store, many of which source products locally.
Everyone loves a nice night out. Gift certificates to the hundreds of local restaurants, from diners to farm-to-table places, will please even the toughest gift recipient. Visit sullivancatskills.com -> catskill-icious -> restaurants for a list of what’s out there.
Blue Lily Beadworks
Small and exclusive selection of one-of-kind necklaces, malas, pouches, poetry beads, and other adornments.
9279 Route 97, Callicoon, NY 12723
Borscht Belt Souvenirs
Catskills pennants in vintage-inspired designs. “Greetings from the Borscht Belt” rolled-rim enamel mugs.
Bodywork and Massage in local office or home visits. Holiday Gift Certificates are available at 10% off.
Colorful modern quilts in all sizes, made from 100% quilting cotton; they are washable.
Cochecton, NY 12726
One-of-a-kind pieces, solely from fallen trees on our property, specializing in cutting and charcuterie boards.
Roscoe, NY 12776
County Road Bakery
County Road Bakery is a gluten-free, celiac-safe home kitchen creating mouth-watering sweets and savories for everyone.
922 County Road 94, Fremont Center, NY 12736
Original, hand-built pottery inspired by the natural beauty surrounding this mountaintop studio.
855 County Road 93, Roscoe, NY 12776
Instagram: Duke Pottery
Honey Hill Pottery
Specialties such as your new favorite mugs, beautiful ornaments, and holiday gifts.
119 Diehl Road, Callicoon, NY 12723
Facebook: Honey Hill Pottery
Inspired Heartsongs Oddities
A metaphysical craft shop making handmade crafts.
Inspired Heartsongs Oddities
Hand-dyed high-quality bed and kitchen linens.
Ledoux Woodcraft makes furniture and hand-carved spoons from homegrown trees and other locally sourced wood.
Hand made jewelry, fashions and fine art
Holistic wellness: Sound healing sessions, Shamanic Reiki sessions, empowerment coaching, and more.
Neversink General Store
Catering, Deli, Convenience store, Gas station
4 Schumway Road, Neversink, NY 12765
Handcrafted handbags, aprons, dresses, wall art, and soft dolls using locally sourced vintage fabrics, beads, etc.
570/224-7511-Landline, no texting
PAO! Shop & Studio
Handmade jewelry, knitwear, and accessories made in-house, as well as other local makers’ work.
25 Lower Main Street, Callicoon, NY 12723
Philip Jacobi Art
Artist in lighting, wood constructions (small), collage, photo.
103 Cushetunk Drive
Instagram: Philip Jacobi Art
Sometimes a Great Notion
Antique shop featuring “Sylvia’s Rainbow Knitting”--- Mittens, hats, sweaters.
19 River Road, Callicoon, NY 12723
845/428-5735 (cell) 845/887-3265 (home)
Photography and Artistry
Original photography of landscapes, wildlife, portraits, and macrame artist.
Trout Brook Studios
Custom metal and wood fabrication
167 East Front St, Hancock, NY 13783
V’s Enchanted Potions
Homemade special essential oil blends in spray bottles
401 New Turnpike Road, Cochecton, NY 12727
Wild Dyes Tie Dye
Small batch Tie Dye, handmade with fiber-reactive dyes. One of a kind pieces. Custom ordering.
8193 NY 52, Narrowsburg, NY 12764
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