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I am a once a year visitor here and the only time I will come is as soon as they open, on the weekend. If not you are screwed. It's such a small place but the hard cider is really good. I typically do a...More
Orchards are around the corner from main farm store. Adults and children had a fun time. Easy to get to, looks small, but plenty of trees to pick and a variety of apples. It was quaint, not overwhelming. Cider and other treats to buy, apple...More
The tasting flight was spilled all over the tasting board. The bar and tables were sticky and dirty.Other places offer more for couples and famiiles. This place was good for about 15 minutes, and then we were done. The port-a-potty was filthy. There are other...More
Not a country-style, old-fashioned place like I expected. There were port-a-potties. and wasps everywhere. The inside seating was limited and kind of "out of place" looking for a country barn. No style. The taps were interesting and the cider was ok, Hot & Humid. No...More
Great laid back spot serving flavored ciders and fresh baked goods. Cider flights are $7 (4 tastings), and a bag of 6 cider doughnuts for $5. Cider was really good and definitely has some kick. They have a variety of flavors including traditional, traditional sweet,...More
We've been stopping at Woodside for almost 5 years now. Every time we stop here we re-fill our growler and they actually remarked this time that we actually still have a first run growler; as that it was the old brown glass and had the...More
By far, the best Apple and berry pies on the North Fork. Better than Briermere and a whole lot cheaper. In the summer, offers outside seating. Their donuts, baked right in front of you on premise are delicious with a class of their standard cider....More