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Caffe Macchiato Newburgh NY


WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR DINNER!

SERVING A RUSTIC ITALIAN MENU WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 6-9PM

look for our current dinner menu on our Facebook page

Newburgh's Best Little Restaurant

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Caffe Macchiato Newburgh NY


WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR DINNER!

SERVING A RUSTIC ITALIAN MENU WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 6-9PM

look for our current dinner menu on our Facebook page

Newburgh's Best Little Restaurant

 

Caffe Macchiato’s legacy dates to 2003 when its founding reflected and helped to initiate a resurgence of commerce and vibrancy, both on Liberty Street and elsewhere in the city of Newburgh.

 The cafe’s current owner, Chef Jodi Cummings, has a relationship with Newburgh that goes back even further. As a matter of fact, she was born here! And after pursuing a career in textile design, she determined that food was to be the more satisfying venue for her creative ambitions. So off she went to the CIA and then to a number of restaurants as well as private chef nominations around the country. Since returning home to Newburgh several years ago and acquiring the café, she has been able to realize the dream of owning a business and controlling her destiny. 

Chef Cummings’ energy and eclectic aesthetic are evident from the instant one sets foot in her cozy dining room to the moment one contemplates dessert. (Okay, just this once.) With twenty-five years of experience in both the front and the back of the house, her guests find both comfort and stimulation in menu items made from scratch daily, albeit with a flair here, a dazzling embellishment or a simple modification, there.

 The menu at Caffe Macchiato changes both with and within each season: it might be inspired by chef’s farmer friend’s gorgeous raspberries in July, or a local non-traditional farmer growing fragrant basil indoors. Fall and winter means comfort foods, including rich stews, warm salads and hearty soups. Spring and summer translate to lighter and brighter options, with deliveries of fresh produce from farms on both sides of the river. It doesn’t stop there. A variety of muffins, croissants, cookies and desserts are made fresh every morning. And word in the neighborhood is that the signature salted chocolate chip cookies and the crème brûlée now each has a cult following.

 

When not in the kitchen or the dining room, Jodi may well be striding through the farms, orchards and vineyards of the Hudson Valley in her Wellies or trying to tire out her three dogs by sundown.

 

Food Is Love


Every plate achieves that elusive, cuisine-defining balance of sweet, salty, and sour — even dessert.

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Food Is Love


Every plate achieves that elusive, cuisine-defining balance of sweet, salty, and sour — even dessert.

Make a Reservation