PINE PLAINS — After closing up shop in mid-March following Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order based on the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pine Plains Platter, located at 2987 Church St., relished its long-awaited reopening at the start of August.
During the time in which the popular restaurant was closed to the public, the Platter reorganized, redecorated and de-cluttered. Though its hours of operation and menu items are now reduced, it encountered no difficulties drawing customers back to enjoy its fresh food, which can now be eaten either in its outdoor dining area or through contactless takeout.
Open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fridays through Mondays, the Pine Plains Platter is currently allowing only a limited number of patrons at once and requiring everyone to wear masks.
For more information, go to the Pine Plains Platter website at www.pineplainsplatter.com.
— Kaitlin Lyle