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Norwegian chef Henning Nordanger's take on American comfort food

BASED IN UPSTATE NEW YORK IN THE WESTERN CATSKILLS IN SULLIVAN COUNTY

Located in the upstairs space above the historic Heinle’s General Store in Cochecton Center, Henning's Local is a place for everyone, from the smallest get-together to the largest celebration. The experience calls to mind the simple pleasures of food one finds at an inn in southern France or at a local Italian trattoria, while retaining the relaxed and rustic atmosphere of the Catskills. 

To showcase his love for good, honest food, Henning has built long-term relationships with many regional sustainable agricultural practices and businesses, including farms, bakeries, wineries, distilleries, and various culinary artisans.

READ THE RECENT FEATURE ARTICLE “Henning’s Local: Destination Dining on the Upper Delaware” in Chronogram/Upstater

NAMED THE BEST 'Fine Dining Restaurant' & ‘Locally Sourced Menu' by The River Reporter


 

Location / GOOGLE MAP
Cochecton Center, NY 12727

OPEN FOR DINNER
Thursday-Monday
5-10pm

We are currently closed Tuesday & Wednesday, but check back soon for additional summer hours

RESERVATIONS
845-252-3008

COOKING CLASSES
Led by Cheryl Perry of Red Barn Studio

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Saturday Cooking Classes

Henning's Local hosts a variety of special hands-on, intensive cooking classes taught by local chef and educator, Cheryl Perry of Red Barn Studio and co-author with Felipa Lopez of For the Love of Pie. For a complete class description and to sign up, click on the links below, or email: redbarnstudiony@gmail.com

Fruit Pies, Tarts & Galettes for Summer
July 13, 11am-2:30pm

Farmers Market Tour & Cooking Class with Farm Arts Collective
July 20, 10am-2pm

The Main Course | Summer Salads with The Outside Institute
August 17, 11am-2pm

The Ultimate Comfort Food - Chicken Pot Pie
October 26, 11am-2pm

Gift certificates available, too (link here)

For concerts & music festivals you don’t want to miss, visit nearby Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

Bethel Woods, the historic site of the 1969 Woodstock festival, is less than 10 miles from Henning’s Local. Located on 800 beautiful countryside acres, Bethel Woods features a 15,000-capacity amphitheater, performing arts center, and award-winning museum.

Start making your plans for one of New York’s biggest summer festivals when Woodstock (August 16-18, featuring Santana on August 17) celebrates its 50th anniversary, and other shows, including Elvis Costello & Blondie (July 20), and Ringo Star (August 16).

A 14-minute car ride from Bethel will take you to Henning’s Local, the rustic Catskills eatery that fuses Norwegian flavor with American comfort food . . . the restaurant is an excellent pick for a meal before or after a show.Hudson Valley Magazine

. . . the area is a peaceful place to explore, with the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River at hand. The Upper Delaware may surprise you with its dining options . . . there’s something to fill any craving. Standouts include Henning’s Local — “19 Cities that Must Be Seen In 2019” in Expedia

ABOUT HENNING
Henning Nordanger was born and raised in Bergen, Norway. Escoffier-trained, he worked in several large hotel restaurants and mountain resorts throughout Norway, and for the King of Norway on his royal yacht. After coming to the United States almost 25 years ago, he began cooking in New York City, both in restaurants and as a private chef. Since 2006 he has lived in Barryville in Sullivan County and opened Henning’s Local in 2012. In 2020, he will open a second place in Round Top (located in Greene County in the northern Catskills) in collaboration with Round Top Productions, with a focus on food-related events such as cooking classes, pop-up dinners, and collaborations with chefs, bakers, and farmers from the region.
Photo by Noah Kalina for Dveight Magazine

RECENT PRESS

Chronogram/Upstater: “Henning’s Local: Destination Dining on the Upper Delaware”

The New York Times/T Magazine: “What to Do (and Where to Stay) in the Western Catskills”

Escape Brooklyn: "Try These 5 Upstate Farm-to-Table Restaurants"

The Wall Street Journal: "A Stress-Free Summer Weekend in the Catskills"

Architectural Digest: "Sullivan County Is the New York State Getaway You've Been Looking For"

Hudson Valley Magazine: "What to Eat and Where to Stay Near Bethel Center for the Arts"

The Manual: "The Best Restaurants, Hotels, and Things to Do in the Catskills"