Famous Ulster County cafe reopens, customers elated


Isn’t it great to find the perfect place to grab a bite to eat, have a cup of coffee with one of the best baked goods you’ve ever tasted, and get together with friends and future friends in your community? And isn’t it depressing to hear that your favorite gathering place is closing? That’s exactly how fans and customers of Frida’s Cafe and Bakery in Milton felt when they learned earlier this year that Frida’s would be closing, at least temporarily. Well, I have good news for you.

Reopening of Frida’s cafe and bakery

Frida’s Cafe and Bakery has reopened, and they are open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. They have great new staff and new menu items to try. The folks at Frida’s Cafe and Bakery haven’t spent the last few months lounging, mind you. They “refreshed, renewed, tested and tasted”. This means we have a lot to look forward to when we visit the newly reopened Frida’s.

Frida’s Cafe and Bakery has been a popular establishment in Milton and beyond for years, and there’s a reason for that. by Frida uses fine ingredients and traditional methods to produce exceptional soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts, as well as baked goods. And everything is done on site. That’s why it’s so nice to see them again.

If you are unfamiliar with Frida’s Cafe and Bakery, you can visit them from 7am to 3pm at 26 Main Street in Milton, a cool little hamlet in Ulster county between Marlboro and Highland, or visit their website. And if you’re familiar, you know exactly where to find them and I bet you’re smiling right now.

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