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We’re Closed Tomorrow So Come and Get It

We’re closed tomorrow when we’d usually be open; we learned from the last blizzard that we’re all going to hibernate through this.

We’re going to help everyone stay safe during snowstorm Stella by not tempting you with anything delicious tomorrow. We’ll be open again on Friday, at noon. So… you’ll need to come in today to get your piece of Gluten-free Banana* Walnut* Cake made with oats* from a gluten-free facility. And yes, of course, it comes with Banana* Whipped Cream.

If you are out and about tomorrow and need something, just call ahead (607-264-5025) and we might be able to help out.

French Dipped Lamb Sandwich: A French-dipped, grass-fed, roasted, Nectar Hills Farm leg of lamb sandwich with fresh house mustard on a Heidelberg baguette, with Nectar Hills Farm Napa cabbage coleslaw.
Grass-fed Lamb Sandwich: A French-dipped, grass-fed, roasted leg of lamb* sandwich with fresh house mustard* on a Heidelberg baguette.

If you feel the need to eat something else delicious before this dessert, we still have Philippe’s-style, French-dipped, grass-fed, roasted leg of lamb sandwiches with organic house mustard on a Heidelberg baguette. See our takeout menu.

Good to Go is open noon to 7 pm, closed Wednesdays and Thursdays. If you have a large order, just call a few days ahead and we can make just about anything you want!

Good to Go Farm-to-Counter is a multi-member LLC and we’re still selling equity shares through our crowd-funding. You can own 0.1% of the LLC for $100 and help us survive the winter. Good to Go wouldn’t exist without our local investors, especially those who bought shares when our little takeout restaurant was just a dream. Find our more about owning a part of our company on our get involved page.

Open All Week This Week

We will be open all week this week to help all you hungry people who discover The Coyote is closed until March.

We’ll be open our usually closed days–Wednesday and Thursday–from noon to 7 pm.  We will go back to our usual schedule starting Wednesday, March 1.

We hope this clears up any confusion you might feel when you see we’re open tomorrow and Thursday.

Travolta, confused to find Good to Go open...
Travolta, confused to find Good to Go open…

 

Eggs Benedict for a Short Sunday

Good to Go is doing Eggs Benedict only today, Sunday, September 25.

We will be open shorter hours than usual today–from noon to 3pm, September 25. We’re offering, for the first time, one menu item only: Robin’s famous Eggs Benedict, on organic English muffins, with organic Amish eggs, organic veggies, Black Forest turkey ham, and, of course, Hollandaise sauce. All drinks, including smoothies and milkshakes, are still available, but the only food item on the menu will be the Eggs Benedict.

We will return to our regular noon to 6pm hours on Monday, September 26th, with our currently posted takeout menu.

We will be taking an extra day off this week by closing on Tuesday, September 27th, in addition to Wednesday, September 28th. We will go back to our regular takeout menu on Thursday, September 29th.

Open 2pm to 8pm Labor Day with Grass-fed Patty Melts

Good to Go will be open later than usual for Labor Day (in order for us to attend a memorial). We’ll be open from 2pm to 8pm.

New on the menu for Labor Day, we have a Grass-fed Patty Melt: an organic, grass-fed, ground beef patty from Nectar Hills Farm; caramelized, organic onions; locally made Palatine Swiss Cheese; fresh, organic home-made mustard; on Heidelberg Jewish Rye bread; with a side of cole slaw.

 

 

Back to Regular Hours: Open Noon to 6pm

Folk Fralicks for Food at Cherry Valley NY Folk Fest
Folk Fralicks for Food

Terrific fun at the Folk Fest last night! Thanks to everyone who came in during our ‘late night’ hours. We’re looking forward to the final night of Folk Fest next Thursday (August 25, featuring Cosby Gibson)  when we’ll be open 2pm to 9pm.

In the meantime, we’re back to our regularly scheduled hours of noon to 6pm. We will be closed Wednesdays.

Watch for changes in the menu this weekend, including the return of the popular NY Cheese steak sandwich featuring certified biodynamic peppers from Nectar Hills Farm along with their organic, grass-fed, roast beef.

Open 2pm to 9pm Today for Cherry Valley Folk Fest

We’ll be open today from 2pm to 9pm for the Cherry Valley Folk Fest for Food.

We won’t be serving breakfast today, but the organic, fair-trade espresso milkshakes are back!

Local Eggplant Parmesan: breaded with Heidelberg bread crumbs, topped w/ Galbani mozzarella, Parm, and house marinara
Local Eggplant Parmesan

We’ve added two items to the menu:

  • Baked Mac and Cheese: with organic veggie radiatori pasta, local veggies, and homemade New York cheese sauce, topped with Nectar Hills Farm organic, grass-fed, wagyu beef chorizo $9. No chorizo: $8.
  • Organic, local greens w/ mushroom medley, $4.
  • Local Eggplant Parmesan: breaded with Heidelberg bread crumbs, topped w/ Galbani mozzarella, Parm, and house marinara, $7.

Tomorrow, Friday, August 19, we return to our regular hours of noon to 6pm. For now, we plan to be closed Wednesday, August 24. We will be open for the final Cherry Valley Folk Fest concert, Thursday, August 25, from 2pm to 9pm.

 

 

Organic and Local Takeout Food Coming Next Week

The Tree inside Good to Go organic and local takeout food in Cherry Valley NY
Good to Go is almost Good to Go in Cherry Valley, NY, between Cooperstown and Sharon Springs.

If all goes well, our organic and local takeout food restaurant will be open next week, in historic Cherry Valley New York, between Cooperstown and Sharon Springs.

We’re putting the finishing touches on everything now (although we will probably never actually be finished) and plan to open next week–gradually–starting Monday, August 8th.

We’ll have meatball subs made with organic, local, grass-fed, wagyu beef from Nectar Hills Farm, organic grass-fed beef bone broth (from the same young bull of wagyu beef), roast organic free-range chicken, organic & local garlic greens, organic pasta and grains,  organic & fair trade coffee and tea, organic lavender lemonade, and other assorted organic and local treats.

We’ll post our full takeout food menu as soon as we finalize it.

Organic and Local Takeout Food Doesn’t Happen By Magic

Thanks to our graphic designer Harriet Spear for the wonderful window sign, stickers, business cards, and all our other graphics. Thanks to photographer Mark Reinertson for his photograph of Nectar Hills Farm which now graces our front window and the top of this site. Thanks also to Derrick Marshfield for being a great all around handyman and construction advisor.

And finally, we thank all our crowd-funders who bought shares! We couldn’t have done it without you. Every share we sold took us one small step in the right direction.

Equity shares in the LLC are still available. Find out more on the get involved page. Shares are $100, represent 0.1% of the company, and will be repurchased over five years while you continue to get your share of the net profits every year until we’ve purchased them all back.

The Good to Go window sign as seen from inside Good to Go Organic and Local Takeout Food in Cherry Valley, New York., between Cooperstown and Sharon Springs
The Good to Go window sign as seen from inside Good to Go in Cherry Valley, New York.

Organic Grass-fed Beef Meatball Subs at the Cherry Valley Kite Festival

Robin will be selling meatball sub sandwiches made with organic, grass-fed beef from Nectar Hills Farm at the Cherry Valley Artworks Bi-annual Kite Festival this Saturday, September 27, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, on Campbell Road, in Cherry Valley.

Robin will also have biscotti and coffee (earlier), as well as coleslaw, iced tea, and other drinks. The subs will be served as soon as the freshly-baked Heidelberg bread arrives (around 10:30 am).

The 2014 Cherry Valley Kite Festival