Thai beef with mint leaves and chiles will warm you up on this snowy day!
Our mint leaves and chili is made with Nectar Hills Farm grass-fed, top round beef* strips stir-fried with red and green hot chiles,* basil,* and mint.* It’s served on a bed of sticky rice,* with a side of green beans* and brussels sprouts in peanut sauce.*
Please be extra careful on your trip to Cherry Valley for a serving of this spicy Thai food. We are under a winter storm warning today.
We also have a fresh batch of grass-fed beef* and goat* bone broth, which was very popular last time.
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.
We’ve added two new items to the Good to Go takeout food menu this weekend: Popeye’s Delight and Hearth Bone Broth. Also, Cherry Valley’s favorite comfort food–baked mac and cheese–is back, this time with Palatine NY cheddar!
Baked Mac and Cheese: 8
Organic veggie radiatori pasta, local veggies, and homemade Palatine New York cheddar cheese sauce
Add grass-fed beef meatball crumbles: 10.5
Popeye’s Delight: 6
Cream of Heron Hill Farm greens* soup chock full of red potatoes* topped with green onions and uncured turkey bacon
Hearth Bone Broth:* 6.5 Chicken,* Hidden Camp Farm turkey,* and Nectar Hills Farm grass-fed beef* bone broth blend with mushrooms and/or local greens*
Good to Go is open noon to 7pm. We’re closed Wednesday and Thursday. We make all our food to order, so we recommend calling your order in.
Real food, really easy: an affordable, healthy, organic, and local food takeout restaurant created by Robin Supak in Cherry Valley, NY (between Cooperstown and Sharon Springs). Open from noon to 7pm, with some exceptions. Closed Wednesday and Thursday. Check this site for updates.