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Best things to do in Suffern

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Movie Theatre
“The Lafayette Theater is a nationally acclaimed movie palace located in downtown Suffern, New York, built in 1923.. Its primary function is first-run movies, but it also houses special events like its popular weekly Big Screen Classics film shows. It is also notable for housing a Wurlitzer theater organ, which is played before Big Screen Classics shows.”
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“Pick up a salad or sandwich for your day out at this wonderful combination deli and market. Try the "Pick 3" salad combo with one protein and two salad choices. We like Healthy Tuna, Spicy Power salad and Israeli salad. Sandwiches and snacks too. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“ Groceries are about a 4 mile trip away at this supermarket chain owned by Safeway. They have some prepared foods ready to heat up and pretty good cookies too!”
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“If you are in the mood for meets it is the place to go. Great BBQ, stake and ribs.”
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“Absolutely the best bagels we have ever eaten. Why? They are boiled not steamed. Light, airy and oh so delicious. Expect to wait in a line any morning you go but worth it. Best coffee to go in the area too. Stop here for a to go breakfast before riding on the train to Manhattan. ”
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“New fusion sushi and a wonderful cocktail bar. Try the combo roll meals and go for something unique like the Godzilla roll.”
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Meal Delivery
“Try some fresh meatballs and sandwiches from this tiny local eatery. They deliver too. ”
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“Suffern has a Koto trained, authentic sushi chef at a tiny sushi bar on Lafayette Street. If you crave authentic old world shashimi and seaweed salads this is the place. Quiet and unpretentious, don't ask for anything that may be new age sushi, you'll get a glare. Branch out and try the salad pairings. REAL TREAT FOR FOODIES. ”
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