You’ll Feel Like Family At This Little Town Cafe In New York
There’s no shortage of adorable little cafes in small town New York: it’s one of the things we’re known for. Hensonville is a teeny hamlet about an hour south of Albany. Its population is just under 300 people, so you’d be forgiven for not expecting much from their food scene. But this little place is hiding big taste and friendly faces at a small cafe on the main strip called Nana Gail’s.
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Have you visited Nana Gail’s Cafe in New York? Share your favorite dish in the comments.
You can find out more about this delightfully charming little cafe on their Facebook.
Lisa loves animals and has dogs, rats, cats, guinea pigs, and snakes. Practically all of her free time is spent trapping and fixing stray cats. She also likes reading, playing Pokemon Go, and going to concerts. Her dog Cece is the best dog in the whole world.
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