Coffee Crawl Returns to Orange and Sullivan Counties (and Pennsylvania)

August 16, 2022 at 11:08 am
Upstate Coffee Crawl

August 15, 2022 – Coffee connoisseurs and casual sippers know the kick their favorite brewed bean delivers, but now there’s something to perk up java drinkers even more – an Upstate Coffee Crawl!

We are thrilled to announce the second annual Upstate Coffee Crawl! You may ask; What is a Coffee Crawl? Well buckle up! The self-guided event started August 13, 2022. Each participant will procure a Crawler Passport online from (printable) or from one of the participating venues scattered across Orange, Sullivan, Pike and Wayne counties. Coffee drinkers have 47 days to ‘crawl’ among said venues to fill their Crawler Passport. Each location has a unique stamp and once a participant’s card has 10 stamps, he or she can be entered into the drawing. The grand prize is valued at over $1,700, which will include a 3-day stay at a Catskills Lux Retreat!

Coffee Crawl

This self-guided event encourages coffee enthusiasts to broaden their caffeinated horizons and support local. The Crawl goes beyond just coffee venues, as we are curating “stay a day” where we will guide Crawlers on what to do nearby. This is a pure celebration of stamina, hope and caffeine! This event is co-sponsored by Foundry42, Orange County Department of Tourism, and Sullivan County Visitors Association.

“Come enjoy some great coffee, whether you take it light and sweet or prefer cappuccinos, macchiatos or lattes!” said Amanda Dana, Director of Orange County Tourism & Film. “With so many variations, plus a wealth of teas to choose from, there are plenty of deliciously brewed sips to savor. Grab a cup on your way into work or while strolling through downtown. We are proud to partner with the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association and Foundry42 in spreading the word about the spectacular coffee scene here. It also makes great fuel to keep you going from one attraction to the next when you spend the weekend in one of our charming bed and breakfasts or other lodging options.”

“The Sullivan Catskills is delighted to once again team with our tri-state regional partners in sponsoring the second Upstate Coffee Crawl that will inspire visitation to local businesses and communities while experiencing the various coffees and teas available from some of our finest coffee shops.” stated Roberta Byron-Lockwood, President/CEO of the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association.


“We are thrilled to be partnering with Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association and Orange County Tourism & Film for the Second Annual Upstate Coffee Crawl!” said Cooper Boone of Foundry 42, a workshop and home furnishings retail space with a coffee bar in Port Jervis, N.Y. “This event is an invitation to explore local coffee shops outside of your normal routine, each having their own unique take on coffee, style, and beautiful locations throughout these neighboring towns. Foundry42 has had a mission from its inception to cultivate a strong sense of community and belonging. And how better to share and connect than with a delicious cup of coffee in hand!”

It’s simple to join. Just follow these steps:

  • Pick up a “passport” at any of 16 participating venues or print one out from
  • Drink some java
  • Get the passport stamped
  • Repeat at the next location

You could almost follow the aroma from one coffee place to another but follow the attached list to make sure you hit them all. Once you receive stamps from 10 of the participating locations, turn in the passport at any of the venues, post a photograph of yourself with the card and tag @UpstateCoffeeCrawl on Instagram. That enters you into the drawing.
But you don’t have to do it all in one day. The campaign runs through September 29, which is National Coffee Day.

Find more information at:

In addition to Foundry 42, participating venues are: Tusten Cup of Narrowsburg, N.Y.; Main St. Farm of Livingston Manor, N.Y.; Valkyrie Coffee Roasters of Chester, N.Y.; Java Blue Coffee & Market of Montgomery, N.Y.; Finding Home Farms of Greenville, N.Y.; Milford’s Daily Grind of Milford, Pa.; Sparkomatic Café & Talkhouse of Milford, Pa.; The Better World Store of Hurleyville, N.Y.; Black and Brass Coffee Roasters of Hawley, Pa.; Diplomat Café Euro of Goshen, N.Y.; Grizzly Bagels of Callicoon, N.Y.; World Peace Café at Callicoon, N.Y.; Café e Dolci of Warwick, N.Y.; 2 Queens of Narrowsburg, N.Y.; and Java Love of White Lake, N.Y.

About Orange County Tourism & Film
Orange County Tourism & Film, based in Goshen, N.Y., is the county’s tourism headquarters and a participant in the I LOVE NY program. A comprehensive listing of area attractions, lodging, and events can be found at Additionally, a fun, free, 56-page travel guide is available for digital download at

About the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association (SCVA)
Located in the famed Catskill Mountain region of New York State, works to promote, and support the Sullivan Catskills’ natural, historic, cultural, and recreational assets to optimize tourism revenue.

Known as America’s first Vacationland, the Sullivan Catskills is a multi-award-winning destination recognized for its exceptional scenic beauty and unique tourism attractions. Its collective assets include exquisite lodging of boutique inns, distinctive full-service resorts; specialized glamping and camping sites, exclusive short-term rentals; acclaimed farm-to-table cuisine; charming main streets; The Delaware National Park River; Bethel Woods National Historic Landmark—Home to the 1969 Woodstock Festival; truly make this destination a world class experience welcoming visitors from around the globe year-after-year. Visit for more information and download our “SullivanCatskillsGo!” app to virtually discover why the Sullivan Catskills is a destination that everyone is talking about.

About Foundry42
Foundry42 was established in 2016 by Cooper Boone. After having twin daughters in 2014 Cooper, and his partner Mark Veeder, began to live in the Catskills full time to raise their children. He established Foundry42 in Port Jervis, NY because he felt there was a “huge untapped opportunity on Front Street, “the architecture, the location and price were all calling me to take the leap.”

Foundry42 is a representation of Cooper’s mind map: a creative workshop and a food, gathering, entertainment and education venue.


Photo above: From left, Amanda Dana, Director of Orange County Tourism & Film; Roberta Byron-Lockwood, President/CEO of the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association; and Renée Meola of Foundry42 showing special Upstate Coffee Crawl mugs.

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