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Woodstock village, carved out of the lush deciduous woodlands and cut by fast-rushing creeks, was not actually the venue of the famed psychedelic picnic of August 1969. That was some sixty miles southwest in Bethel, where a monument at Herd and West Shore roads marks the site on the farm owned by Max Yasgur where the first festival was held. However, Woodstock has enjoyed a bohemian reputation since the foundation in 1903 of the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony (which runs summer residency courses; Tel:845/679-2079, Web: www.woodstockguild.org ), and during the 1960s it was a favourite stomping ground for the likes of …
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Mangowood Restaurant

Mangowood Restaurant is typically open to the public Tuesday-Saturday evenings from 6:00-9:00. Nights are limited during November and April. Please check for availability or visit our website for a complete schedule. We offer casual fine dining in our main dining room. Our secondary dining room is ideal for larger parties up to 15.