... For some, sports are the thing that inspires. For others, it’s culture, history and art, or for some the way the heart is through the stomach! Or, maybe for you, it is all of the above. Cooperstown has plenty to offer everyone on the spectrum, and continuing our A Day in the Life of series, today we’ll focus on how foodies can make the best of a trip to Cooperstown. There’s so much to taste, it is hard to choose just a few, but here we go.
... There’s nothing quite like a meal at Glimmerglass. The ambiance, attention to detail, and quality of the dishes is unmatched in the local area. Glimmerglass has been a longstanding special occasion destination and we recently had the chance to sit down with Gordon Clarkson, Director of Food & Beverage and Event Management, to talk about why. Here’s his thoughts on how Glimmerglass has become such an iconic restaurant for couples and families.
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... Maybe sports is secondary on your list. That’s okay. Even though Cooperstown is most famous for the Baseball Hall of Fame - there are plenty of alternative activities that have everything to do with culture. Get your walking shoes ready - here’s how to cram as much museum-going, culture-rich fun into one day as possible. Ready, set, go!
... Visitors love that sports are center stage in Cooperstown. Home to the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, sports fans flock to catch a glimpse of baseball legends and relax in the pristine surroundings of Lake Otsego. If that describes you or your traveling partner, here’s how to pack as many sports-centered activities into one day as you can.
... Thanks to the iconic Baseball Hall of Fame, spring and summer are the peak travel seasons here in Cooperstown, N.Y. Winter, on the other hand, is perhaps our best-kept secret.