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Putnam Valley Market Competes In DVlicious 'Best Coffee' Contest

Would you like a little music with your coffee or slice of pizza? Then the Putnam Valley Market, owned and operated by the Santucci family since 1988, is the place for you.
Would you like a little music with your coffee or slice of pizza? Then the Putnam Valley Market, owned and operated by the Santucci family since 1988, is the place for you. Photo Credit: Provided
The family-owned Putnam Valley Market offers Boar's Head provisions, Italian specialities and J.B. Marshall coffees.
The family-owned Putnam Valley Market offers Boar's Head provisions, Italian specialities and J.B. Marshall coffees. Photo Credit: Provided

PUTNAM VALLEY, N.Y. -- Coffee rules. Especially at 7 am on a Monday. Or 9 a.m on a weekend you’re your morning cuppa soothes the soul.

Poll
Who Brews Putnam's Best Coffee?
Reader Results Voting Closed

Who Brews Putnam's Best Coffee?

  • Reverie Caffe, Patterson
    55%
  • The Freight House Cafe, Mahopac
    34%
  • The Putnam Valley Market, Putnam Valley
    11%

We asked for your favorites; three are now in the running in our DVlicious contest. Each is being profiled this week. Let your fingers do the clicking while you sip, savor – and vote.

Voting ends at 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27. You are allowed to vote multiple times, albeit once per day.

Putnam Valley Market, Putnam Valley

What Makes It "Strong": This combo mini-mart, delicatessen, and brick-oven pizza joint uses J.B. Marshall premium coffees with tempting flavors such as “Snickerdoodle” (after the rich sugar-cinnamon cookie) and, need we say more, Chocolate-Caramel.

The family-owned business was opened in 1988 by three brothers, Nino, Domenico and Hector Santucci, and is now a destination point in Putnam Valley. Located a few minutes down the road from the Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, it is the spot to stop for a sammie, slice or cup of Joe to go. A focal point for the sparsely populated community, the market has catered events for local schools, camps, birthday parties and even weddings.

Get A Cuppa: 4 Sunset Hill Rd., (845) 528-8626; www.theputnamvalleymarket.com

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