Update: View this page for updated information Sundaes which caught on fire and burned to the ground in 2013. It has since been rebuilt

Currently two eateries are for-sale along Route 23 in Grand Gorge. The ‘Hitching Post Inn’ located on the east side and ‘Sundaes Restaurant & Dairy Freeze’ located on the west side of Grand Gorge. Both places are found along Route 23 respectively on the east and west side of Grand Gorge.

Hitching Post:
The Hitching Post Inn was formerly the Grand Gorge Motel and was originally built in 1910.
History Link:
http://www.catskillmtn.org/guide-magazine/articles/2006-10-haunted-catskills-historical-inn-for-sale-with-tales.html
Sundaes Restaurant & Diary Freeze:
Real Estate Listing:
Current taxes are $5,729 and the property is currently for-sale at $259,ooo with .75 acres of land.
http://www.belleayrerealty.com/listings/lc2100.asp
Perry’s Ice Cream:
A Perry’s Ice Cream sign is located on Sundaes roof and property. In Stamford a similar Perry’s Ice Cream sign sits on top of the popular Mac-A-Doodles.
Perry’s Ice Cream History:
http://www.perrysicecream.com/about/our-history-in-the-making/
Perry’s Ice Cream, is an ice cream manufacturer located in Akron, New York.
Perry’s, founded in 1918 by H. Morton Perry, is a family-owned and operated fourth generation ice cream manufacturer with frozen distribution services. Perry’s started from hand cranks and horse-drawn delivery wagons and grew into a modern, state-of-the-art ice cream production facility. Currently Perry’s Ice Cream produces over 13 million gallons of ice cream per year. Perry’s still produces their ice cream one batch at a time, giving the product its unique, old-fashioned flavor. Perry’s Ice Cream tradition centers around having “enough good stuff in the product.” With over 285 employees, Perry’s sells and distributes to New York, Western Pennsylvania, New England and Northeast Ohio. (Source: Wikipedia- Perry’s Ice Cream)

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In Stamford the former site of the Delaware Inn is for-sale after several years of re-construction.

The Delaware Inn
The Delaware Inn was built in 1804 and one of the most notable guests who sleep at the Delaware Inn was Theodore Roosevelt who at time was Police Commissioner of New York City.
Current asking price is 1.8 million dollars:
http://www.catskillpremier.com/upstate-new-york-real-estate-photos.php?MLS_Number=34108
The re-construction of the Delaware Inn has been several years in the making.
http://www.catskillsearch.com/site/2010/08/10/delaware-motor-inn/