Microguide: Cooperstown

Cooperstown, New York may be known for being the home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, but this charming Upstate New York town has more than just baseball offer. Its mix of eateries, breweries and hotels makes it an ideal place for a weekend getaway.

STAY
The Cooper Inn
Located in a federal-style mansion, this hotel is a mere two blocks away from the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Travel back in time thanks to classic furnishings that come complete with contemporary amenities.
15 Chestnut Street
Cooperstown
607-547-2567

EAT
Hawkeye Bar & Grill
Try a number seasonal favorites at the Hawkeye Bar and Grill, where you can dine on regional specialities and comforting classics, like pan-seared rainbow trout and New York strip au poivre. They’re also known for having one of the best burgers in town.
The Otesaga Resort Hotel
60 Lake Street
Cooperstown
607-547-9931

DRINK
Brewery Ommegang
Try a number of Belgian-style beers at Brewery Ommegang, including the award-winning Witte, Abbey and Hennepin.
656 County Highway 33
Cooperstown
607-544-1800

Cooperstown Distillery
Sample a selection of Cooperstown Distillery’s handcrafted artisanal spirits, like the Abner Doubleday Doubleplay Vodka, the Classic American Whiskey and the Bean Ball Bourbon.
11 Railroad Avenue
Cooperstown
607-282-4246

RELAX
Hawkeye Spa
Get some well deserved R&R at this new spa, which features a number of facials, massages and treatments.
The Otesaga Resort Hotel
60 Lake Street
Cooperstown
607-547-9931

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