The Pine Plains Platter offers community space and home cooking

Denice Osofsky attempted a new knitting pattern at the Pine Plains Platter’s recent Craft Night. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

PINE PLAINS — When the Pine Plains Platter first opened for business about six years ago, owners Jack and Irene Banning were hoping to appeal to their friends in town as well as weekend visitors. With help from their staff and support from the community, the Platter has since shifted into a familiar hub where community and home cooking are always guaranteed.

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