Located in the western Catskills in upstate New York, the Cochecton Fire Station opened in August

Originally the town's actual fire station, over the past two years JOSIAH EARLY and EZEKIEL MILLER renovated the building and transformed it into a community restaurant and bar that will also be a space for hosting events, such as talks and film screenings. Friends for over two decades from Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, both Josiah and Ezekiel relocated to upstate New York's Sullivan County in the Catskills in 2016.

It’s like Brigadoon here at the Cochecton Fire Station, on the Upper Delaware — impeccable cocktails, great food, reasonable prices.
David Wondrich, Senior Drinks Columnist of the Daily Beast and James Beard Award-winning author of Imbibe! and Punch

From signature cocktails to tasty food, the Cochecton Fire Station is sure to become a staple in the community.
Sullivan County Democrat

Read the full article from Chronogram/Upstater: “Cochecton Fire Station: Craft Cocktails and Wood-Fired Food in the Catskills”



Open 12 noon - 10pm
every day except Tuesday

Holiday Hours:

We will be closed from Monday, December 24th  thru Tuesday, January 1st

 We will resume normal hours of operation on Wednesday, January 2nd


Josiah and Ezekiel are also the team behind THE HORSES MOUTH, an events and consulting business, with a focus on creating specialty cocktails. Together they share an enthusiasm about the history of mixology, which can be found in their drinks menu at the Cochecton Fire Station. Together with Chef Henning Nordanger of nearby Henning’s Local, they have collaborated on an original food menu in two parts '$5 & Not $5' with all ingredients enhanced by the use of their wood-burning oven.