Oscar’s Adirondack Smokehouse Enlisted in State’s Historic Business Registry

Oscar’s Smokehouse, a deli in the Southern Adirondack town of Warrensburg, has been recognized as a historic business by the state of New York. Established in 1943 by two Canadian immigrants, the deli is renowned for its smoked meats, cheeses, and mustard.

Denise Locy of South Colton is a big fan of smoked meats and makes an annual trip to Oscar’s, despite being two and a half hours away. She loves their bacon and smoked pork chops and believes that they are the best place to get them. Despite her love for making her own smoked meats at home, Locy values the yearly trip to pick up items from Oscar’s. The deli’s offerings keep her coming back and make it worth the long drive.

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