River Market carries everything from soup to nuts. We work hard to source local produce, eggs, honey, cheeses and artisanal breads to name a few. We are well known for our private label brands, coffee aptly named “River Mud,” specialty jams and salsas. Old fashioned candy and gourmet chocolate bars, line our country interior shelves.
A forgetful camper won’t have to look too hard to find every camping provision one could ever need. This general store is flooded with everything from toys for the kids, jokes, puzzle books, water guns, home décor thoughtful gifts and cards, including all the basic staples you never thought you needed, but suddenly do!
We even carry live bait, trout worms, mealworms and night crawlers to name a few! The old time country beverage coolers stock everyday beer as well as hard to find IPA’s. In addition, the full service delicatessen serves homemade meals daily and carries a full line of fresh steak and meat options for the grilling season! If you want your cherry on top, you can have it too, at our ice cream shop/window which serves old-fashioned homemade soft serve custard, as well as hard ice cream in 6 flavors.
Sitting right on the Delaware River on Scenic byway Route 97, surrounded by nature, the market is the epicenter of atmosphere and communal gatherings. Come visit us today and enjoy free Wifi. Even if you're in town for a quick visit, join our free Belly Rewards program, which is more than a coffee club. You'll earn rewards for any in store purchase and accumulate points towards future breakfast and lunch items.
Barryville is located in the southwest of Sullivan county, along the Delaware River on the border of Pennsylvania. Unlike other areas of Sullivan County, where access is primarily via Route 17, Barryville has a number of access options from New York City. In addition to Route 17 to Monticello (and then traveling southwest), you can also take I-84 west to Port Jervis and then NY 97 north along the Delaware River, or come up through New Jersey and Milford, PA directly into Barryville.