The deli in Warrensburg, New York, known as Oscar’s Smokehouse, has been added to the state’s Historic Business Preservation Registry. This historic deli was founded in 1943 by two Canadian immigrants and is renowned for its smoked meats, cheeses, and mustard.
Denise Locy of South Colton is a devout fan of smoked meats and makes an annual pilgrimage to Oscar’s, which is a two-and-a-half hour drive through the mountains. She adores the bacon and smoked pork chops and considers Oscar’s to be the best place to obtain them.
Although she prepares her own smoked meats at home, Locy values her yearly trip to pick up items from Oscar’s. The deli’s offerings keep her coming back and are worth the lengthy drive.