I have to say, I thought Dolgeville was going to be a complete wasteland foodwise.
However, first, I need to say that the B&B called "Ward's Pond" really does do both Bs quite nicely. Can you say 5 course homecooked breakfast?
Maybe three breads, muffins, rolls, with jams, butters and spreads... in course one. Stewed fruit, savory omelettes, etc. All cooked to order, given that there are only usually half a dozen guests at a time. Served in the formal dining room of the mansion. And for what, $100/night? Geeeez. (www.wardspond.com)
The other end of the spectrum: Piggy Pats, a few towns over. Not open all nights of the week, but an excellent BBQ house.
And then, Green Acres on N. Helmer... a motel/hotel, and attached to it is a restaurant of three star performance at single star prices. Yessiree. And hidden upstate, for all that.
Classic American fare, in terms of steaks, poultry, and the like -- but beautifully done, expertly garnished and not overpriced ($20/person meals, easily).