I drove by this place and it was so open and bright and people were outside so I stopped and left with a juice. A big sidewalk sign outside the already welcoming façade of Santa fe Interprices on William Street in Newburgh draws people in with juices, ice cream, and milkshakes. Also on the menu is the Central American specialty horchata, a pale rice-based protein drink with cinnamon and morro seeds. I picked up a mango-guava juice. Another popular juice variety is blackberry or strawberry with chia seeds.
The restaurant is connected to a grocery and is run by Honduran proprietors Jorge and his father who opened the establishment 5 years ago. They specialize in foods from Central America especially rice, beans, cheese, and bread. Friday feature chicken and pork tamales. Interprices is open 7 days a week and opens early and closes late.