Even Better Than Leaf-Peeping, It’s Time to Experience the Hudson Valley Culinary Scene
From fall foliage and apple picking to pumpkins, hayrides and hot cider donuts—the Hudson
Valley has it all in fall. The crown jewel in seasonal Hudson Valley must-do’s is here as Fall 2022 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week (HVRW) kicks off on November 7th. For two delicious weeks, a record 150+ restaurants spanning seven counties (Westchester, Rockland, Putnam,
Ulster, Orange, Sullivan and Dutchess) will be part of this annual celebration of culinary talent, new and classic restaurants, locally sourced ingredients and more. From November 7th to November 20th, diners can tuck into yummy deals at the region’s top dining spots, listed here.
Locals, day trippers, foodies and fun seekers can browse participating restaurants and menus, choose their faves and contact the restaurant to reserve a table. Innovative, creative dishes will be in abundance—at abundantly discounted prices. Prix-fixe, three-course lunches and dinners will be offered at special discounted prices. (Pricing does not include tax, beverages or gratuity.) Prix-fixe menus may be offered for both dine-in and takeout.
Each spring and fall, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is the perfect time for locals and tourists to show their support for the restaurant community and drive the eat-and-drink-local movement.
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Whet your appetite for Fall 2022 HVRW with this look at what’s hot by county:
Sullivan County: New this year, more than 20 restaurants from Sullivan County have joined in the HVRW celebration, including Piccolo Paese, The Pickled Owl, Pasta D'Oro and Bethel Woods (offer includes a grab & go 3-course lunch plus entry ticket to the Museum).
Westchester: Westchester County has limitless options for diners this year, including irresistible newcomers like Town House in New Rochelle, Washington Irving Boat Club in Tarrytown and Nonna Carola in Mamaroneck.
Rockland: Rockland’s food scene is legendary, so put top spots like Restaurant X and The Bully Boy Bar, The Greekish, Wasabi and Oscar’s on your to-try list this year. Also, who can resist the French technique cuisine at Autumn in fall?
Putnam: We can’t wait to check out Brooklyn Organic Kitchen for its organic menu of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes. Hudson House River Inn, a historic 1832 landmark, is a great choice for dry-aged hand-cut steaks and market-fresh fish. And it wouldn’t be HVRW without a reservation at classic spots like Char Steakhouse and Bar, Valley Restaurant at The Garrison and Clocktower Grill.
Ulster: This year, we’re thrilled to welcome Ulster newcomer, The Tavern at Diamond Mills in Saugerties to the HVRW roster. Joining this exciting venue are other Ulster gems, like Ship Lantern Inn, Darling’s, Stone House Tavern, Millstream Tavern and The Dutch.
Orange: Orange County always offers a new twist on innovative dining. If you’re craving award-winning dining and wines and breathtaking views, City Winery Hudson Valley is a must. Try Sugar Shack Factory for a perfect mix of decadent and tasty or Primo Waterfront for coastal Italian cuisine. Oak and Reed is also a top spot for elevated comfort food that’s locally sourced.
Dutchess: An amazing lineup of Dutchess County restaurants lets you experience global cuisine without leaving the Hudson Valley. Savor authentic Puerto Rican fare at family-owned Café Con Leche, rustic authentic Italian at Aroma Osteria, American classics at Jason Patrick’s on 44 and fine Indian dining at Tamarind.
Launched in 2006 by Valley Table magazine, HVRW is a biannual event that promotes the chefs, restaurants, ingredients, farmers, artisanal producers, winemakers and purveyors in the Hudson Valley region. Among the largest Restaurant Weeks in the country, more than 150 restaurants participate and are supported by our Fall 2022 HVRW sponsors, including Dutchess County Tourism, Putnam County Tourism, Rockland County Tourism, Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association, Westchester County Tourism, Manhattan Beer, Resorts World Catskills, Pamal, Poughkeepsie Journal, The Journal News, WHUD-FM, WSPK-FM, and Open Table.
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