6 New Places to Eat Upstate | Food & Drink | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
Just try to experience the Hudson Valley and its culture without immersing yourself in its unique and refined cuisine. Here are a few of the Hudson Valley’s many culinary delicacies. If you have a sweet tooth for cakes, cannolis, and other pastries, head to La Deliziosa Italian Pastry Shop, home of the original cannoli chip. Located in Poughkeepsie, La Deliziosa bakes delicious Italian pastries and gorgeous cakes for your dining pleasure. Peekamoose will give you a culinary experience you won’t soon forget. This restaurant and taproom in Big Indian has a refined, expertly crafted menu that lives up to their motto: “Silly name. Serious food.” While you’re there, try their large selection of quality brews, cocktails and wines. Come for the chic decor, stay for the folksy, new age atmosphere and the delicious menu at Brunette. Located in Kingston, Brunette is a wine bar with small plates and offers something for the young traveler looking for a restaurant that offers that much sought-after juxtaposition of trendy and relaxed. Lil’ Deb’s Oasis is for those looking for a fun, community-centered eating space. Their inventive Latin-centric cuisine and status as a combined restaurant, art installation and performance project make Lil; Deb’s Oasis one dining experience you won’t soon forget. Gardiner Liquid Mercantile is a restaurant and bar that serves as a hub for farm beverages and food from nearby their locale in Gardiner. With a spacious property on which they distill their own libations, this is the perfect place for dining, drinking, and experiencing a true farm-to-table atmosphere. Looking for an after-dinner delight or a snack for the road? For vegans? Lagusta’s Luscious Commissary has you covered. The New Paltz chocolatier has a large selection of scrumptious chocolates, as well as pastries, teas, cheese plates and other snacks guaranteed to satisfy the senses. Pictured above: Lil Deb’s Oasis, Hudson. Photo by Heidi’s Bridge

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