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Chronogram Smartcard 

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Foodies rejoice! Chronogram Smartcard is the free and easy way to save up to 50 percent off your bill at your favorite Hudson Valley restaurants.

Download the app via App Store or Google Play today.

How it Works

Chronogram Smartcard partners with participating local restaurants to offer you exclusive savings when you pay using your Chronogram Smartcard app.

Pay Now or Add Funds to Your Chronogram Smartcard Account

After creating your account, link the credit or debit card you want to use. You can add funds to your account in advance or simply use the “pay now” feature to fund the exact amount of your bill when you pay your check. Be sure to tell your server you’re using the Chronogram Smartcard, then launch the app and enter the exact transaction amount. Savings will be automatically applied to your check! Provide the participating restaurant with your transaction number once you’ve settled your tab. Please note: Gratuity is not included, so show your appreciation and tip your server separately.

Earn SmartCash!

Get $10 in SmartCash for every friend you refer when they register with your invite code and make a purchase. Plus, your friends will automatically get $10 SmartCash too, after their first purchase! *Gratuity isn’t included, so remember to tip your servers!

Security

All credit card data is double encrypted - so you don’t need to worry about your information being stolen!

Participating Restaurants

We’re constantly updating our participating restaurants within the Chronogram Smartcard app. Sort through our partners by distance to see who is closest to you, or by savings! Hurry though—restaurants only provide a limited amount of savings for customers to use each month. Keep checking the app to see updated savings opportunities near you, or look at our online directory for a list of participating restaurants.

Download Now

Download the Chronogram Smartcard app today for Apple or Android, and start saving money while supporting local businesses.

For support or questions about the Smartcard app, email chronogramsmartcard@chronogram.com.

SmartCard Locations
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Dutchess County
Buns Burgers - Rhinebeck
With two locations in New York’s Hudson Valley, Buns Burgers is pushing the farm-to-table movement into quick-service dining. Our philosophy is to prove that you can have a burger & fries while still maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Local farmers, like the Kilcoyne family, help us in our mission to receive the freshest ingredients possible. We're committed to providing a delicious grassfed beef burger, hand-cut fries and locally-sourced milk and ice cream from Boice’s Dairy and Adirondack Creamery for our milkshakes.
Harney and Sons
Rustic tea room with an extensive choice of world-class blends, plus sandwiches, soups & a terrace.
Heritage Food + Drink
Heritage balances elegance and edginess with just enough comfort. The bright, airy front room—with its bistro seating flanked by a large, windowed wall and a long, stocked bar—contrasts with the warmer back room's upscale-steampunk vibe. The brunch and dinner menus offer hearty American comfort food made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, complemented by a robust drink program of craft cocktails, local beers, and cider. And don’t miss the wood-fired meats or house-made charcuterie.
Homespun Foods
With more than a dozen years under its belt, Homespun Foods is a Beacon institution. Head to their Main Street location for delicious, fresh bites made from scratch. Serving three meals a day, you can drop into Homespun Foods for anything from breakfast wrap or bowl of oatmeal to a midday soup, salad, or quiche. In the summer, the back patio with its arbor, flowers, and greenery is a lush place to enjoy a meal.
The Pandorica Restaurant
If you like your dining experience to have a certain “timey wimey” quality, you’ll enjoy Beacon’s The Pandorica. The only Doctor Who-themed restaurant in the Hudson Valley, it’s full of subtle, Easter Egg-y references to the long-running British science fiction show. The eclectic menu delivers on comfort food— ranging from “spoilers” to “sweeties”— and they’ve got a variety of wines, beers, and teas (of course) to choose from.
Végétalien
Locally-sourced, 100% plant based café and juice bar, Vegetalien is located in the heart of Beacon, NY. While their menu changes based on seasonal ingredients, sourced from a variety of farms in the Hudson Valley— they’re goal is to nourish your body, mind, and spirit all year long. Stop in for some of their fresh juices, smoothies or a vegan latte. For lunch, try a buddha bowl, acas bowl, or salad or give their BBQ Jackfruit Tacos, Vegan Paninis, Avocado Toast, and Seasonal Vegan Soups a try.
Ulster County
A & P
Tucked away in the back of a parking lot, A&P Bar has a low-key exterior, but over the past two years, the craft cocktail bar has become a local favorite for date nights and the after-work crowd. Opened by the owners of Oriole 9, A&P drink program mixes the best of Hudson Valley spirits with a curated international wine list, plus gourmet eats and wood-fired pizza.
Arrowood Farm Brewery
Agriculture is the beating heart of Arrowood Farm Brewery. The farm and flagship tasting room in Accord is a pastoral paradise at the end of a long gravel driveway, lined on one side by forest and on the other by a field of grain. Serving a rotating array of “beers from the ground up,” Arrowood brews with majority New York State grains and hops. Head to the farm for a pint at the source and a game of cornhole in the hop yard.
Arrowood Outpost
Make your way down the stairs beside Barner Books on Church Street in New Paltz and you’ll uncover a subterranean refuge with rustic stone walls and a crowd of bacchanal pilgrims from the local beer movement who have come to sample Arrowood Farm Brewery’s finest pours. If the words “New York State-grown hops” is your idea of a good time, this tasting room is ready to welcome you with open arms.
B-Side Grill
Retro burger joint B-Side Grill is a vinyl-themed communal hub of New Paltz. This Main Street go-to dishes up classic American comfort food from their all-day breakfast menu to their deli sandwiches and cheese steaks. If your appetite’s feeling Biggie step up to the plate and try the Notorious B.I.G. burger challenge for a chance at fame.
Bacchus Restaurant
Bacchus, a go-to watering hole for New Paltzers of all stripes, has been defined by change over its 40+ years of business. What started as a small one-story bar in 1974 has evolved into a two-story restaurant and full-fledged microbrewery with over 500 bottled beers, an extensive food menu, a patio, and a billiard hall.
Bistro-to-Go
Gourmet take-out store serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. Featuring local and imported organic foods, delicious homemade desserts, sophisticated four-star food by Chefs Richard Erickson, Dan Sherman, and Tim Storrs. Off-premise full-service catering and event planning for parties of all sizes.
Buns Burgers - Saugerties
With two locations in New York’s Hudson Valley, Buns Burgers is pushing the farm-to-table movement into quick-service dining. Our philosophy is to prove that you can have a burger & fries while still maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Local farmers, like the Kilcoyne family, help us in our mission to receive the freshest ingredients possible. We're committed to providing a delicious grassfed beef burger, hand-cut fries and locally-sourced milk and ice cream from Boice’s Dairy and Adirondack Creamery for our milkshakes.
Burrito Burrito
New Paltz's Burrito Burrito is Tex-Mex done right. Serving up burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and empanadas and a handful of vegan options like house-made dairy-free cheese, you'll never leave hungry. Open until the wee hours of the morning, this is a great place to go for late-night eats. Don’t forget to check out the specials board for rotating all-stars like the spicy Philly cheesesteak taco or the chicken bacon ranch empanada.
Cafe Mio
Cafe Mio’s hallmark is hearty, locally sourced fare. In season, chef/owner Mike Bernardo sources his ingredients from within 5-mile radius, while his culinary inspiration wanders the globe from Mexico to Italy to Korea.The cozy, unpretentious spot dishes up a dank farm-to-table brunch that could compete with the trendiest Brooklyn eatery. Save up to 50% at Cafe Mio.
Dutch Ale House
Dutch Ale House serves fresh locally sourced food including house-made sausages, burgers, entrees, and small plates. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are available. They have 16 taps of craft beer with a focus on New York State breweries as well as a craft cocktail menu and wine list. The Dutch offers live music every Friday and brunch every Sunday.
Fuchsia Tiki
Fuschia Tiki Bar takes a note from 1930s cocktail culture, a reemerging nightlife trend. Like a portal to another dimension, decorated with palmetto-print wallpaper and hot pink countertops, the bar gives patrons a genuine feel for the Polynesian bars of yesteryear. Fuschia's owners worked for months to craft the perfect tropical pick-me-ups using fresh ingredients.
Rock da Casbah
At Rock da Casbah, rock ‘n’ roll-themed decor lends a fun, laid-back vibe to a historic Saugerties space with pressed tin ceilings and exposed brick. Rock da Casbah dishes up a curated, limited menu of farm-to-table, vegan, and gluten-free fare with a healthy serving of live music varying from folk rock to jazz fusion. Save up to 50% at Rock da Casbah.
RUNA Bistro
Sophisticated yet comfortable in concept, the new French-inspired eatery RUNA is helmed by service-industry veteran Clare Hussain and Paris-trained chef and CIA grad Ryan McClintock. In addition to bistro classics, RUNA’s menu also includes nods to Hussain’s Bangladeshi heritage, and some crowd-pleasers, like the Hudson Valley Royale burger.
The Bakery
For nearly 30 years, The Bakery has sated the appetites of New Paltz college students and local families with their wide array of freshly baked goodies and made-to-order sandwiches. From rugelach to macarons, croissants to cannoli, tiramisu to velvet torte, and everything in betweeen The Bakery has a crispy, from-scratch pastry for every occasion.
The Parish
The Parish, perched on the second floor in New Paltz's quaint Water Street Market, may just be the only place in the Hudson Valley where you can find bona fide "gator bites." Their concept brings together local ingredients with Creole and Cajun cuisine for a scrumptious menu featuring New Orleans favorites like gumbo, jambalaya, po boys, and fried okra.
The Roost
As soon as you enter the Roost you detect the casual, warm air of familiarity. This cozy spot is a go-to breakfast and lunch favorite of locals for their no-fuss, straight-up good fare like the skillets, rotating quiche of the day, soups, and classic deli sandwiches.
Orange County
Bliss Kitchen
The diverse menu at Bliss Kitchen is where the ancient Indian tradition of ayurveda meets modern culinary tastes. Here, you can find a wide range of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free dishes, ranging from crispy pakoras stuffed with spiced potato, broccoli, and bell pepper to eggplant parm pizza. Whether you choose the lunch buffet or order a la carte, everything is made in-house with fresh ingredients.
Conscious Fork
A farm-to-table vegan juice bar and market, Conscious Fork is a business focused on fresh ingredients and well-being.
Putnam County
Marbled Meat Shop
This whole-animal butcher shop works with small, family-owned farms who pasture-raise their animals without antibiotics or hormones. In addition to quality meat cuts, the shop also carries gourmet provisions like fine cheeses and charcuterie and a hearty menu of sandwiches, soups, and prepared foods for when you’re on the go.
Greene County
Jagerberg Beer Hall & Alpine Tavern
After a long day on the slopes, you’re exhausted, happy, hungry, and searching for the nearest restaurant. You exit Hunter ski resort and—like a light at the end of the tunnel—an Alpine tavern rises up across the road—Jagerberg Hall. Since opening right across from Hunter Mountain on February 22, Jagerberg has rapidly become a go-to place for people to kick off their ski boots, order a brew and some German-inspired cuisine, and sink back in tired contentment.
Columbia County
Hudson Valley Distillers
This family-owned and -operated distillery offers an award-winning line of spirits made from fruits and grains sourced largely from within walking distance. Head to the taproom and bottle shop in Clermont to get a tour of the distilling facility, try the wares in the Cocktail Grove, and shop for artisan crafts and specialty foods at the Post Road Marketplace.

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