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Nicholas Leiss Brings Love of Hudson Valley Cuisine to Life at Exclusive Dinners

Chef Nicholas Leiss has been attracted to the kitchen since he was a little kid on a stepstool cooking beside his grandmother.

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Troutbeck's Spring Beverage Residency Brings Women Tastemakers to Amenia

Sitting on 250 acres in the rolling hills of Amenia, Troutbeck has a storied past as a relaxing and refined country inn that, over two centuries, has lodged the literate likes of Mark Twain, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Burroughs, and Joel Spingarn.

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Spring Food & Drink Events in the Hudson Valley

From pig roasts to rose festivals, this spring is primed with premium culinary events in the Hudson Valley.

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Find Your New Favorites During Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

If you’re curious what autumnal delicacies the region’s restaurants are offering this season, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, from November 1-14, is the perfect time to find out.

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Peripheral Natural Wine Festival Returns October 30

For Less than the Price of One Bottle of Wine You Can Sample Over 200+ Artisanal Products Straight from the Makers
When Zak Pelaccio launched the Peripheral Natural Wine Festival in Hudson back in November 2016, the wine landscape was very different.

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Celebrate Cider Week in the Hudson Valley Now Through October 17

For some of the Hudson Valley’s earliest European settlers, cider production was a staple industry (and hobby) for generations.

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Celebrate Apple Picking Season at Angry Orchard’s Community Harvest Fest

The annual event returns Saturday and Sunday, September 18 and 19
There’s a reason why harvest festivals go back to the earliest days of human agriculture. There’s just no better way to celebrate a fruitful season of collaboration with the soil than enjoying the crisp days, abundant sunshine, and first hints of autumnal color with friends and family. Angry Orchard’s Community Harvest Fest, happening this Saturday and Sunday September 18 and 19, is your ticket to enjoy the Hudson Valley apple harvest to its fullest.

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Terrain & Table Seasonal Dinners Return to Celebrate Food at its Source

Terrain & Table, an immersive outdoor dining experience with local, sustainable food and pastoral views, returns to the Hudson Valley on July 10 with their first dinner of the season. Monthly events held across the Catskills and Hudson Valley feature a different location each time, but the throughline is always enjoying food at the source at sites like farms, orchards, or vineyards. Terrain & Table is a division of The Farmhouse Project.

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Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Is Back!

The May event is the perfect way to explore the region’s bounty and show your support for the restaurant community.
After a long winter, the warm spring temps are finally encouraging locals and visitors alike to get out and explore the Hudson Valley’s culinary gems once again. This year, the start of outdoor dining season will also mark the return of one of the region’s most beloved biannual culinary events, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. The two-week-long event, which began in 2006, is the perfect way for diners to celebrate the diversity of chefs and restaurants that have made the Hudson Valley a renowned dining destination—and to support a community that has weathered the worst of the pandemic.

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Friends of the Walkway's Annual Starry Starry Night Benefit Goes Virtual

The annual event returns Friday, October 2 at 7pm
Friends of the Walkway's annual benefit, Starry Starry Night, is known as an evening filled with good food, good drinks, and notable Hudson Valley performers. It's a one-of-a-kind opportunity to celebrate and support the Walkway Over the Hudson. And with everything the nonprofit is cooking up for this year, its first virtual benefit is sure to be just as enchanting.

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Bethel Woods' Annual Harvest Festival is Back in Socially Distanced Style

The 22nd annual festival runs Sundays, August 30-October 11
Set against the backdrop of the rolling hills of Sullivan County as late summer turns to fall, Bethel Woods' Harvest Festival offers the perfect opportunity to explore the historic site of the 1969 music festival while celebrating the bounty of local farms. This year, the festival’s 22nd, the Harvest Festival will be open from 11am-4pm every Sunday from August 30-October 11.

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