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Food & Drink

The Hudson Valley is one of the most important and dynamic culinary regions in the country. Once considered the breadbasket of America during the Revolutionary War, the Hudson Valley’s deep agricultural roots and distinctive tenor contribute to the region’s locally sourced food ethos. Hudson Valley restaurants offer local ingredients, like fresh produce and grass-fed beef, and farms provide sustainable food throughout the region through farmers’ markets and CSA’s.

General Food & Drink

Best New Coffee Shops in the Hudson Valley

Part of our new businesses series, this piece spotlights the best places in the Hudson Valley to grab a cup of joe.

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A Seat in the Barn

Summer Farm Dinners
It's that time of year again in the Hudson Valley, when the sun is out, everyone is outdoors, and farmers markets are in peak form.

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The New York Restaurant

A Taste of Poland in Catskill
Located on Main Street in the historic-yet-perpetually-up-and-coming village of Catskill, the New York Restaurant offers live music, a full bar, and classic American and Polish cuisine—also known as "stick-to-your-ribs" kind of food.

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Bars

Roll Out the Barrels: Hudson Valley Brewery

Husdon Valley Brewery

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Cooking

A Skyway Classic Corn Roast & Homecoming Fit for a Chili King | 8.26.17

Skyway Camping Resort celebrates its annual Skyway Classic Corn Roast/Chili Cook-Off & Homecoming on August 26, 2017. Enjoy fresh, local roasted corn, cook up your chili recipe and enter it in the cook-off, and enjoy live party music in the early evening.

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Culinary Adventures

Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest – September 9-10, DC Fairgrounds, Rhinebeck

Taste hundreds of wines from all over New York, sample craft beers and distilled spirits. Shop for gourmet specialty foods, fine crafts and home goods. Feast from unique food trucks and learn from cooking demonstrations. Discount tickets available online at HudsonValleyWineFest.com.

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27th Annual Taste of New Paltz

More than just food, the Taste of New Paltz includes beautiful art, carefully crafted jewelry, health and wellness, stroll the business showcase, enjoy live music and demonstrations. Family Friendly-bring the family for a fun day outdoors featuring many children events. Pony rides, magicians, petting zoo, and face painting.

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A Skyway Classic Corn Roast & Homecoming Fit for a Chili King

Skyway Camping Resort celebrates its annual Skyway Classic Corn Roast/ Chili Cook-Off & Homecoming on August 26, 2017. Enjoy fresh, local roasted corn, cook up your chili recipe and enter it in the cook-off, and enjoy live party music in the early evening.

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Dining

Best New Restaurants in the Hudson Valley

With a dramatic increase in tourism and relocation, the Hudson Valley has become a veritable hub of commerce, with over 30 new businesses opening in the last year.

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Butterfield at Hasbrouck House

Fresh Vision
Alexandra Marvar profiles Butterfield at the Hasbrouck House in Stone Ridge.

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Farms & CSA

The Sylvia Center’s 10th Annual Farm to Table Dinner

Celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of The Sylvia Center at the Annual Farm to Table Dinner -- Saturday, July 15th. 6pm Cocktails | 7pm Dinner. For ten years, The Sylvia Center has inspired young people to grow, cook and share food. Read more about this event here.

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Locally Grown

From the Local to the Global

Stick to Local Farms Project
Maria Reidelbach supports local agriculture with her Stick to Local Farms scavenger hunt.

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Bounty of the Hudson

This year's two-day event (June 10-11) includes up to 20 Hudson Valley winemakers, hard cider and distilleries, as well as local (specifically made in the Hudson Valley) marketplace purveyors offering cheese, honey, baked goods, produce and more.

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Hudson Valley Events

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Lighten Up Your Autumn Spirit Retreat @ Audrey's Farmhouse

Lighten Up Your Autumn Spirit Retreat

Fri., Sept. 22, 3-10 p.m., Sat., Sept. 23, 9-12 a.m. and Sun., Sept. 24, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. — Join us for a weekend retreat of daily relaxing, mindful and creative...
Pawling Farmers Market @ Pawling Farmers' Market

Pawling Farmers Market

June 17-Sept. 30, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. — The Pawling Farmers Market returns for another year of fresh produce, prepared...

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Hudson Valley Food

Focus on locally sourced food at restaurants in the Hudson Valley allows for fresh, seasonal, and diverse farm-to-table offerings year-round. A dining experience in the Hudson Valley gives you a taste of the region itself—what fruits and vegetables are in season and what artisanal products are made in the area. The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park is one of the top cooking schools in the world, and many Hudson Valley restaurants are staffed with CIA graduates. From modern gastropubs to old-world cafés, Hudson Valley restaurants include a wide variety of culinary styles, applying innovative techniques to the local palette.

Hudson Valley Drink

From wineries to breweries to distilleries, the Hudson Valley is home to a thriving craft-beverage industry. Historically, the Hudson Valley is an important place for wine and spirits, home to places like Tuthilltown—the first microdistillery to open in New York since Prohibition. The Hudson Valley offers a vibrant scene for locally made artisanal wine, beer, hard cider, and spirits, and many facilities offer tours and tastings for a behind-the-scenes look into the handcrafted process. Hudson Valley restaurants and bars also offer regional beer and wine and artisanal cocktails made with local spirits.

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

During Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, the region's finest culinary creations are available at bargain prices. The region-wide food event includes more than 190 participating restaurants offering three-course prix-fixe dinners and lunches. These restaurants are located in seven counties along the Hudson River from north of New York City to just south of Albany. Restaurants, the farmers who supply them, and the surrounding businesses all benefit from increased neighborhood traffic during Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, making it an important event for the local economy.