Keegan Ales has released a limited edition seasonal pumpkin pancake stout called IHOPS, in collaboration with the International House of Pancakes. Go get it before it's gone.
Midtown Heats Up with Another Bar on Foxhall Avenue
Tonight, Lis Bar opens on Foxhall Avenue serving up Polish-inspired cocktails and tapas.
An interview with former Panzur chef-owner Rei Peraza about pop up dinners and life post-restaurant.
The fall harvest is here and with it, an abundance of food and drink events this October.
Legendary resort Glens Falls House's restaurant Trotwood is open all year round.
Destination dining in Woodstock
This fall, instead of a sugary pumpkin spice latte make yourself a pumpkin spice smoothie under 10 minutes.
A round up of 3 cheesemongers in the Hudson Valley that are well worth the trip.
A Testing Ground for a New Model of Community Engagement
LODGER, a new mixed-use creative event space in New burgh is part kitchen lab, part classroom, part printing press, part pop-up venue for hosting dinner events, readings, films, and art shows.
Pizza Done Right in Newburgh
Five-time World Pizza Champion Bruno DiFabio has set up shop in Newburgh with his Italian eatery Pizza Union.
The third annual Chefs For Clearwater returns to the Culinary Institute of America on October 14 from 4 to 8pm. Chef Brennan is working with 5 local chefs to produce a five-course meal prepared with local, seasonal ingredients all to raise funds for the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater's education programming and environmental activism.
A fitting respect for bread and its flaky pastry cousins characterizes the ethos of this French bistro under new head chef John Carr. In addition to their housemade bakery program, Le Perche offers a predominantly French wine list, a superb cocktail program, and lunch and dinner—a curated mix of French-inspired plates with original seasonal twists.
Good coffee, free wifi, chill vibes—here is a roundup of the best cafes for hunkering down and getting work done in the Mid-Hudson Valley.
A Hawaiian-Inspired Creperie in Saugerties
Ohana Café, a creperie and brunch spot on Partition Street in Saugerties, celebrated its opening in August.
1998 Prices on Select Items All Month Long
Over the past 20 years, chef-owner Josh Kroner has built a following around his locally sourced fare with its French, Southwestern, and Asian twists.
This month, Terrapin Restaurant in Rhinebeck, NY celebrates its 20th anniversary. In honor of this occasion, chef-owner Josh Kroner shares his beloved rigatoni recipe.
A twist on the ever popular Painkiller, The Indian Summer cocktail has summery influences with a foreshadowing of colder days to come.
Eating a nutritious breakfast helps set the tone for a healthy and positive day. Your first meal doesn’t have to be overly complicated to make. Here are three simple and delicious health-supportive breakfast recipes to kick your day off right.
In the former location of the legendary Irish watering hole Guinan's Pub at Garrison Landing, Dolly's restaurant is serving up farm fresh seasonal cuisine with a waterfront view.
It's all about fermented foods at this September festival in the Berkshires.
Discover fine dining in Tannersville at Deer Mountain Inn.
The one-day crash course in beer making hits CIA this October.
A Family-Friendly Festival Sponsored by Germania of Poughkeepsie
Germania of Poughkeepsie hosts their 10th annual Oktoberfest celebration September 7-9, 2018 at their festival grounds in Poughkeepsie. Don't miss three days of Bavarian beer, music, dancing, and food.
Build It and They Will Come as Veganism Goes Mainstream
This past April, Bobbi Jo Forte, Bonnie Schweppe, and Martin J. Pucino opened WildFlower Café, a vegan burger bar on West Market Street in Red Hook, named by Forte for her love of the late Tom Petty’s Wildflower album.
This Poughkeepsie Microbrewery Makes Beer with All NYS Ingredients
Situated on a 25-acre farm, Plan Bee Farm Brewery in Poughkeepsie offers a variety of complex and critically acclaimed sour farmhouse ales that are made exclusively with New York ingredients, from hops to malt to fruits and yeast cultivated at the farm itself.
Hemp Oil Java Gives You a Caffeine Jolt with a Side of Anxiety Relief
Reverie: Craft Coffee & Beer in Putnam County is the first place in the Hudson Valley to serve and sell CBD-infused coffee. Their cold brew and whole bean options come in a range of concentrations so you can choose your experience. Drop in the trendy cafe on Main Street in Patterson, NY or shop online.
Two Grilling Events this Weekend
Summer’s still in session and so is BBQ season. This Saturday, there are two grill-tastic events happening in the Hudson Valley. Enjoy a picnic lunch and live music at Moosic Fest in Gardiner. Or if you're on the other side of the river, and looking for your char-grilled fix, head to Grillsdale 2018 in Hillsdale for dinner, drinks, and more live entertainment.
The brains behind the rehab of Ghent's Bartlett House are at it again with The Maker Hotel & Lounge in Hudson, featuring spirituous cocktails and playful food plates both large and small from Chef Nicole Craft.
In May 2017, Ralph Erenzo sold Tuthilltown Spirits to international Scotch whisky company William Grant & Sons. The company has been sprucing up the facility in Gardiner over the last year, including opening up Char 1788, a farm-to-table restaurant serving American cuisine. Here's a look at what to expect from the restaurant.
We polled readers and coworkers to find out the best places to order a slice of pizza in the Hudson Valley.
Ever wonder where the best pho place is? Or whether you're missing out on some amazing Jamaican goat curry? Living in the Hudson Valley doesn't mean you give up these international delights, you just have to look a little harder to find them. We've made that a whole lot easier with our roundup of the best spots to revel in cuisine from around world.
Celebrity chefs David Burke and Todd English will headline the 2018 Saratoga Wine & Food Festival along with renowned, former Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz, on September 7-9. The three-day affair is certain to be both educational and delicious with six different events, including an exclusive Bugatti car show and the Fired Up! Grill Competition.
A New Delaware County Agritourism Venture Connects Farmers and Consumers
Kevin DePodwin and Lindsay Barton's new agritourism venture, Table to Farm Tours, takes guests on daylong excursions to four or five local farms, ranging from dairies to maple syrup producers, so consumers can meet the growers that make their food and see how their operations work.
Celebrate with a Light Prix-Fixe Meal and a Sale on 8/12
Casana T House, a boutique tea shop and farm-to-table restaurant, celebrates its first birthday with a light, prix-fixe meal and a sale on Sunday, August 12 at their location in Hillsdale.
Healthful Asian-Inspired Farm-Fresh Cuisine in Roxbury
The Kimchee Harvest Kitchen in Roxbury is aptly named, governed less by a reigning culinary influence than by a steadfast commitment to heeding the harvest and improvising in response.
In September, the New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce will host the 28th annual Taste of New Paltz festival. This one-day food and drink event at the Ulster County Fairgrounds will celebrate local restaurants, businesses, and distilleries, such as Schatzi’s Pub & Bier Garden, Lola’s Cafe, and La Charla—a new Mexican restaurant that opened in October 2017.
A selection of craft brews will be served, like Warwick Valley hard cider and other New York craft beers. KAS Spirits—a small-batch craft spirits distillery—will also be serving Krupnikas, a traditional Lithuanian alcoholic drink sweetened with honey and aromatic spices like vanilla, cinnamon, and cardamom.
“It’s like a business showcase but better. It’s a full flavor of everything that is New Paltz—from restaurants to food trucks to craft vendors. said Kati Haynes, Marketing Director of the New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce. "It’s really a great way for the local community and for the people from outside of New Paltz to really get to see what New Paltz is up to in all realms of business.”
Attendees can purchase $3-5 tastes from the festival’s different food and drink vendors. This year features a “Best of the Taste” competition with winners in three categories—Best Food Truck, Best Restaurant, and Best Winery/Distillery. Attendees can vote for their favorite businesses. Winners will receive an award.
Taste of New Paltz will also host its first-ever homemade apple pie contest. With both apple and pie connoisseurs as the judges, the contest closes at 11:30am, and winners will be announced at 1:00pm. (See the specific contest guidelines.)
In addition to face-painting, photo booths, arts & crafts, and a Dr. Seuss-themed children’s section, there will also be health & wellness practitioners, live music, and live demonstrations throughout the day. Taste of New Paltz will be held on September 16 from 11am to 5pm at the Ulster County Fairgrounds. Pre-sale tickets are $3. Regular tickets are $5. Children 12 and under have free entry. (Parking is free.)
Taste of New Paltz
Sunday, September 17, 11am-5pm
Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz, NY
BYOB—Bring Your Own Bib
August 10-12, The Amsterdam in Rhinebeck will inaugurate a new tradition: the midsummer clam bake, featuring clams, lobster, corn on the cob, and other yummies in addition to the regular dinner menu.
Destination Dining in Lake Placid
Chronogram Editorial Director, Brian K. Mahoney, heads to Lake Placid for a family vacation and stops in for a meal at Liquids and Solids—the lone beacon of adventurous cuisine in a village mainly known for having hosted the Olympics once upon a time.
The Hudson Valley's locally-grown food scene makes for a hodgepodge of regional cuisine.
Eat healthy without sacrificing flavor. As part of Sylvia Center's programming, students learn to cook a balanced meals together, such as this vegetable rice and dumplings recipe.