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Hudson Valley Restaurant Week 2018 

Dine at participating restaurants in March as part of this food extravaganza.

click to enlarge Butterfield's Radish Salad
  • Butterfield's Radish Salad

The twice-yearly Hudson Valley Restaurant Week returns March 12 through 25, featuring over 200 participating eateries. Restaurants will provide inexpensive, three-course meals, and are encouraged to use locally sourced products and ingredients. During this two-week event, restaurants offer three-course, prix-fixe dinner menus for $32.95 and lunch menus for $22.95. Restaurant Week is all about making connections between farmers, chefs, and consumers. No matter where you are in the Hudson Valley, Restaurant Week is cooking in every county, from Canterbury Brook Inn in Cornwall to The Village Tearoom in New Paltz to Cathryn's Tuscan Grill in Cold Spring to the newly reopened Troutbeck in Amenia. Local from the ground up, Restaurant Week is organized by Valley Table magazine. Publisher Janet Crawshaw says that the mission of HVRW, one of the largest events of its kind in the country, "is to support the local economy and showcase the culinary talent and abundance in the Hudson Valley." 


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