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Wine by the Wallkill: City Winery Hudson Valley at Montgomery Mills

Wine by the Wallkill: City Winery Hudson Valley at Montgomery Mills

From Happy Hour to Date Night Dinners to Concerts and Private Events, this Converted Industrial Complex is a One-Stop Destination
In the two years since it opened amid the century-old buildings of a former cotton mill and knitting factory, City Winery Hudson Valley has become a welcome destination for intimate dinners, vibrant happy hours, weekend shows, elegant weddings, and great wines.

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PAKT to End Onsite Dining with Last Brunch Service August 8

Food Truck, Private Events, and Catering to Continue
To live—and dine—in Kingston over the past two years has been a dizzying experience, as businesses have opened and shut in the revolving door of the pandemic.

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Kitty's Restaurant Now Open

When Kitty’s cafe and market opened in September 2020, it brought a much needed jolt to the Hudson waterfront.

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Make City Winery Hudson Valley Your Next Weekend Escape

The Montgomery venue has award-winning wine, farm-to-table eats, rockin’ tunes, and dreamy new digs where you can lay your head
City Winery Hudson Valley in Montgomery is a one-stop-shop for enjoying the Hudson Valley's arts, culture, and fine dining offerings to the fullest.

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Hyperlocal Fare Shines at The Vintage at the Millbrook Inn

Despite being just 28, the head chef for the Vintage at the recently reimagined Millbrook Inn, Zac Olson, cooks with the restrained elegance and intuitive balancing of someone many years his senior. He came of age in Hudson Valley restaurant kitchens as the farm-to-table movement was dawning, and brings a culinary ethos deeply rooted in a sense of place to the food program at the inn with a seasonally shifting menu that sources 75 percent of its ingredients from within 15 miles of the restaurant.

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Rosie General Comes to Kingston's Rondout District

Bakery, Butchery, Deli, Grocery...And Soon a Raw Bar and a Bar Bar Under Michelin-Starred Chef Anthony Sasso
After climbing the ranks and earning a Michelin star as chef de cuisine at Casa Mono, a five-month roadtrip, a gauntlet bread baking training, Anthony Sasso has returned home to his native Kingston to open Rosie General with his three sisters.

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The Academy Food Hall in Poughkeepsie Opening Soon

The soon-to-open Academy Food Hall has revitalized two vacant buildings in downtown Poughkeepsie. Open daily, the location includes a slew of restaurants, serving up everything from burgers to bao and baked goods, plus a provisions market, bar, and event space.

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Let’s Go, Pho: Warwick's New Asian Eatery Next to 14 Slated to Open Mid-July

Slated to open mid-July, Next to 14 is restaurateur Damien George's take on pan Asian favorites like bao, ramen, pho, and bahn mi, served with craft cocktails and local beer.

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Beloved Phoenicia Pancake Spot Sweet Sue’s Reopens As an All-Day Cafe

After the pandemic shuttered Sweet Sue's for two years, the longtime Phoenicia favorite is finally back under new management. But don't worry, the new owners bought Sue's famous pancake recipes, which return to the griddle for the first time today, complement the expanded menu of diner-adjacent breakfast fare and a house smoked meats program.

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Soy: Homestyle Japanese Cooking in Rosendale

Like the pandemic, 9/11 was a major, tragic, and world-rattling event that caused many people to reevaluate their lives and careers.

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Cold Spring's Cambodian Food Pop-Up

In Summer Months, the Backyard of Nice & Neat Dry Cleaner Becomes a Southeast Asian Oasis
On weekends from May through October, the backyard of the otherwise nondescript Nice & Neat Dry Cleaning transforms into a Cambodian food pop-up amid a lush oasis complete with a babbling creek and Buddhist statues. Here, owners Sakura Kim and Chakra Oeur dish out traditional Cambodian dishes from dumplings and egg rolls to curries like Nam Banh Chok.

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Que Lo Que: Woodstock to Get its First Dominican Restaurant

From Pop-Up to Permanent Fixture on the Village Green
In February, Shindig in Woodstock closed its doors after seven years on the Village Green serving up burgers, tinker tots, and friendly vibes. In late June or early July the space will come alive again with Que Lo Que, a Dominican food pop-up-turned-restaurant by chef Sam Fernandez, with Caribbean eats and batched cocktails.

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The Hog in Wappingers Falls: Sandwich Specialists

Under new chef-owner Adam Sternberg, Wappingers Falls cafe the Hog (formerly the Ground Hog) has switched from sit-down to fast casual service and upped the culinary ante with global flavor influences, clever twists on classics, and seasonal specials that highlight local farms.

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Darlings in Tillson Opens Today!

The Reenvisioned Roadhouse Serves Up Southern Comfort Food & Craft Cocktails
In the old location of the Postage Inn in Tillson, Darlings celebrates its grand opening today, with a fully reinvisioned interior, a new 4,000 square foot patio, craft cocktails, and a menu of Southern comfort food.

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Garrison's Historic Bird & Bottle Inn Now Open for Dining

Established in 1761, Dutch Colonial classic the Bird & Bottle Inn was a key waypoint for Hudson Highlands travelers before, during, and after the revolution. In the 1940s, it rose to prominence as a culinary destination frequented by celebrities, foodies, and starlets. After a painstaking renovation by local entrepreneurs and developers Marjorie Tarter and Brendan MacAlpine, the Bird has reopened to the public for dinner and weekend brunch. The hotel will open at a later date, with private events and weddings also to resume.

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