Taste and discover food from award-winning restaurants featuring Long Island Cheese Pumpkins produced for Glynwood’s Kitchen Cultivars project. Sample and buy bottles of locally produced hard craft cider for your Thanksgiving gatherings!
Restaurant North, The Village TeaRoom, Crabtree’s Kittle House, Gaskins, L’Express, Panzur
Participating Cider Makers:
Angry Orchard Innovation Ciderhouse, Awestruck Ciders, Bad Seed Cider, Brooklyn Cider House, Doc’s Draft Hard Cider, Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Naked Flock Cider, Nine Pin Ciderworks, Orchard Hill Cider Mill, Pennings Orchards, Slyboro Cider House, Treasury Cider
Tickets are $35; $40 at the door. Price includes 6 seasonal dishes and tastes of dozens of hard ciders.
Smooth, sweet and delicious, the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin is one of America’s original cultivars. Bred for its elegance and culinary versatility in Long Island, this pumpkin now thrives in the Hudson Valley and is prized by farmers and chefs.
A partnership between Glynwood and the Hudson Valley Seed Company, Kitchen Cultivars unites farmers and restaurateurs in raising awareness for regional biodiversity and Hudson Valley food culture.