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Support Hudson Valley Restaurants During Quarantine With These Delicious Food Deals Coronavirus in the Hudson Valley, RestaurantsWant to lend a hand to local eateries during the coronavirus crisis? In addition to curbside pick-up and takeout orders, make the most of food-centric discounts and family specials.
Here’s What to Do in the Hudson Valley This Week During Self-Isolation Coronavirus in the Hudson Valley, Homepage Slider, Things To DoA film festival in Beacon, a bridal market in Montgomery, and more from this week’s picks for Hudson Valley events.
Columbia County’s Powerhouse Brewery Is a Marvel Inside an 1851 Mercantile Building BeerWhat happens when an award-winning female brewer and a Zagat-rated chef join forces in Hillsdale? The result is Roe Jan Brewing Co.
A Chat With the Star of Hudson Valley-Based Podcast Welcome to Night Vale Things To DoPhotos by Veronica Rose unless otherwise noted Host Cecil Palmer talks fans, local food, and why this tour, which stops at Colony in Woodstock, will be his last. UPDATE: Cranor’s show is postponed due to coronavirus concerns. Until it returns, binge-listen Welcome to Night Vale on your favorite podcasting platform. Since its debut in 2012, podcast Welcome […]
5 Dining Day Trips to Eat Your Way Through the Hudson Valley FoodHead to these towns for a taste of quirky cafés, hipster food havens, and upscale establishments.
Rhinebeck’s Matchbox Café Celebrates 10 Years of Burgers and Farm-to-Table Treats RestaurantsPhoto by Sabrina Sucato No day trip to town is complete without comfort food and a shmoogie cookie from The Matchbox Café. The Matchbox Café is the sort of place you don’t want to share with friends. It’s the sort of place that’s so good and so wonderful in its simplicity that it’s almost too […]
Chopped Star Scott Conant’s Latest Restaurant Venture Is Here in the Hudson Valley FoodWe recently sat down at Conant’s newest venture, Cellaio, an Italian-inspired steakhouse at Resorts World Catskills in Monticello.
Cold Spring’s Historic Chapel Is a Home Base for Culture and Community Arts CultureThe Chapel Restoration tempts locals with Hudson River views and internationally acclaimed talent during music concerts and readings.
This Emerald Cocktail Is the Only Thing to Drink on St. Patrick’s Day RecipesWith creme de menthe and crisp cider, Angry Orchard's Luck of the Orchard recipe is the perfect way to cheers to the holiday.
What to Do at West Point: Spend 24 Hours in the Historic Town Things To DoThe former Revolutionary War fortress is now a happening historic destination with great food to boot.
Preview St. Patrick’s Day With This Pearl River Parade Photo Arts CultureThe 58th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade steps off on March 22.
The Hudson Valley’s Coolest Gastropubs, Local Brewers’ All-Time Favorite Beers, and Craft Beverage Day Trips RestaurantsTop 10 new brews, the best places to grab a bite and a beer, two beverage trails to try this spring — plus the future of the industry.
A New Janis Joplin Biography Offers an Intimate Look Into the Singer’s Life and Music Arts Culture, PublicationsHudson Valley author Holly George-Warren chronicles another musical legend.
Get Your Irish on at Happening Hudson Valley Bars Food, Things To DoHere's where to go to toast St. Patrick (or watch the big game) locally.
The Fight to Bring Oysters Back to the Hudson River Featured Articles, FoodNew York nonprofit Billion Oyster Project works to repopulate one of the Hudson River's keystone species.
Remembering Hudson Valley Artist Jan Sawka Arts CultureAn exhibit at The Samuel Dorsky Museum in New Paltz chronicles the late counter-culture artist's memories of childhood in exile during the Cold War.