For simple soups, risottos, and braised dishes alike, this chicken stock will elevate your home cooking in the Hudson Valley.
These are the most exciting newcomers to the Hudson Valley's delicious food and beverage scene. Plus, eateries that closed their doors for good.
This savory game-day party dip satisfies with flavorful onions, gooey Gruyere cheese, and any amber ale of your choosing.
The Walden cidery shares this seasonal cocktail, which features whiskey, honey ginger syrup, and a touch of spice from cinnamon and star anise.
The Hudson Valley eatery serves up deliciously simple takes on high-quality dishes along the waterfront city’s hottest block.
The Port Jervis storefront is a must for art, reclaimed furniture, and baked treats inside a Brooklyn-esque interior.
Whether you crave triple chocolate, buttery shortbread, or sprinkles galore, local bakers have just the sweet snack for you.
As the temperature outside begins to drop, stay toasty and enjoy a hearty meal alongside a roaring fire at these rustic restaurants and bars.
Adobe Stock | Photo by Jag_Cs From grain to glass, these distillers utilize Hudson Valley ingredients to craft whiskeys, rums, and vodkas at scenic destinations. There’s a reason the locals are typically found in high ...
Indulge in warm hot chocolatey goodness throughout the winter months from some of the Hudson Valley's best cafes, bakeries, and more.
Nothing beats a hot cup of soup on a cold night, and this cream of broccoli soup recipe from The Culinary Institute of America is one for the books.
57 burgers. 44 towns. No matter where in the Hudson Valley you may be, the perfect hamburger, cheeseburger, or veggie burger is waiting for you.
Don't call it Sicilian! At the Hudson Valley’s first Detroit-style pizzeria, crispy cheese and square corners is the Motor City mantra.
The buttery shortbread cookies are incredibly versatile and easy-to-prepare treats that will please your entire family throughout the holidays.
A French restaurant in Sparkill, a Beacon butchery expansion at Hudson Valley Food Hall, and more add flavor to the region.
Nothing is as festive as white chocolate and peppermint bark during the holidays in the Hudson Valley, and this recipe is as easy as one-two-three.
Two local hot sauce brands heat things up with spicy and not-so-spicy bottles that make everything from burgers to omelets so much more delicious.
Hudson Valley restaurants offer special menus for safe in-person dining and socially distant curbside pickup through the holidays.
The Millbrook-based distillery and orchard taps into family talents to craft its signature apple brandy, pommeau, and whiskey in Dutchess County.
Beans Cat Cafe is the Hudson Valley's one-stop shop for cat lovers who want to cuddle with furry friends in need of homes on Main Street.