These stocked, artisanal supermarkets and grocery stores carry farm-fresh produce, regional spirits, and other Hudson Valley specialties.
From leisurely lunches and cocktails al fresco to romantic sunset dinners, the Hudson Valley's riverside restaurants have it all.
Hudson Valley cookbook author Julia Turshen shares a childhood dish with an unique preparation of Caribbean chicken pelau.
When it comes to scoring a prime cut, local butcher shops stock everything from marbled pork shoulder to homemade sausage and charcuterie.
These local vegetarian restaurants and hotspots with plant-based menu items are fit for everyone from vegans to fans of local produce.
Make this healthy and refreshing side dish for outdoor barbecues and lunchtime snacks alike to improve on the store-bought stuff.
Led by the duo behind The Farmhouse Project, the dining series invites food lovers to experience unforgettable meals at scenic locations.
Bulleit bourbon blends with fresh, local produce like strawberries, mint leaves, and lemon for the perfect spiked iced tea cocktail.
The Hudson Valley winery at Montgomery Mills includes a wine-making facility, hotel, restaurant, and more, with concerts and events to boot.
What better way to maintain your mountain-climbing mojo than with a tasty, filling, and relatively healthy homemade granola?
Savor the unique creations of these Hudson Valley donut shops, with flavors ranging from maple bacon to blueberry cobbler and beyond.
By the team behind The Dutch Ale House in Saugerties, the restaurant tempts with delectable dishes and drinks at the Woodstock Golf Club.
A cousin to quiche, this classic tart recipe uses the best seasonal ingredients found in the Hudson Valley.
Local berry farms are the sweetest spots for U-pick blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries during the summer season.
The father-daughter brewery brings New England IPAs, oven-baked pizza, and live music to a renovated Orange County barn.
The Rockland County brewery announces a third location near Kingston and completes development on its Beacon brewing site.
These simple guidelines will help you enjoy a safe Memorial Day weekend and a smooth summer grilling season.
Embrace the summer holiday vibes with the Hudson Valley's top brews, ciders, bottled cocktails, and other refreshing Memorial Day drinks.
New expansions in Fishkill, Kerhonkson, and Nyack provide the Hudson Valley with artisanal ice cream all season long.
Embrace the holiday vibes at home with to-go barbecue, fried chicken, and other bites from local restaurants.