Enjoy an al fresco meal while taking in the Hudson Valley views at these local eateries, which keep diners safe via well-spaced patios and picnic tables.
When making the garlicky green stuff, skip the walnuts and add these nutty snacks found at several Hudson Valley shops instead.
For a healthy and refreshing meal, turn to bright Hudson Valley ingredients like wild herbs, whole grains, fresh citrus, and more.
A long-term Hudson Valley resident puts fresh and healthy twists on traditional Korean cuisine in a cozy-cute café environment.
Craft a healthier Hudson Valley brunch with these recipes for baked apple cinnamon French toast and strawberry, quinoa, and chia seed smoothies.
Loaded with the crisp and vibrant flavor of peas, plus green curry paste, toasted mustard seeds, and mint, this spring soup shines.
These three elixirs go beyond the classic cocktail and use Hudson Valley ingredients in creative and colorful ways for better beverages.
Perfect for dinners and anyone looking to have a little fun with their food, these savory noodle cups are endlessly customizable.
Restaurants across the region celebrate Easter with boozy brunches, traditional treats, and lots of lamb for dine-in specials and takeout packages.
You only need six ingredients to whip up the classic tasty treats that showcase the warm, nutty characteristics of charred coconut.
Dating back to the 18th century, the Hudson Valley hotel and restaurant comes back to life under the leadership of the team behind The Roundhouse in Beacon.
Old Factory Brewing Company, launched in 2020, continues the town of Cairo's legacy of bottling while brewing popular pale ales.
For a bright and flavorful vegetarian dish, these chickpea-based snacks are even tastier with a dollop of dill-and-garlic infused Greek yogurt.
After closing Il Barilotto in March 2020, Scott Rosenberg sparks the Hudson Valley dining scene with a decadent restaurant concept.
A Le Cordon Bleu chef runs a bakery café on Delafield Street, serving sourdoughs and pastries with ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley.
The Empire State Trail Brewery Passport connects outdoor enthusiasts with the Hudson Valley’s craft beer scene for a perfect pairing.
The Kingston-based company makes almond, cashew, and oat milks that are free of additives, preservatives, stabilizers, and gluten.
A Latin addition in Blauvelt, a Middle Eastern eatery in Hudson, and a Filipino deli in Woodstock make the month delicious.
With a brick-and-mortar location in Putnam County, the Hudson Valley spice company offers the freshest wares around.
A more mature take on the signature cocktail of Sex and the City fans, this modified cosmo is perfect for happy hours in the Hudson Valley.