The Rhinebeck restaurant brings Gaelic tradition, upscale comfort fare, and local ingredients to its quiet corner of Garden Street.
The Cairo café is a husband-and-wife operation that perfects light-as-air croissants, crispy pizzas, and farm-to-table sandwiches that locals adore.
The Hudson Valley's spooktacular craft beverages give new meaning to the whole notion of a spirit guide during the region's most haunted season.
The Dutchess County brewery unveils Open Waters, a paid internship to encourage diversity and teach participants about the Valley's craft beverage scene.
It’s maple syrup season! Make the most of it by pairing the sweet ingredient with ripe pears and melty Brie for an easy dish that everyone will love.
The autumnal recipe makes two tempting loaves of pumpkin bread that taste equally wonderful with coffee as they do a scoop of ice cream.
Catskill Mountain Tea Company embraces the folklore and romance of the Catskill Mountains to craft loose teas that evoke local memories with every cup.
The Drowned Lands Brewery experiments with farmhouse techniques and microflora from the Black Dirt region to craft one-of-a-kind beers out of a historic Warwick building.
Led by a Hudson Valley couple with 25-plus years of restaurant experience, the catering and event program fuses Brazilian and Ukrainian flavors with hyperlocal ingredients.
Impress your guests – or yourself – with fall-themed drinks that embrace cozy flavors like cinnamon, honey, and maple syrup.
After a chance encounter in 2015, the hobby cider makers turned their passion for apples and fermentation into a hard cider company that spotlights the Valley’s wildest fruit.
The easy, late-summer recipe is a terrific way to make the most of the Hudson Valley's tomato harvest while incorporating pantry staples.
Follow this simple recipe for a classic fall treat that is super easy to make (and even easier to eat!). P.S. It tastes best with Hudson Valley pumpkins.
Pumpkin beer? Golden ales? The Hudson Valley's craft breweries bring their A-game this fall with a smattering of seasonal releases.
The historic former home of legendary mobster and bootlegger Dutch Schultz pours bourbon, gin, and rye in the Hudson Valley once more.
Led by the owner of the much-beloved Il Barilotto Enoteca, Il Figlio Enoteca is the next chapter for authentic Italian fare in Dutchess County.
Based at Van Houten Farms in Pearl River, Rockland Cider Works is a husband-and-wife cidery known for its dry ciders and crazy flavors.
Use apples from your trip to one of the Hudson Valley's picturesque apple orchards to make this creamy, comforting soup for dinner.
Led by a former NYPD officer, Grandpa Moustache's Cheesecakes brings delectable New York City-style desserts to Washingtonville in Orange County.
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