In Woodstock, two chefs with Michelin-star training craft colorful chocolate bonbons with exotic flavors, along with a host of other sweets.
At these local restaurants, Hudson Valley chefs whip up inspired dishes that celebrate the season of autumn and fall flavors.
Is your palate ready for fall flavors? Infuse sweet potato soup with a sweet-and-spicy maple-smoked chile sauce for delicious dinners.
Nestled along Lark St, Keobi serves a fusion of traditional Nigerian cuisine and dishes that span from Africa to the Caribbean.
Local foodie favorites bring seasonal flavors and prix fixe price points. Have you reserved a table for Hudson Valley Restaurant Week yet?
Looking for the perfect whiskey to add depth to your favorite fall cocktails? Take a road trip to these distilleries to pick up a bottle.
A hip and sustainably-minded duo breathes new life into tea and spices from an Instagrammable storefront in Ulster County.
Three restaurateurs share what’s on the menu at their Thanksgiving celebrations, with recipes to help you recreate the dishes at home.
We know you have enough on your plate without stressing about what wines to serve for Thanksgiving, so we did the research for you.
Build a beautiful, locally sourced charcuterie board for your next get-together, with creative ideas from Sydney Thibault of Tout Le Fromage.
Real pumpkin and a serious amount of cheddar make this tasty recipe from Terrapin Chef Josh Kroner an autumn standout all season long.
The Hudson Valley's Bar Bene pours award-winning wines while educating guests on the craft from a colorful, mid-century modern bar.
Everyone’s favorite cookie gets an extra boost from delicious pumpkin with this fall-themed dessert staple in the Hudson Valley.
This charming wine bar in the village makes champagne approachable through fun pairings with food from Hudson Valley producers.
Enjoy this cinnamon-and-clove-spiced hot cider with a seasonal recipe perfected by Wilkens Fruit & Fir Farm in Yorktown Heights.
Yes, #pumpkinspice season is here in the Hudson Valley, with coffees, teas, and treats to celebrate everyone's favorite autumnal flavor.
From the chef behind Clermont Café, Columbia County's Iron and Grass puts a whole-animal spin on the steakhouse concept.
Had your fill of pie? Here are six other apple recipes you can make that are just as yummy that use Hudson Valley harvests to their fullest.
This German beer destination in Dutchess County continues a family tradition by crafting simple, classic brews and delicious pub grub.
Who makes the most lust-worthy apple cider donuts in the Hudson Valley? You cast your vote, now here are the results.