Treat yourself or your friends to delicious breakfast and lunch cuisine from crunchy waffles to eggs benedict – and don’t forget the mimosas.
Led by a local entrepreneur and a top Hudson Valley chef, Pure brings trap brunches and nightlife to the 845.
All That Java establishes a permanent pop-up in Montgomery Row, with more franchise locations to come in Dutchess County.
Are you ready for a full year of delicious dining along the Hudson River? Plus, new breweries and distilleries make first appearances.
With options for vegans, vegetarians, and everyone in-between, these local eateries deliver flavor and nutrition all on one plate.
An Indian kitchen in Nyack and a winery café in Germantown add flavor to the region.
Whether you have an intolerance or are trying to eat less wheat, these cafés craft treats so scrumptious you’ll never guess they’re gluten-free.
After honing their skills at The Gilded Otter in New Paltz, the husband-and-wife team opened Creekside Bar & Bistro for the Ulster County community.
A French bistro in New Paltz, a Mexican hangout in Putnam Valley, and a Middle Eastern café in Saugerties add spice to the region.
A passion project for three friends, Brix Gastropub has a menu that traverses the globe and a cocktail roster that satisfies every palate.
Led by Culinary Institute alum Charlie Palmer, Willow brings fine dining to Mirbeau Inn & Spa.
The Arlington eatery is the third location for Savona’s, which also dishes up deliciousness in Kingston and Red Hook.
At The Green Bowl Café, healthy twists on acai bowls, arepas, and empanadas take local lunches to the next level.
Owned by a Best of Hudson Valley chef, Mario’s Sandwich Company is a Jewish-Italian deli with culinary flair in Wappingers Falls.
An ice cream shop in Tivoli, a bookstore bar in Newburgh, and a Puerto Rican restaurant in Fishkill spice up the region.
A build-your-own ramen shop in Poughkeepsie, a community cereal bar in New Paltz, and an upscale takeout spot in Bardonia spice up the region.
As part of the renovation to its Newburgh location, Adams Fairacre Farms debuts an old-school pizzeria to fuel the Hudson Valley.
Plus, say a teary farewell to these now-closed eateries along the Hudson River.
The laid-back bar brings German soft pretzels and a top-tier selection of beer to East Market Street.
A pick-your-own-crust pizzeria in Kingston and a custom cannoli shop in Wappingers Falls spice up the region.