These are the most exciting newcomers to the Hudson Valley's delicious food and beverage scene. Plus, eateries that closed their doors for good.
The Hudson Valley eatery serves up deliciously simple takes on high-quality dishes along the waterfront city’s hottest block.
As the temperature outside begins to drop, stay toasty and enjoy a hearty meal alongside a roaring fire at these rustic restaurants and bars.
57 burgers. 44 towns. No matter where in the Hudson Valley you may be, the perfect hamburger, cheeseburger, or veggie burger is waiting for you.
Don't call it Sicilian! At the Hudson Valley’s first Detroit-style pizzeria, crispy cheese and square corners is the Motor City mantra.
Hudson Valley restaurants offer special menus for safe in-person dining and socially distant curbside pickup through the holidays.
Smoky Rock BBQ takes socially distant dining to the next level with outdoor bubble pods in Rhinebeck.
The fan-favorite Hudson Valley restaurant debuts its second location in Dutchess County — plus, the Middletown eatery's chef makes an appearance on Chopped.
Chef and owner Daniel Bagnall brings Brooklyn vibes, unconventional wines, and vegetable-forward dishes to his little corner of the Hudson Valley.
A photographer and his wife team up on an organic, naturally fermented bake shop that tempts Hudson Valleyites with bread, cruffins, and pastries galore.
After getting started in Rockland County, the Hudson Valley bakery café joins Crepini, Sloop Brewing Co., and more at iPark 84.
Local restaurants make it easy to bring home gourmet holiday treats, sides, and even whole turkeys without lifting a finger in the kitchen.
With a small plates menu and innovative tipping structure, The Greekish is a mouthwatering new twist for the fomer 8 North Broadway in Rockland County.
A custom pizzeria in High Falls, a farm-to-table market in Hudson, and a facelift for a beloved whiskey brand have locals buzzing this month.
Local foodie favorites bring their A-game with seasonal flavors and prix fixe price points. Have you reserved a table (or planned your takeout order) yet?
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.
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.
Led by a former NYPD officer, Grandpa Moustache's Cheesecakes brings delectable New York City-style desserts to Washingtonville in Orange County.
Headlines from the Hudson Valley dining scene.