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?
From the chef behind Clermont Café, Columbia County's Iron and Grass puts a whole-animal spin on the steakhouse concept.
This German beer destination in Dutchess County continues a family tradition by crafting simple, classic brews and delicious pub grub.
The Chopped celebrity chef dishes on his new cookbook and what’s next on the menu at Cellaio, his Resorts World Catskills restaurant.
From morning to night, the Columbia County hotspot keeps the drinks flowing, whether from the espresso machine or the wine bottle.
The meat-free eatery serves up healthy and delicious bites ranging from sweet potato fries to vegan whoopie pies in Goshen.
Rockland County Chef Michelle Timothee shares the tradition of Haitian cuisine and her family's legacy with the Hudson Valley.
A few new eateries in New Paltz, a sweet tooth spot in Woodstock, and a vodka collab in Orange County make the month delicious.
Enjoy an al fresco meal while taking in the Hudson Valley views at these local eateries, which delight with farm-to-table fare and more.
A sweet shop in Beacon's food hall, a brick-oven pizza eatery in Florida, and delightful donut spot in Kingston make the month delicious.
Located inside an unassuming strip mall in Dutchess County, KorPot dazzles Hudson Valley foodies with authentic Asian fare.
Looking for the tacos that took the internet by storm? Here's where to find birria-stuffed tortillas with all the fixings locally.
From leisurely lunches and cocktails al fresco to romantic sunset dinners, the Hudson Valley's riverside restaurants have it all.
These local vegetarian restaurants and hotspots with plant-based menu items are fit for everyone from vegans to fans of local produce.
By the team behind The Dutch Ale House in Saugerties, the restaurant tempts with delectable dishes and drinks at the Woodstock Golf Club.
After a year informed by takeout and going casual, do diners still want white tablecloths, doting service, and elegant cuisine?
Head to these Valley spots to grab a split-top roll piled high with mayo-dressed or butter-bathed shellfish.
The former Fish & Game space finds a new life with a lighter, Italian menu powered by Hudson Valley ingredients.
Top 10 new brews, the best places to grab a bite and a beer, two beverage trails to try this spring — plus the future of the industry.