Local restaurants make it easy to bring home gourmet holiday treats, sides, and even whole turkeys without lifting a finger in the kitchen.
Hudson River restaurants serve up new takes on seasonal flavors alongside classic turkey dinners and pumpkin pie for the holiday.
CIA graduate and "celebrity chef" Frank Pinello brings Brooklyn-style pies to New Paltz via his new shop, Best Pizza. Can it live up to the name?
What happens when a Brooklyn-based couple opens up a restaurant in the Catskills? The result is a family affair that's highly delicious.
Put your pinkies out and visit local tea rooms for English breakfast and more paired with dainty pastries and bite-sized sandwiches.
Local foodie favorites bring seasonal flavors and prix fixe price points. Have you reserved a table for Hudson Valley Restaurant Week yet?
Powered by a love of baking, Angie's Bake Shop & Café tempts visitors with cookies, sandwiches, and more in Putnam County.
A mainstay in Beacon, Homespun Foods delights from a.m. to p.m. with tempting bowls, sandwiches, and a stellar wine list.
A beloved ice cream shop in Stone Ridge is under new ownership. Come for ice cream cones and stay for their menu of savory staples.
At these local restaurants, Hudson Valley chefs whip up inspired dishes that celebrate the season of autumn and fall flavors.
Looking to switch it up from your standard omelets, pancakes, and scrambles? Head to these restaurants for brunch treats from around the world.
The New York Times calls this restaurant one of the best in the country, and Bon Appétit says it's "ferociously local meat-heavy cooking."
By the team behind The Dutch Ale House in Saugerties, the restaurant tempts with delectable dishes and drinks at the Woodstock Golf Club.
Located in Hillsdale, the Alpine-inspired resort invites skiers, snowboarders, and outdoors lovers to Columbia County.
Though we're nearly 4,000 miles away from la France métropolitaine, there is so much incredible French cuisine to enjoy in the Hudson Valley.
Led by the teams behind Liberty Street Bistro, Colorcube Print Co., and Society of Lash, The Jet Set adds flair to Newburgh.
Located inside the historic Peekskill train station, The Central is a coffee shop by day and a bistro and bar by night.
With farm-fresh ricotta toast and fried chicken sandwiches, Golden Russet Café and Grocery wants to be Dutchess County’s go-to eatery.
Stop by the new location of Isaan Thai Star, where you'll find excellent bites, local beer, and live music in Hudson.
Rooftop bars are ideal destinations for summer evenings in the Valley. Enjoy local beer, wine, or a cocktail at these sky-high hangout spots.