All That Java establishes permanent locations in Rhinebeck and Tivoli, with a Hannaford kiosk in Kingston and more to come.
Enjoy an al fresco meal while taking in the Hudson Valley views at these local eateries, which keep diners safe via well-spaced patios and picnic tables.
A long-term Hudson Valley resident puts fresh and healthy twists on traditional Korean cuisine in a cozy-cute café environment.
Dating back to the 18th century, the Hudson Valley hotel and restaurant comes back to life under the leadership of the team behind The Roundhouse in Beacon.
After closing Il Barilotto in March 2020, Scott Rosenberg sparks the Hudson Valley dining scene with a decadent restaurant concept.
A Le Cordon Bleu chef runs a bakery café on Delafield Street, serving sourdoughs and pastries with ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley.
A Latin addition in Blauvelt, a Middle Eastern eatery in Hudson, and a Filipino deli in Woodstock make the month delicious.
With poached eggs, stacked pancakes, and bottomless bubbly, these Hudson River restaurants make the most of morning meals.
Grainne operates out of the former Duo Bistro space with multiple menus, fresh-baked goods, and a market full of Hudson Valley products.
The acclaimed Hudson Valley restaurant begins the first season of its chef residency with Chefs Omar Tate and Johnny Ortiz.
Whether you're planning a date night at home or heading to a restaurant, there are plenty of delicious Valentine's Day celebrations in the region.
As the mercury drops, restaurants are employing new ideas, relying on take out, and even opting to close to survive COVID’s winter woes.
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.