5 Eateries to Check out This Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

Local foodie favorites bring seasonal flavors and prix-fixe price points. Have you reserved a table for Hudson Valley Restaurant Week yet?

For food enthusiasts in the Hudson Valley—cough, cough, everyone—the most magical time of the year is almost here. That’s right, Valley Table‘s Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is right around the corner.

In anticipation of the two weeks of culinary extravagance, which kicks off on October 30 and runs until November 12, we got in touch with a few of the masterminds behind the leading eateries in the Hudson Valley. New this fall, for lunch and/or dinner at participating establishments, diners will choose between four price points: $44.95, $39.95, $29.95, and $24.95. Now, find a great eatery near you and make a reservation—it’s the only way to stop the stomach rumblings.


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1730 Wine Bar

Mount Vernon

In Westchester, you’ll find the warm and friendly atmosphere at 1730 Wine Bar to be inviting and memorable. A labor of love and family support has turned this wine bar into a unique business that meshes passion with food. Great cuisine, cold beers, and an amazing selection of wine make 1730 an excellence choice for dining this Restaurant Week, whether you choose to sit inside or outside on the cozy patio.


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Not only is 1730 vegetarian-friendly, but it also serves vegan dishes at the Restaurant Week price point of $44.95 for dinner Tuesday through Friday. The dinner deal includes a pick from tempting starters like vegetable spring rolls, a combination of carrots, cabbage, corn, and herbs, complete with a delectable sweet chili sauce, For a full-on flavor bomb, try the teriyaki meatballs topped with sesame seeds, then thank us later.


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Entrées include 1730’s white wine pasta, which combines rich pasta with savory chicken, or Tuscan salmon with the chef’s selection between glazed carrots, yellow rice, roasted sweet potatoes, or asparagus as sides. A Wagyu burger or NY strip steak round out the entrée plates, and dessert concludes the dinner with macarons or decadent chocolate fudge cake.

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Blue Fox Motel


At the heart of the Blue Fox Motel in the Catskills is a dining experience like no other. The motel’s cozy woodland restaurant and bar features seasonal specials and American and international fare made with delicious local ingredients. Blue Fox Motel’s fall Restaurant Week offerings include dinner for $39.95 any day of the week, complete with delicious seasonal dishes.


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Appetizers at the restaurant and bar include meat croquettes, grilled squid with a lemon mustard and caper sauce, cream of shrimp soup, or a strawberry and spinach salad for a vegan option. Moving on to the main event, enjoy a selection from four indulgent dishes including roast lamb shank, cod with whipped truffle potatoes, vegetable gratin for vegan and gluten-free diners, or pork loin with orange sauce for something zesty.

Don’t miss out on the dessert options, which include an apple strudel that is perfect for fall apple season, a gluten-free chocolate mousse, or an orange tart.

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Heritage Food + Drink

Wappingers Falls

In the heart of Dutchess County, Heritage specializes in New American, globally influenced, farm-to-table cuisine, made possible by the numerous surrounding farms in the area. Handcrafted cocktails and local beer are the perfect additions to any meal at this restaurant, which features over 300 seats including two bars, a recently renovated outdoor patio, and two main dining rooms. Winner of over 20 “Best of Hudson Valley” awards since it opened, Heritage is a must-visit in the Dutchess area.

For Restaurant Week, Heritage showcases a prix-fixe menu at two price points: $39.95 for lunch and $44.95 for dinner. The lunch menu is chock-full of seasonal flavors and favorites, starting with a sweet potato tempura with maple aioli and chili-rubbed ribeye steak tips with a cilantro peanut pesto. The fall flavors carry over into the entree dishes, with a choice between a porchetta and broccoli rabe hero, butternut squash ravioli, or grilled chicken gyro.

Dessert does not disappoint with gourmet black and white cream puffs (cookies and cream flavored cream inside chocolate sauce drizzled cream puffs) or pumpkin pie tarts, which come complete with whipped marshmallow and caramel.

Java Love Coffee Roasting Co


If you’re wondering where to get freshly-roasted coffee and farm-fresh breakfast, head to downtown Suffern to check out Java Love Coffee Roasting Co. Taking over the space that was once a Capital One bank, Java Love converted the lot into a café and coffee bar where they roast their own coffee beans in-house. A visit to the shop gets your front row seats to see the roasting process, along with sweet treats to snack or sip on while you’re there.

Java Love’s prix-fixe Restaurant Week menu includes a lunch or brunch meal for two guests at $39.95 from Monday to Sunday. Diners get a pick of two appetizers, two entrees, and two desserts for the price point, which is quite the steal! Brunch starts with a mixed green salad, fruit plate, or Greek yogurt with granola, then moves on to an extensive choice of entrees ranging from sweet breakfasts like challah French toast to classic lunch items like melts and sandwiches. The avocado toast and poached eggs make for a healthy meal, while the salmon cream cheese bagel satisfies a Sunday craving.

All desserts are house-made and topped with ice cream. The chocolate brownie and NY coffee cake both come with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, while the chocolate chip ice cream cookie sandwich is filled with it.



Located at Resorts World Catskills, Lotus combines the elegance of an inspired menu with the authenticity of Chinese delicacies in a fine dining atmosphere. Whether you’re staying in the hotel, golfing at Monster Golf Club, or just visiting, Lotus is more than worth the meal. Sunday through Tuesday, this restaurant serves a prix-fixe menu for dinner at $44.95 per person, which provides diners with one appetizer, entree, and dessert, and the option to add $24 to the bill for respective wine pairings.

Start off dinner with crispy rice tofu, served with sweet red onion and scallions, or pan-fried pot stickers with a ginger soy sauce dip. Make the main course an occasion to remember with stir-fried shrimp and scallops mixed with asparagus, snow peas, broccoli, and carrots in a sweet and savory brown garlic sauce, or opt for the wok-fried Sichuan salmon for a kick. Other entrees are classics like sweet and sour chicken and pepper steak.

Finish the night with a cool dessert like dark chocolate gelato or tangy and fruity mango sorbet.

Related: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Announced Its Fall Dates

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