With the weather getting warmer and warmer each week, we all deserve a meal to celebrate the arrival of spring in the Valley. Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is March 16-29, with a hefty offering of cuisines and atmospheres — find the full list of participating eateries here. With options spanning all of the Hudson Valley and Westchester, here are six great options to get your foodie fix.
Part of the Brotherhood Winery experience, 1839 Restaurant & Bar embraces rustic design with American flair. Order a glass of vino, then ooh and ahh over specials like Hudson Valley sweet corn and seafood chowder, Guinness-braised sirloin, and crispy panko-crusted burrata with Hepworth Farm tomato jam. For dessert, the Irish cream bread pudding is a delicious tie-in with St. Patrick’s Day.
84 Brotherhood Plaza Dr, Washingtonville
Cozy up to Aroma Osteria’s inviting dining room, serving an extensive selection of Italian wines. For Restaurant Week, try the orecchiette rustiche with fennel sausage, broccoli rabe, and sun-dried tomatoes; and for dessert, you may just have to order all three options: tiramisu, torta caprese, and the sorbetto or gelato of the day.
114 Old Post Rd, Wappingers Falls
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For authentic Tuscan cuisine in Nyack, Broadway Bistro is the way to go. The South Broadway eatery serves Restaurant Week meals every day but Tuesday and treats diners to mouthwatering dishes like house-made poached pear and gorgonzola ravioli, seafood linguini, and roasted branzino. End the meal with the homemade caramelized apple cheesecake for an unforgettable finish.
3 S Broadway, Nyack
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Situated on Cold Spring’s always charming Main Street, Cathryn’s offers authentic Tuscan cuisine in a cozy dining room — which is reached by way of the blooming garden. With an incredibly warming ambience, a night at Cathryn’s is sure to fill your stomach and soothe your soul. The menu keeps to a Northern Italian cuisine, so be sure to try what other Italian restaurants may not offer — like the grilled partridge with blackberries or pulled rabbit with fresh pappardelle pasta.
91 Main St, Cold Spring
Situated in the quaint Buttermilk Falls Inn, Henry’s at the Farm obtains many of its ingredients from its on-premise farm, marked on the menu with a Llama icon, for added charm. Before your meal, take a stroll through their storybook-esque gardens, featuring majestic views of the Hudson River. For dinner, try the roast rack of lamb provencal, served with baby carrots and potato gratin, or the grilled Tomahawk 48 oz steak, accompanied by frizzled red onions.
220 North Rd, Milton
A mainstay in the Hudson Valley since 1925, The Ship Lantern Inn is a true dining delight with black-tie service and crisp white tablecloths. On the menu, the local icon delivers farm-fresh flavor in the form of cream of butternut squash bisque with Hudson Valley honey and local free-range turkey with apple-walnut stuffing. Even dessert gets the local treatment, with tempting bites like Caradonna Farm apple crisp and Lukan Farm honey-infused crème brûlée.
1725 Rte 9W, Milton