Adults only! Angry Orchard cider, Fireball, and vanilla ice cream – plus a Cinnamon Toast Crunch rim – combine to form a refreshing dessert.
Have a hankering for Southern food? Check out these restaurants for fried chicken, barbecue pork, and more comfort food in the Hudson Valley.
Everyone's favorite warm-weather vegetable gets a culinary upgrade on the grill, as fries, and even turned into pancakes.
La Puerta Azul in Millbrook shows us how to combine two classic cocktail recipes for the perfect summertime sip in the Hudson Valley.
Make this Father's Day memorable with a delectable meal that dad will love from one of these Hudson Valley restaurants.
Use fresh Hudson Valley berries in these refreshing summer cocktails, including mojitos, boozy lemonades, and more.
Head to these Valley spots to grab a split-top roll piled high with mayo-dressed or butter-bathed shellfish.
Look no further for a seasonal dessert recipe that's the perfect way to use up all those freshly picked Hudson Valley strawberries.
All about those summer flavors? Look no further than this juicy peach barrel cocktail for a refreshing drink that's sure to please.
Want a showstopping breakfast that's a breeze to prepare? This blueberry French toast is scrumptious with a warm maple rum sauce.
Looking for brunch in Albany? Whether you're in search of a morning meal that's bougie or boozy, the Capital Region has it all.
Local berry farms are the sweetest spots for U-pick blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries during the summer season.
The Baker's Tale whips up classic confections and Mad Batters gluten-free treats alike from its bakery shop in the Hudson Valley.
To give watermelon a compressed steak-like texture, Clock Tower Grill in Brewster's chef vacuum seals his watermelon while it marinates.
Embrace the summer holiday vibes with these Hudson Valley brews, ciders, bottled cocktails, and other refreshing Memorial Day drinks.
The country's oldest wine-making region grows new grape varieties, produces award-winning wines, and hosts events in upstate New York.
Here's where to go in the Hudson Valley when you want to enjoy a glass (or two), sourced from local vineyards and around the world.
Everyone’s favorite campfire sweet gets the gourmet treatment with specialty graham crackers, homemade marshmallows, and unexpected twists.
Whether you're searching for world-class European wines or trying to sample more Hudson Valley vino, these boutique shops have you covered.
From leisurely lunches and cocktails al fresco to romantic sunset dinners, the Hudson Valley's riverside restaurants have it all.