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2020 Winter Dining Guide


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Don’t be left out in the cold this winter. Indulge in the warm and tasty treats from local eateries around the Valley.

History and German traditions blend

This multiple award-winning landmark Inn and Restaurant, built circa 1865 and a Greene County Historic Site, has now reopened! Now, you can once again find a scratch kitchen and authentic German/American cuisine Thursday through Sunday. Enjoy outdoor dining on our magnificent porch.

Bavarian Manor Inn and Restaurant

Feast on fajitas

Feast on Mexican fare with Mayan flair, such as mouthwatering fajitas, tacos, and carnitas from these Wappingers Falls and Fishkill eateries. Indoor dining, takeout, or local delivery available. Enjoy margaritas and sangria to-go.

Café Maya
Wappingers Falls

Maya Café

From family farm to family table

Enjoy the robust flavors of one of the Hudson Valley’s favorite Italian. Cosimo’s Brick Oven offers new world Italian and a locally sourced menu with wood fired cooking. We offer comfortably spaced and stylish, indoor dining areas, or you can order online or by phone for takeout and delivery. Ask about Holiday Gift Certificates and our weekly Family Dinner Tuesdays!

Cosimo’s Brick Oven
Poughkeepsie, Middletown, Newburgh, Woodbury

Photo by Drake Creative Collaborative

Freshest meals day and night

From juicy hamburgers, crisp salads, and wraps to farm-fresh breakfasts and sumptuous desserts, our local family-owned diners will continue to offer our delicious meals. Daily Planet and Red Line Diners are now open for outside dining, indoor dining, delivery (Door Dash and GrubHub) and online ordering. For more details, visit our websites: dineatredline.com or dailyplanetdiner.com

Daily Planet Diner, Lagrangeville
Red Line Diner, Fishkill

Stay comfortable with scratch-made comfort food

At Gracie’s, we offer scratch-made classic American comfort foods. We bake all of our breads, pastries, and desserts in our in-house bakery, make all of our own condiments like ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise, grind our own beef for our burgers (using local beef!), and we even make our own American cheese! We also love to support local, sourcing all of our eggs and dairy from the Hudson Valley, as well as our salad greens, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and more. We are currently open for limited service dine-in, online ordering, takeout, and curbside pickup.

Gracie’s Luncheonette

An autumn Hudson Valley harvest at Henry’s!

Henry’s at the Farm restaurant celebrates with beautifully prepared foods, all winter long. Up and down our verdant Marlborough corridor, neighboring farms provide late-season and winter produce for pick-up. Baking apples and pears with spices, and roasting squashes, potatoes, beets, and carrots, bring a warm, sweet, or savory fragrance to your winter table, as at Henry’s. Stay posted for our seasonal menus — at your table and for takeout. Reservations are required. After checking in for a temperature check and your table reservation, please remain masked until seated.  

Henry’s at the Farm

Pair warmth and comfort with delicious dining

Roost has moved to our stylish new location around the corner, but the food has stayed reliably delicious. Choose your sauce and side to pair with any of our charcoal grilled meats. Or enjoy our fully stocked raw bar. Match your dinner with one of our famous signature cocktails for an unforgettable night out.


Photo by Megan Spiro Photography

Two divine ways to dine

This winter at the Roundhouse in Beacon, you’ll find two ways to dine! Smoke on The Water | Steakhouse: a classic steakhouse in a modern industrial setting. Enjoy drinks and snacks in our moody Smoke on the Water Lounge or indulge in dinner in the main dining room with 18-foot floor-to-ceiling windows facing the creek. Open every Friday and Saturday night. rhbeaon.com/smoke-on-the-water  The Roundhouse Restaurant: Modern American cuisine celebrating the richness of the Hudson Valley. Open 7 days a week. rhbeacon.com/the-restaurant (Reservations are not required, but strongly suggested. Walk-ins are always welcome as space allows.)

The Roundhouse

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