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2019 Spring Dining Guide

It’s spring! Time to head outside and socialize. While you’re out and about, check out these Hudson Valley restaurants that make the most of local ingredients in season with options to match every mood and palate.


History and German traditions blend

A multiple award-winning landmark Inn and Restaurant, built circa 1865, is a Greene County Historic Site. Open year-round, Thursday through Sunday, we feature a scratch kitchen and authentic German/American cuisine.


Bavarian Manor Inn and Restaurant


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Farm fresh meals day and night

From juicy hamburgers, crisp salads, and wraps to farm-fresh breakfasts and sumptuous desserts, visit your local family-owned diner for delicious meals day and night. The coffee is always on! Everything on the menu is also available for takeout.


Daily Planet Diner, Lagrangeville
Table Talk Diner, Poughkeepsie
Red Line Diner, Fishkill


Stay comfortable with comfort food

“Something for Everyone!” A hidden gem on Main Street, “Kozy” stands out with all-American comfort food. From indulgent to wholesome dishes, our family-oriented service and menu won’t disappoint.


Feeling Kinda Kozy


Rustic German made from scratch

We created Gunk Haus to bring the atmosphere of a true Bavarian Gasthaus, a warm and welcoming place of comfort, community, and merriment. Gastfreundlichkeit in Bavarian means “service that is gracious, knowledgeable, and neighborly.” Our menu features well-known dishes, as well as new takes on old classics, prepared with produce and products from our community, always emphasizing freshness and flavor.”


Gunk Haus Restaurant and Biergarten


Welcome spring with produce and pairing dinners

Henry’s at the Farm restaurant knows spring is time to showcase the fresh honey, eggs, and the earliest fruits and vegetables, sourced steps away at Buttermilk’s own Millstone Farm. Henry’s spring menus include craft cocktails, as well, with a nod to what’s fresh and ready! You can do the same by shopping for the best of spring produce in the Northeast — arugula, asparagus, lettuces, mushrooms, peas, rhubarb, and radishes, to be followed by strawberries and cherries!


Henry’s at the Farm


From our family to yours

Our family is proud to provide yours with expertly chef-prepared dishes and premium wines. Leo’s diverse menu features pasta, chicken, veal, and seafood highlighting a variety of delicious daily Italian specialties — all made with the freshest ingredients and topped off with the finest wines from around the world. After Easter, Sunday brunch hours change to 11 am to 2 pm.


Leo’s Italian Restaurant
Stadium Plaza, Rte 9D, Wappinger’s Falls, 845.838.3446
Newburgh Town Plaza, Rte 300, Newburgh, 845.564.3446
Cornwall Plaza, Quaker Ave, Cornwall, 845.534.3446


Fun, casual, classic!

Meyer’s Olde Dutch is a fun, casual interpretation of the classic burger joint with a full-service cocktail bar. Vegan and gluten-free options, hand-cut fries, and a variety of salads.


Meyer’s Olde Dutch Food & Such


Discover new global wine and spirits gems

With over 60 years in the wine trade, we travel the world to find undiscovered gems ranging from small artisanal wineries to the very best selections from the most prestigious producers. We’re also proud of the Best of Hudson Valley recognition we earned for our extensive global wine and spirits selection.


Mid Valley Wine & Liquor


“The Best Steak, Anywhere!”

Morton’s The Steakhouse prides itself on quality and consistency, featuring USDA prime-aged steak and fresh seafood. Here, every guest is treated like a VIP.


Morton’s The Steakhouse
White Plains


Tasty Thai food with an urban vibe

Authentic Thai food — pad Thai, panang curry, and ped yang (a crispy duck dish) — with a hip, urban atmosphere. Lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Sunday.


Sukothai Restaurant

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