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Eat your way through these five Hudson Valley towns.

By Steve Fowler


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Here you’ll find a mix of understated hangouts, off-the-wall concepts, and ambitious upscale establishments.


Sneakily rising through the ranks, Rhinebeck has evolved from a bucolic village with a few exceptional venues into a full-blown dining destination.


Known for its sprawling street fairs, proximity to New York City, and thriving downtown, Nyack offers visitors a variety of international cuisine, cute and casual cafés, and scratch-made menus.


This underrated, over-politicized city on the rebound boasts some of the most dynamic dining in the area.


In its heyday, Saugerties was known for all manner of manufacturing; nowadays, this quaint town is home to quirky cafés, farm-to-table restaurants, and neighborhood bars.
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