New Restaurants and Hudson Valley Food and Dining News for July 2013

News and notes from the Valley’s dining scene for July 2013: A waterfront restaurant comes to Greene County, and Latin flair heads to Newburgh



Nothing beats riverside dining on a hot summer night. Good thing the Boathouse Grille set up shop on the Shady Harbor Marina in New Baltimore in May. The nautical-themed eatery naturally has great seafood options — linguine and clams along with fried calamari are highlighted on the Web site as chef’s specialties — and also incorporates some Latin American and Asian fusion elements. For those who might suffer with celiac problems, there are a few gluten-free appetizers and pizzas available. If you don’t have enough time for a sit-down meal, check out the handy to-go menu, which features most of the same dishes as the regular bill of fare.

el solar cafe

Mediterranean and Latin cuisine mesh at El Solar Cafe, which recently opened in Newburgh. The avocado y relleno — an avocado stuffed with shrimp, diced tomatoes, red onions, and scallions that is then slathered in lemon, mayo, and yogurt sauce — stands out as a menu staple. The restaurant often hosts special event nights, during which salsa, jazz, or flamenco dancers and singers entertain guests; a special menu that complements the evening’s entertainment is also available. ¡Olé!

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