The Newest & Most Notable Eateries This Month

Here are the headlines from the Valley’s dining scene you should be reading.


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Make your next move to House Rules Café, a board game-themed bistro where customers play while munching on broccoli slaw (with scratch-made buttermilk dressing) and downing milkshakes and frappes. 757 Columbia St, Hudson, 518.828.5938

Minutes away, newly opened Governor’s Tavern is a cozy late-night pub and restaurant serving Brit-inspired fish and chips, curry dishes, and imaginative vegetable sides. 14 South 7th St, Hudson; 518.697.5609

Meyer’s Olde Dutch has filled the burger void left by Poppy’s in Beacon and is now serving specialties like the ’Shrooms & Nuts and the New York State Special. Have some beet slaw or keep it classic with a wedge salad on the side. 184 Main St, Beacon; 845.440.6900

Clink glasses along to live music with some 3,500 fellow beer fans and taste the offerings of some 100 breweries and cideries at Hudson River Craft Beer Fest. Enjoy tastings from local food vendors, too. September 16. Beacon Riverfront Park 1, Red Flynn Dr, Beacon


Cinnamon puffs at House Rules Café

Comfort food and cocktails in a converted grocery store? Count us in. A & P Bar is a stylish yet comfortable spot where you can sip artisanal concoctions crafted from house-made syrups, bitters, and shrubs, and enjoy artfully prepared bites (like grilled cauliflower with parsley and kalamata olives) and desserts (like the Sticky Toffee Pudding with orange sorbet). 83 Mill Hill Rd, Woodstock; 845.684.5395

We’re all over the baked goods at Outsiders Kitchen + Café, a roadside breakfast and lunch spot where Funny Cake (cake in a pie shell with a chocolatey bottom), croissants, and bacon date scones turn us into morning people. 45278 State Hwy 30, Margaretville; 845.586.6330

Toast autumn as you sample wines from more than 150 vintners at the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Festival, along with craft beer, spirits, and hard ciders. Cheeses, salsas, baked goods, and food trucks will keep you well fed. Sept. 9-10. Dutchess County Fairgrounds 6550 Spring Brook Ave [Rt 9], Rhinebeck; 845.658.7181

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