All the Most Divine Hudson Valley Eateries to Try in September
A pick-your-own-crust pizzeria in Kingston and a custom cannoli shop in Wappingers Falls spice up the region.
Pie for the People
Photo by Adalena Tompkins
At Yami-Ichi in Mahopac, you can keep it simple with a couple of sushi rolls, seaweed salad, and some tasty gyoza. But as fall marches on, don’t overlook the heartier choices: ramen, stir-fried pork in ginger sauce, and teriyaki grilled salmon are patron favorites. 845.395.3333
Meyer’s Olde Dutch Food & Such in Beacon is now serving breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays. But don’t expect to see fresh fruit and chia seeds in your breakfast bowl; at MOD, the dish consists of your choice of meat, a sunny-side-up egg, and maple bacon gravy on top of a tray of French fries. 845.440.6900
Yeah, we know: Do we really need another pizzeria? But Pie for the People is different. You pick the crust (cauliflower, gluten-free, sourdough, traditional) and the sauce (bianca, marinara, and more) and then pile on the many toppings, from vegetables to prosciutto. Kingston, here we come! 845.481.4100
Mamma Musetti’s is already famous in Wappingers Falls for its cannolis filled to order with fun flavors like chocolate chip, pistachio, and lemon. Order a selection of minis so you can taste a bunch. Perfect with espresso or cappuccino. Check out the daily lunch specials plus weekend breakfast. 845.218.9991
There’s a new brew in town: Kingston Standard Brewing Co. pairs up people-pleasing pilsners and ales with seasonally changing freshly shucked oysters, plus wine and cider. Weekend hours fluctuate, so visit the website for updates. 845.853.8152
The three Bs (breakfast, brunch, and burgers) have made The Chicken or the Egg in Washingtonville a popular gathering place for locals and tourists. Fuel up on scrambled eggs with chorizo or buffalo chicken salad. 845.614.0192
Meyer's Olde Dutch / Photo by Brian Arnoff
The Dutch Ale House, Saugerties
September 25, 6:30-9 p.m.
$65 per person
One of our favorite restaurants collaborating with one of our favorite breweries? Of course it’s on our calendar! Third in The Dutch’s beer pairing series (a fourth will take place in December), Crossroads Brewing Company will take over the taps for a night of delicious foods and brews. A sneak peek: Duck sausage and mole with Black Rock Stout; melon salad with It Never Ends Pale Ale. Plus, to top it all off, smoked venison loin will be served alongside a seasonal brown ale brewed just for the occasion. 845.247.2337