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2017 Spring Dining Guide

Spring inspires us to head out and socialize. These Hudson Valley restaurants make the most of local ingredients in season. Check out our Spring Dining Guide with choices to match every taste and mood.


Bavarian Manor Inn and Restaurant

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.



Crave Restaurant & Lounge

Dine at Crave for inventive, seasonal, and regionally inspired New American fare, along with chic décor and indoor and outdoor seating. Located just under the Walkway Over the Hudson, fine dining and superb atmosphere are here awaiting your presence!



Crossroads Brewing Company

Award-winning craft beer and 2014 & 2016 "Best Greene County Restaurant" by Hudson Valley Magazine! Brewpub features locally sourced fare, wine, and spirits in a casual, friendly setting.

518.945.BEER (2337) 


Kitchen Sink Food & Drink

Kitchen Sink features an eclectic mix of global and family influenced dishes, blending local ingredients with modern techniques, in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere. Voted “Best New Restaurant 2016” by the readers of Hudson Valley Magazine.



Le Chambord

Le Chambord combines the charm of a European Inn with the elegance of an 1863 Georgian Colonial Estate. It offers guests award-winning cuisine, lovely accommodations, and an unsurpassed policy of attention to detail.

Hopewell Junction


Tuthill House at The Mill

Enjoy craft cocktails and experience Chef Jeremy Berlin’s seasonal farm-to-table cuisine in this distillery-owned restaurant housed in a 300-year-old gristmill.



William Farmer and Sons Boarding & Barroom

This cozy, coppery barroom and bustling restaurant features craft cocktails, daily oysters, and culinary offerings inspired by the bounties of local Hudson Valley farms. 




Chef Michael Williams’s menus of New American fare for Winston’s tri-level townhouse are complemented by craft cocktails, beers, and new and old-world wines.

Mount Kisco

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