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2018 Spring Dining Guide

It’s spring! Time to head outside and socialize. While you’re out and about, check out these Hudson Valley restaurants that make the most of local ingredients in season with options to match every mood and palate.

 

Hudson Valley’s best margaritas pairs with authentic Southwestern cuisine

Offering the finest authentic southwestern food coupled with an amazing beverage selection, including 130 plus tequilas. The largest choice in the area. Join us for brunch on Sundays from 11 am to 3 pm and be sure to sample one of our margaritas that were voted Best of Hudson Valley by Hudson Valley Magazine

Baja 328
Beacon
845.838.2252
www.baja328.com

 

History and German traditions blend 

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.

Bavarian Manor Inn and Restaurant
Purling
518.622.3261
www.bavarianmanor.com   

 

Historical mansion with award-winning food

Enjoy the finest brunch in the Hudson Valley while relaxing in an historic home from the 18th century. Award-winning chef, Anna Frumes, has created a unique locally sourced menu full of comfort foods. From the “best” biscuits and gravy to Belgium waffles with strawberries and cream, the food sets the tone for a one-of-a-kind experience. Open for breakfast, lunch, and brunch Wednesday to Friday 9 am -1 pm; Saturday and Sunday 9 am-3 pm. Don’t miss build-your-own grilled cheese on weekdays and the incredible list of mimosas and Bellinis made to order. 

Borland House Inn & Brunch House
Montgomery
845.457.1513
www.theborlandhouse.com

 

One-stop destination for array of cuisine

 The Culinary Institute of America is a one-stop destination for an array of culinary experiences, from modern French to farm-to-table or authentic Italian. Savor the edible delights surrounded by amazing views and beautiful gardens.

Culinary Institute of America
Hyde Park
845.452.9600
www.ciarestaurantgroup.com/new-york-restaurants

 


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Farm fresh meals day and night

From juicy hamburgers, crisp salads, and wraps to farm-fresh breakfasts and sumptuous desserts, visit your local family-owned diner for delicious meals day and night. The coffee is always on! Everything on the menu is also available for takeout.

Daily Planet Diner, Lagrangeville
Table Talk Diner, Poughkeepsie
Red Line Diner, Fishkill
www.vanikiotisgroup.com

 

Tasty treats in Tuxedo Park 

We’re nice people offering scratch-made food, well-crafted coffee, and award-winning desserts — located in Tuxedo Park, convenient to Woodbury Commons and great hiking.

Dottie Audrey's Bakery Kitchen
Tuxedo Park
845.915.3088
www.dottieaudreys.com 

 

Go local — commit to conscious cuisine

Contemporary-yet-sophisticated atmosphere with a wide-ranging menu from gourmet salads to house favorites like Madeira Chicken. Open daily for lunch, dinner, and late-night dining. Brunch on Sunday.

Double O Grill
Wappingers Falls
845.297.7625
www.doubleogrill.com

 

Good food. Served right.

Featured on the Food Network, the Eveready Diner is always buzzing with excitement and nostalgia. Inside this monumental art deco exterior, you’ll find favorites made from scratch, from Mama’s Roast to all-day breakfast, in addition to an endless list of homemade desserts and a soda fountain counter that pleases every generation.

The Eveready Diner
Hyde Park
845.229.8100
www.theevereadydiner.com

 

Try something new: join us on theme nights

Take a scenic drive to try something new! Along with cozy fireplaces, beautiful views, and warm comfort food, enjoy our special theme nights. Mondays: dine Mexican with $5 Margaritas; Thursdays: Fresh Pasta Night with salad, homemade pasta, and a glass of wine for $21; Fridays: 3-course $32 Prix Fixe includes app, entrée, and dessert; Sundays: enjoy after-brunch football with $3 draft beers and BOGO wings; and trivia games every other Sunday. In addition, the golf course (open to the public) opens in mid-April.

The Greens at Copake Country Club
Copake
518.325.0019
www.thegreensatcopake.com

 

Rustic German made from scratch

We’ve introduced a bounty of new dishes for the season, including red veal chops and chicken fricassee.  We offer many vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free menu options all in the spirit of new Bavaria.  

Gunk Haus Restaurant and Biergarten
Highland
845.883.0866
www.gunkhaus.com 

 

Welcome spring with produce and pairing dinners

Henry’s at the Farm is here with good news: fresh spring produce is turning up on Henry's menu. Better yet — Henry's is now hosting exclusive pairing dinners every month, partnering with extraordinary wine makers, distilleries, and breweries, both locally and across the U.S. and Europe! Watch for them in our website's SPECIALS.

Henry’s at the Farm
Milton
845.795.1310
www.buttermilkfallsinn.com

 

Bringing local flare to seasonal dishes  

Every food has its season. Using local, fresh ingredients makes meals taste even better. Lola’s Café, a full-service, boutique-style catering company, custom designs menus with the highest quality local ingredients to give any event a local flare.

Lola’s Café & Gourmet Catering
Poughkeepsie: 845.471.8555
New Paltz: 845.255.6555
www.lolascafeandcatering.com

 

Fun, casual, classic! 

Meyer’s Olde Dutch is a fun, casual interpretation of the classic burger joint with a full-service cocktail bar. Vegan and gluten-free options, hand-cut fries, and a variety of salads.

Meyer’s Olde Dutch Food & Such
Beacon
845.440.6900
www.meyersoldedutch.com

 

“The Best Steak, Anywhere!”

Morton’s The Steakhouse prides itself on quality and consistency, featuring USDA prime-aged steak and fresh seafood. Here, every guest is treated like a VIP.

Morton’s The Steakhouse
White Plains
914.683.6101
www.mortons.com

 

Comfort Food with a Modern Twist

In addition to traditional southern fare, Ole Savannah features cuisine for all types of food lovers. Beautiful waterfront dining and outdoor bar plus a prime location on the Historic Rondout in Kingston.

Ole Savannah
Kingston
845.331.4283
www.olesavannah.com

 

Cocktails, oysters, and more, oh my!

Wm Farmer & Sons’ cozy, coppery barroom and bustling restaurant features craft cocktails, light bites, and a wide range of seasonal culinary offerings inspired by the bounties of local Hudson Valley farms. Not just farmers in name, they also share a passion with local producers for growing and preparing the finest products imaginable.

Wm Farmer & Sons
Hudson
518.828.1635
www.wmfarmerandsons.com 


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