Hudson Valley Restaurant Week highlights delicious, local cuisine.
Looking to explore and sample some of the finest cuisine around? You don’t have to travel far to get your culinary passport stamped. Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is just around the corner, letting you herald in spring with tasty food. With top chefs, artisans, and world-class wines, the Hudson Valley is a rising culinary hotspot. Over 170 restaurants will offer local and seasonal cuisine, from Yonkers to Greenwich, and everywhere in between.
At HudsonValleyRestaurantWeek.com, you’ll find a full list of participating restaurants, complete with links to their menus. Pick a time and date that works for you between March 11th-24th. Each restaurant offers a prix fixe menu—meaning you’ll get many of their dishes at a steal. Lunch (check the listing; not all restaurants offer lunch deals) costs $20.95 per person, and dinner costs $29.95 per person. Tax and beverages not included. Be sure to tip your servers well!
Among the list of restaurants is the Greenwich eatery, Elm Street Oyster House. With “oyster” in its name, it’s no surprise that this restaurant serves mouthwatering selections of some of the freshest oysters around. A quick drive to Port Chester will let you sample modern Latin cuisine at Sonora Restaurant, or Mediterranean fare at Il Sogno Ristorante (much easier than hopping a plane to Italy). And that’s are only the beginning. With this many restaurants to choose from, you’re sure to discover new favorites for when you happen to cross the border.
For more information, and the full list of restaurants, visit HudsonValleyRestaurantWeek.com. Bon appétit!
By Nathan Tavares