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The Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is offering Prix Fix meals in over 200 venues until November 12th Apr.
It' reservation in the more than 200 Hudson ValleyRestaurant Week venues is scheduled for autumn 2017. From October 30 to November 12, 2017, HVRW will cover 115 mileage with three-course dinner, prix-fix dinner for $32.95 and lunch for $22.95 in Westchester to Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Sullivan, Dutchess and Ulster County cuisine.
There is now a shortlist of Participant Dining Centers with a comprehensive choice of food and cuisine from farms to tables. "We are delighted to welcome the Hudson Valley Restaurant Week once again as we are continuing to support the peasants, suppliers, cooks, and restaurateurs we are all so passionately committed to," said Janet Crawshaw, editor of The Valley Tables and founder of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.
Over 80 per cent of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week's cooks and caterers use local produce to help farmers, winegrowers, craftsmen and suppliers. Among the many newly opened Hudson Valley Restaurant Week this autumn are The Amsterdam in Rhinebeck, a fashionable US restaurant that serves a meal from court to dinner; Juniper in Hastings-on-Hudson, a cosy café with new US food; Heritage Food + Drink in Wappinger Falls, with a Southern style restaurant list; Stagecoach Inn in Goshen, which offers an exclusive and stylish mainland meal and more.
No IDs, passports or vouchers are necessary, but reservation is strongly encouraged.
The Hudson Valley Restaurant Week: You can try 5
Hudson Valley is a great place to eat good things. Hudson Valley Restaurant Week provides gourmets and nonchalant guests with a range of exquisite dishes at affordable prices. The choice can be quite impressing with more than 200 of them. For full detail see valleytable.com/hvrw, but here are five astonishing ways to try Restaurant Week.
Essie's Restaurant is a Poughkeepsie's Little Italy culinary highlights, with delicious meals, intriguing drinks and a large choice of artisan beers. Try the vegetables of green cabbage, onion, lemon bean, lady bean, lentil, bean, mushroom, ferro and paprika cubes. Téquila may be the stars of the 328 but this beacon restaurant is unique.
Much of what makes the Hudson Valley a favourite place to visit, with a variety of great things to do, is captured in this fashionable restaurant. Tex-Mex menus range from classic choices such as breast barbeque taco, caramelised onions, coriander and guacamole puree, via fused meals such as the ricebowl with dark green coffee and coriander, to the possibility of adding prawns, steaks, beef, poultry or bolet.
In Rheinbeck village, the rebuilt chapel is outstanding, and the restaurant fulfils a function, regardless of the kind of food. There is a restaurant serving a complimentary lunch, while the café side provides small dishes and informal meals. However, both sides have a strong emphasis on the Hudson Valley's cuisine.
In the Hudson Valley, the Restaurant Week offers a range of meal highlights: gold gourd gourmet stew with lemon grass and coir milks or Pumpkin Raviolis with oven-dried Tomato, Pecan nuts and a buttered scherry brownsauce. Enjoy the autumns with views of the waterfalls over Fishkill Creek and the shifting foliage while eating at the Roundhouse in Beacon.
You can also have fun on the large plate meal, enjoy the bovine eyes with fatty dumplings and chicken liver bones. End your evening with an autumn meal. PUMPKINI-Pavlova is produced from squash mouse, cranberriesauce and an autumn spicy mixture. Village Tearoom, Restaurant & Bakeshop offers a farmer-to-table meal with a cosy atmoshere.
For supper we serve tagliatasteak, thin-cut tenderloin with green cabbage lettuce, bacon-maple-vinigrette, fried fatty potato enten te and sage or maize-crust codfish with citron cabbage mayonnaise, batmati rices, Brussels sprouts as well as beacon.