Places to eat in the Hudson Valley
Whether it’s casual dining or white tablecloth service, there’s a place for every palette. Gourmet fare can be found even in the smallest villages, since the greatest chefs come from The Culinary Institute of America, located right here in the Hudson Valley. The best part is that our farms provide the fresh vegetables, fruits, cheeses, and meats you’ll find on many of our restaurants’ menus. The Hudson Valley was the first wine producing region in the United States, and excellent vintages are still produced by dozens of picturesque wineries.
dp an American Brasserie
dp An American Brasserie is a signature restaurant by Dominick Purnomo serving lunch and dinner, happy hour & late night menus. It offers an imaginative menu of market driven comfort cuisine, highlighted with a long list of small plates perfect for sharing, outrageous burgers and classic French brasserie staples.
25 Chapel Street, Albany, NY 12210
(518) 436-3737 • www.dpbrasserie.com
Reel Seafood Co.
Known for having the largest variety of Oysters and fresh cut fish in the area, Reel Seafood Co. offers more than delicious seafood, with premium steak and pasta dishes regularly available. The skilled and friendly staff can help you make selections that are fun and delicious. They also offer full bar service with an excellent wine and beer list and the areas largest raw bar.
195 Wolf Road, Albany, NY 12205
(518) 458-2068 • www.reelseafoodco.com
An innovative mix of classic American favorites and multi-ethnic fare freshly prepared and served in warm, friendly surroundings.
59 Broad Street (Rt 9), Kinderhook, NY 12106
518-758-1669 • www.carolinahouserestaurant.com
Ca' Mea Restaurant
Old family recipes and Italian hospitality, garden dining in season.
333 Warren Street, Hudson, NY 12534
(518) 822-0005 • www.camearestaurant.com
County Fare offers classic comfort foods locally sourced whenever possible. Pairing food with a rotating, well-curated craft beer menu, thoughtful wine list and exceptional classic cocktails. They carry many popular domestic beers for those who enjoy mainstream offerings from bigger breweries. This neighborhood hangout has been carefully designed to create a comfortable, welcoming environment. The space blends the feel of a classic pub with a classy bistro. Check the website for their monthly Tap Takeover dates! Their mission is to welcome folks looking for a good time, to share some laughs and makes some memories. Join the journey.
Kitchen Sink Food & Drink
Kitchen Sink features an eclectic mix of global and family influenced dishes, blending local ingredients with modern techniques. They put their own spin on the classics, while pushing to create new ones. Farm to table isn’t a catch phrase; it’s a reality. They feature produce from their own family farm and work hard to source as many ingredients from the Hudson Valley as possible. Located in the heart of Beacon, The Kitchen Sink serves up that “feel-good food” in a cozy atmosphere; you feel as if you’re eating in someone’s home.
Located just off the docks at Shady Harbor Marina in New Baltimore, serving lunch and dinner 7 days a week during the summer season. Whether seated inside or out on the deck, diners will have an incredibly comfortable and enjoyable experience with the restaurant's casual, contemporary decor and a beautiful view of the historic Hudson River.
1030 Rt. 144, New Baltimore, NY 12124
(518) 756-2000 • www.boathousegrille.com
Gracie's Food Truck has taken over the former Koch's Drive-In Restaurant in Leeds. Known for their doughnuts and cheeseburgers, the couple is going brick-and-mortar with a modern diner. The locally sourced menu is focused on classic American comfort foods they make from scratch, from baking bread to curing and smoking bacon. All the condiments and fountain sodas are also created in-house. Doughnuts, pies and cakes are baked daily.
969 Main Street, Leeds, NY 12451
(518) 943-9363 • www.graciestruckny.com
Iron Forge Inn
Nestled at the foot of Mount Peter, the Iron Forge Inn has been famous for its country dining for over 50 years. Casual fare served in the Tap Room with seating near the fireplace (the original 1760 cooking kitchen).
38 Iron Forge Road, Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 986-3411 • www.ironforgeinn.com
Award-winning innovative international cuisine served in a sophisticated, yet relaxed atmosphere.
27 West Main Street, Middletown, NY 10940
(845) 344-6800 • www.nina-restaurant.com
Clock Tower Grill
Local farm to table cuisine. EAT. LAUGH. LIVE.
512 Clock Tower Commons Drive, Brewster, NY 10509
(845) 582-0574 • www.clocktowergrill.com
Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill
Traditional Tuscan cuisine.
91 Main Street, Cold Spring, NY 10516
(845) 265-5582 • www.tuscangrill.com
Get the hometown touch with extensive menu and family friendly environment.
77-79 Washington Avenue, Troy, NY 12180
(518) 463-3318 • www.jimmycaseys.com
The Hill at Muza
Enjoy the European garden setting complete with waterfall, in the warmer months and in winter, the indoor space with small plates menu will remind you of a cozy ski lodge.
Black Gates at 379 Congress Street, Troy, NY 12180
(518) 379-9086 • www.thehillatmuza.com
Hudson Water Club
Fine waterfront dining at the West Haverstraw marina with magnificent views and an emphasis on seafood. The outdoor deck has jaunty orange umbrellas, and, yes, you can tie up your boat at their dock. Expansive windows in the airy dining room offer the same terrific river view.
606 Beach Rd, West Haverstraw, NY 10993
(845) 271-4046 • www.hudsonwaterclub.com
The Old ’76 House, built in 1668, had a profound effect on the outcome of The Revolutionary War. It is New York’s oldest tavern; a three hundred year old structure lovingly restored to pristine condition by the Norden Family. Listed as a National Landmark, the restaurant offers even more than historical significance. Four glowing fireplaces, live music, Sunday brunch and eagerly anticipated monthly wine dinners have elevated the ’76 House to one of the area’s top dining destinations.
110 Main Street, Tappan, NY 10978
(845) 359-5476 • www.76house.com
Ship Lantern Inn
Recently voted Best Ulster County and Most Romantic Ulster County Restaurant, the Ship Lantern Inn is a fine dining American restaurant in Milton serving Continental Cuisine in an intimate atmosphere. Located in a building that dates back to the Revolutionary War, The Ship Lantern Inn is ideal for romantic date nights, birthday celebrations or client meetings.
1725 Rte. 9W, Milton, NY 12547
(845) 795-5400 • www.shiplanterninn.com
Nu-Cavu is the ideal location to fly or drive in and have dinner, watch the game, meet friends, or hold your next celebration. Offering various options for your party, it can be tailored to suit your own ideas and visions.
857 Plains Road, Wallkill, NY 12589
(845) 895-9000 • www.nu-cavu.com
From artfully prepared food, to the thousands of extravagant light and decorations, to the freshly roasted chestnuts that await you upon your departure, our employees strive to cater to your every whim. As your taste buds savor the flavors of fine Italian cuisine, you find yourself in our very own Winter Wonderland.
99 Court Street, White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 761-1818 • www.mulinosny.com
Crabtree Kittle House
Known for farm-to-table fresh, quality food and service, and the finest in sophistication, the Crabtree House embodies country dining and warm and gracious hospitality.
11 Kittle Road, Chappaqua, NY 10514
(914) 666-8044 • www.kittlehouse.com