Calling all hungry food connoisseurs. The Hudson Valley Restaurant Week (HVRW), organized by Valley Table magazine, will start on Oct. 29 and run through Nov. 11.
Throughout the two weeks, restaurants in the Hudson Valley will offer three-course dinner and lunch meals.
HVRW is featuring over 200 participants in eight counties including: Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, Ulster, Columbia and Sullivan. The three-course lunch is priced at $22.95 and the three-course dinner is $32.95.
Over 12 years ago, Janet Crawshaw, publisher of Valley Table magazine started HVWR with 70 participating restaurants. HVRW happens twice a year, once in the fall and in the spring.
People can view menus from many of the participating restaurants online at valleytable.com/hvrw. The Open Table website features online reservations. For the restaurants without online sign ups, contact them directly.
Restaurants can participate in the HVRW as long as they can abide by the guidelines with the prix fixe meals.
“We have a number of restaurants that have participated since the first year (20 to be exact), and we’re happy to welcome new restaurants each year,” said Marketing Coordinator for HVRW Marcella Micillo.
The HVRW website has more details about the places around, how to interact with the menu options and photos from the event.
“We started crafting itineraries full of day and overnight trip ideas for people who are local or coming from out of area to fully enjoy the Hudson Valley during restaurant week,” Micillo said.
Participating restaurants in New Paltz include The Village Tea Room at 10 Plattekill Ave and A Tavola Trattoria at 46 Main Street. Restaurants in Ulster county include: Butterfield in Stone Ridge, Dino’s Vigneto Cafe in Highland, Dutch Ale House in Saugerties, Henry’s at the Farm in Milton, Perch in Marlboro, Ship Lantern Inn in Milton and The Would Restaurant in Highland.
For more information about the restaurant’s menus, contact the restaurant directly. Join the HVRW e-newsletter for specials going on during the two weeks.