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Vegan in the Valley


The name of this café invokes the idea of making a conscious decision at the proverbial fork in the road. That’s just what owner Kim Gabelmann had to do some


New Paltz residents are lucky: They can see double right in the heart of the village. Lagusta’s Luscious, opened in 2011 at 25 North Front Street, is where Lagusta Yearwood’s

Wildflower Café

BILLED AS “Red Hook’s first burger bar,” WildFlower Café serves traditional burger bar fare—minus the meat and dairy. On the other hand, you can adopt a stray kitten after lunch. The

Pure City

THE BUSINESS DISTRICT of tiny Pine Bush is, to say the least, compact. It also has been home to Pure City—a thriving, award-winning, vegan Asian restaurant—for 15 years. With Asian art and

Karma Road

Jenn and Seth Branitz arrived in New Paltz with their two baby sons in the dead of winter of 2007. Both from Long Island and both experienced in the food

The Garden Café

“Working with a plant-based menu is clean, kind and creative,” says Lea Haas. So when she bought Garden Café on the Green in Woodstock in May 2015, she maintained its


AS PLANT-BASED EATING continues to trend nationwide, the husband-and-wife duo behind the local River Valley Restaurant Group (Beacon Bread, Ziatun, Angelina’s, Tito Santana Taqueria) have brought a fully-vegan café to Beacon’s

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is back this April 8-21!