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9 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Eateries Near Metro-North Stations


Ready to celebrate Hudson Valley Restaurant Week? Stop by any of these eateries conveniently located near Metro-North stations.

Are you ready to explore local eateries through Hudson Valley Restaurant Week? This October 30 to November 12, the region’s beloved dining event returns with new restaurants, new menus, and dining options available for everyone. For commuters (and everyone, really), many restaurants are only a few minutes away from Metro-North railroad stations. Plus, MTA Away connects foodies with all kinds of dining deals and destinations. So what are you waiting for? Browse through some of our top picks near train stations, then take a look at our full list of participating restaurants here.

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The Academy Kitchen – Poughkeepsie Station

33 Academy St, Poughkeepsie; 845-657.1792

Whether you’re popping in for lunch or stopping by for dinner after a long day of work, rest assured that The Academy Kitchen will treat you to a top-notch meal. Lunch is $24.95, while dinner is $44.95, so make a reservation now to guarantee a spot. Takeout is also available.

Augustine’s Salumeria – Mamaroneck Station

213 Halstead Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.315.6541

When you need a lunch break, head over to Augustine’s during HVRW for a $24.95 prix-fixe spread that will make your mouth water. Dishes range from Tuscan onion soup and baked clamps to seasonal farro and prosciutto cotto with cherry pepper relish. For dessert, make a beeline for the panna cotta with peanut butter and a Concord grape reduction.


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Donjito – Mamaroneck Station

122 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.902.5486

Just a short distance from Mamaroneck station, Donjito celebrates Spanish, Mexican, and South American cuisine. Explore succulent starters like cherry tomato and avocado salad, smoked chorizo and sweet corn risotto balls, and Asian ribs. Main courses range from pollo Vera Cruz to red snapper paella. Finally, dessert choices include tres leches cake, flan, and churros. Reserve a table for dinner during Restaurant Week.

Dubrovnik – New Rochelle Station

721 Main St, New Rochelle; 914.637.3777

During Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, get a taste of Croatia at Dubrovnik. These lunch and dinner specials are just a few minutes away from New Rochelle station. While the menu is yet to be announced, expect a variety of fresh and seasonal ingredients in every dish. Outdoor dining and takeout are available as well.


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Farmers & Chefs – Poughkeepsie Station

40 Albany St, Poughkeepsie; 845.849.3565

If farm-to-table fare is what you crave, look no further than Farmers & Chefs, one of the OG eateries for locally sourced ingredients in the region. Chef and owner John Lekic offers a dinner menu for $44.95 from Tuesday to Sunday during HVRW, so head to the heart of Poughkeepsie to savor highly seasonal fare.

La Botte – White Plains Station

14 Martine Ave, White Plains; 914.461.2950

Wood-fired pizzas and handcrafted pastas await at this slice of Italy near White Plains station. Get dinner (or lunch) started with polpettine (meatballs), arancini (risotto rice balls), and other Mediterranean classics. Then, enjoy main courses like decadent gnocchi Sorrentino or chicken Milanese with fresh mozzarella. Of course, no trip to La Botte would be complete without dessert. Tiramisu, strawberry panna cotta, and vanilla or chocolate gelato end the night right.

La Camelia – Mount Kisco Station

234 N Bedford Rd, Mt Kisco; 914.666.2466

Just around the corner from Mount Kisco station, La Camelia plates up Portuguese and Spanish tapas in a European country farmhouse. Did we mention it sits on a hill overlooking the Westchester village? Until the HVRW menu is announced, book a table to ensure you’ll be able to savor the medley of dishes, with options for gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian diners alike.

Sugar Shack Factory – Middletown Station

9 King St, Middletown; 845.394.0089

Going out for Restaurant Week in Orange County? Swing by Sugar Shack Factory for brunch, lunch, or dinner this autumn. On the brunch and lunch menu, treats like fried shrimp with habanero aioli, strawberry pancakes, and huevos rancheros delight. When it’s time for dinner, start strong with skillet-fried shishito peppers, then move onto mains like ricotta gnocchi with truffle cream or grilled hanger steak with chimichurri sauce. For dessert, good luck choosing between the bread pudding and the pistachio baklava.

X2O Xaviars on the Hudson – Yonkers Station

71 Water Grant St, Yonkers; 914.965.1111

Peter Kelly always makes Hudson Valley Restaurant Week an event to remember. Plan to dine in or order takeout to make sure you’ll taste whatever the chef unveils on his HVRW menu. Pro tip: Book a table now so you don’t have to worry about any last-minute reservations later.

Browse the full list of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week eateries near Metro-North stations here. Additional stops include Port Chester, Scarsdale, Pelham, Tarrytown, and more.