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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 April 8-21, 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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1915 Wine Cellar – Poughkeepsie Station

40 Cannon St, Poughkeepsie; 845.232.5311

This elegant wine bar in Poughkeepsie offers a romantic ambiance for dinner during Restaurant Week. While the menu is yet to be announced, diners can expect fine bites that pair beautifully with the curated selection of vino on offer. Anyone interested in savoring a meal here would do well to make a reservation beforehand.

3 Westerly Bar and Grill – Ossining Station

3 Westerly Rd, Ossining; 914.762.1333

In close proximity to the Ossining station, 3 Westerly delights diners with offerings for both lunch and dinner every single day. This eatery is known for its vegan- and vegetarian-friendly fare and welcomes reservations. If the weather holds up, ask about outdoor seating to savor your Hudson Valley Restaurant Week meal.


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Donjito – Mamaroneck Station

122 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.902.5486

Just a short distance from the Mamaroneck station, Donjito celebrates Spanish, Mexican, and South American cuisine. Explore succulent starters like ensalada mixta, Asian ribs, and lobster esquites. Main courses range from pollo Vera Cruz to red snapper relleno. Finally, dessert choices include tres leches cake, flan, and churros. Reserve a table for lunch or 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 the New Rochelle station. For lunch, dig into bites like marinated anchovies, grilled salmon with asparagus risotto, or filet of branzino, just to name a few. If dinner is what you seek, you’ll have a tough time choosing between dishes like grilled shrimp and calamari, vegetable soup, catch of the day, and vegetable pasta.

Hudson House River Inn – Cold Spring Station

2 Main St, Cold Spring; 845.265.9355

A longtime HVRW participant, Hudson House resides in a historic inn that dates back to 1832. The restaurant offers menus for both lunch and dinner during the week, so diners can plan for repeat visits if they so choose. Plus, with delectable dishes such as lobster bisque, wild mushroom ravioli, and steak frites on the menu, it’s easy to see why locals come back to this riverside hotspot time and time again.

Tilly’s Table – Brewster Station

100 NY-312, Brewster; 845.808.1840

On the grounds of Tilly Foster Farm, this farm-to-table restaurant offers dinner on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday during Restaurant Week. Start strong with appetizers like crab cakes or eggplant casserole, then move onto entrees such as chicken martini or prime rib with mashed potatoes. For dessert, the choice between chocolate layer cake, New York cheesecake, and red velvet cake is entirely up to you.

The Urban Hamlet – Bronxville Station

124 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville; 914.652.7407

The Urban Hamlet is a first-time participant in HVRW, and it makes its grand debut with a bang. Restaurant-goers can swing by for lunch or dinner from Sunday through Thursday during the week and should note that the menus vary quite a bit between the two meals. Select highlights include dishes like sunchoke soup, tuna tartare, short rib rigatoni, and grilled lamb chops. Hungry yet?

Wicked Wolf North – Tuckahoe Station

2 Scarsdale Rd, Tuckahoe; 914.771.7661

Wicked Wolf North is a must-visit for anyone in the mood for upscale fare that spans a number of cuisines. Both lunch and dinner are available throughout the week, and reservations are encouraged. As for what to order, whet your appetite with appetizers ranging from French onion soup and potato croquettes to fried calamari and beet and goat cheese salad. From there, it’s onto mains like short rib stroganoff, Tuscan salmon, and petit filet mignon. As for dessert, don’t skip out on the toffee pudding or chocolate cake.


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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 Chappaqua, Croton Falls, White Plains, and more.

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