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7 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Locations for Pasta Lovers


Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is upon us (November 7-20), so get your fill of delicious pasta dishes from these seven locations.

Is your go-to order during a meal out usually some variation of saucy spaghetti, hearty rigatoni, or buttery orzo? If so, we guarantee that these pasta dishes at Hudson Valley Restaurant Week locations will taste like Sunday dinner at nonna’s. From creamy bowties to meaty ragout and seafood-laden noodles galore, these pasta dishes will satisfy any carb craving.

Aroma Osteria

Wappingers Falls

Enjoy rustic Italian cuisine in a romantic atmosphere. Sip on an elegant cocktail or Italian wine as you look at all the pasta dishes on the menu. To be enjoyed by all pasta fans, the rigatoni alla norma is comprised of rigatoni, eggplant, and aged ricotta salata tossed in a light tomato-basil sauce. The orecchiette rustiche features orecchiette with fennel sausage, broccoli rabe, sundried tomatoes, olive oil, and garlic. For a decadent pasta option, dig into the farfalle deliziose, bowtie pasta in a cream sauce with prosciutto, wild mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes, and walnuts. For dessert, enjoy traditional cannoli with fresh ricotta or the imported sorbet of the day.

Lunch: Friday and Saturday, 12-2:30 p.m. ($29.95)
Dinner: Tuesday/Thursday, 5-9 p.m., and Friday/Sunday, 4-8:30 p.m. ($44.95)

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Broadway Bistro


Spend an evening at Broadway Bistro for an extensive selection of authentic Tuscan cuisine. For seafood lovers, the seafood linguini spotlights shrimp, sea scallops, calamari, and mussels topped with a warm tomato basil sauce. Not in the seafood mood? The house-made cavatelli with meat ragout is sure to win anyone over. For something sweet after dinner, try a slice of pumpkin pie (perfect for fall), or coconut cinnamon rice pudding.

Lunch: Friday-Sunday ($24.95)
Dinner: Wednesday-Monday ($39.95)

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Copper Kettle Café


The sister restaurant of Copper House, Copper Kettle is the place to go to enjoy comfort food by Chef Joseph D’Angelo. For a homemade dish (yes, including the pasta) that gleams of childhood nostalgia, the mac and cheese is creamy goodness crafted with New York and Vermont cheddar and topped with crispy breadcrumbs. An orecchiette dish combines slow-cooked lamb, butternut squash, and parmigiano. Last but not least, the ricotta gnocchi offer bites of homemade gnocchi, crushed tomatoes, parmigiano, mozzarella, and peppery arugula.

Lunch: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 12-3 p.m. ($29.95)
Dinner: Wednesday- Sunday, 4-9 p.m. ($44.95)

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Joesph’s Italian Steakhouse

Hyde Park

Serving more than just steaks Joesph’s Italian Steakhouse has fresh seafood, Italian cuisine, homemade desserts, a wide selection of wines, and, of course, pasta. The beef stroganoff is a delicious option, served over pappardelle pasta with sauteed vegetable du jour. For dessert, order the homemade cranberry apple crisp ala mode or the chocolate mousse cake.

Lunch: Friday-Sunday ($29.95)
Dinner: Tuesday-Sunday ($44.95)

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Maria Restaurant

New Rochelle

This trendy bistro and bar offers new Italian cuisine. The “Yo Maria,” a blue-hued house cocktail, is the perfect starter to any meal at the restaurant, which has been the recipient of a Michelin Bib Gourmand award in 2020, 2021, and 2022. Dig into the wild mushroom ravioli, the spaghetti with spicy volcanic tomato sauce, or the fall pappardelle.

Lunch: Monday-Saturday ($39.95)
Dinner: Monday- Saturday ($44.95)

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Posto 22 Restaurant & Wine Bar

New Rochelle

With cozy dishes and an excellent selection of wines, Posto 22 Restaurant & Wine Bar serves meals that are not to be missed. Start off with the eggplant rollatini with melty mozzarella or the crispy fried calamari. Entrees include the chicken martini served with pasta or vegetables; the cavatelli with broccoli rabe, sausage, garlic, and oil; and the rigatoni porcini with porcini mushrooms, shallots, pancetta and truffle cream sauce.

Lunch: Monday-Friday ($24.95)
Dinner: Monday-Friday ($39.95)

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Rini’s Restaurant & Wine Bar


Head to Rini’s for a warm and friendly atmosphere with delicious, classic Italian pasta dishes. The chicken Siciliana is a dish served with a choice of pasta or vegetable of the day. It is served “parmigiana style” topped with eggplant and mozzarella cheese. The whole wheat penne dish is a delectable combination of grilled chicken and broccoli rabe, sauteed perfectly with garlic and olive oil. Sweet potato gnocchi papalina is a scrumptious option sauteed with prosciutto, peas, onions, and cream sauce.

Lunch: All Days ($29.95)
Dinner: All Days ($39.95)

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