DINE & STAY
Where To Stay
Come dine and stay in the Hudson Valley.
These Hudson Valley Restaurant Week participants also offer overnight stays:
- BV’s Grill at The Time Nyack
- Bistro Z
- Borland House Inn
- Crabtree’s Kittle House
- Equus Restaurant at Castle Hotel & Spa
- Henry’s at the Farm
- Hudson House River Inn
- MacArthur’s Riverview Restaurant at the Thayer Hotel
- Mountainside Restaurant – Catskills Mountain House
- Restaurant 1915 at the Bear Mountain Inn
- The Roundhouse
- Valley Restaurant at the Garrison
THINGS TO DO NOW
From day trips to multi-day excursions, make your Hudson Valley Restaurant Week meal an adventure to remember. The Valley is vast and varied. Visit a historic site, museum or nature preserve. Go shopping—and make it “local.” Whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat or a girlfriend’s getaway, a family fun-day or a scenic hike with friends, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is a great time to explore the Hudson River Valley.
- The Culinary Institute of America
- DIA Beacon
- Walkway Over the Hudson
- West Point Foundry Preserve
- Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum
- Hudson River Museum
- Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum
METRO NORTH DEALS & GETAWAYS
Leave the car behind while saving money. From discounted museums and attractions to great outdoor adventures, Metro-North’s Deals & Getaways discount packages make it easy to get away. Many of the HVRW participating restaurants are within easy walking distance of a train station.
Visit one of the region’s growing indoor farmers markets. Perk up your table at one of the region’s growing number of indoor farmers markets. In addition to hardy root vegetables and storage apples, you can perk up your spring table with fresh greenhouse produce and artisanal breads, cheeses and meats. Or, take home some great homemade jams, preserves or pickles. Here’s a handy guide to markets by location and day.
WINE & SPIRIT COUNTRY
The Hudson Valley has become one of the most diverse and interesting new wine regions in the U.S. producing brilliant, effervescent sparkling wines, refreshing bright whites and soft approachable reds. The region is also making a name for its artisanal spirits, craft beers and hard ciders. Explore a vineyard, distillery or brewery.
From Manhattan and points along the Hudson River, you can easily reach the Hudson Valley by Metro-North Railroad. Amtrak also offers services from cities near and far.
If you’re coming from far away, you’ll probably want to fly into one of the Hudson Valley’s major airports. You may arrive at Stewart International Airport or Westchester Airport.
Driving to the Hudson Valley? Use Google Maps to get directions.