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Newcomers to Hudson Valley Restaurant Week This Spring

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This Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, stop by one of these new participants for prix fixe plates at a fraction of the cost.

It’s the most wonderful time of year for foodies in the region: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week! We’re excited to sample from all of the participating restaurants, especially given the many hotspots participating in our two-week event for the very first time. From March 20 to April 2, be sure to stop by one—or all—of these newcomers to Restaurant Week, with fare ranging from haute French to southern comfort.

The Arnold House Tavern

Livingston Manor
Dinner

Dinner ($39.95)

Starters

Smoked Trout Dip
Arnold Burrata

Mains

Northern Farmhouse Pasta
St. Louis Ribs
Pan-Seared Chicken Breast

Desserts

Red Wine Chocolate Tart
Strawberry Cheesecake

 

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Recently recognized by the James Beard Foundation, this restaurant from the Foster Supply Hospitality team is a smash hit in Sullivan County, and its Restaurant Week menu offers but a taste of its prodigious culinary excellence. Additional Restaurant Week participants from the team include The DeBruce, Kenoza Hall, and Piccolo Paese. As for The Arnold House Tavern, diners can expect a quaint, cozy experience with top-notch cocktails and meals to match.

Brigitte Bistro

Red Hook
Dinner

Dinner ($44.95)

Starters

Escargot en Persillade
Tartare de Saumon Frais et Fume
Salade du Marche
Oignon Soup

Mains

Coq au Vin
Pave de Saumon
Duck Confit
Mushroom Risotto

Desserts

Cream Brule
Mousse au Chocolat

Who does it better than the French? At this modern restaurant and wine bar, diners will enjoy fine, fresh, French cuisine prepared “with a master touch.” Come for the bites and stay for the knockout selection of red, white, pink, and sparkling wines.

Mama Roux

Newburgh
Lunch and Dinner

Dinner ($44.95, Wednesday and Thursday)

Starters

Gumbo Ya-ya
White Bean & Bacon Soup
Candy Beets & Goat Cheese Salad

Mains

Mama’s Fried Chicken
Bucatini Primavera
Blackened Red Snapper

Desserts

Buttermilk Pie
Traditional Beignets

Lunch ($39.95, Friday and Saturday)

Starters

Gumbo Ya-ya
Hush Puppies
Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Mains

Mama’s Fried Chicken
Candy Beets & Goat Cheese Salad
Shrimp Po’ Boy

Dessert

Traditional Beignets

 

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It’s the kind of place you’ll find dainty calla lilies at the center of your two-top and art you wish you could steal off the wall for your living room. And it’s also the kind of place you’ll discover your next favorite dish, drink, or drag act (the restaurant is known to host the occasional drag brunch). Mama Roux is a solid choice to dine for date night—at a great price point, we might add—or gather for grub with a group of your foodie friends.

Otto’s Full Service

Piermont
Dinner

Dinner ($39.95)

Starters

Shrimp & Corn Chowder
Spaghetti Alla Norma
Fennel Orange Salad

Mains

Stuffed Chicken Breast
Slow Barbecue Pork Adobo
Garlic Chile Prawns

Desserts

Chocolate Souffle Cake
Coconut Panna Cotta


We don’t know what’s better at Otto’s: the food or the atmosphere. It is housed inside a former gas station dating back to the ’20s, and the restaurant is named after a man who once owned and operated the business. Nowadays, it’s not your car but your stomach and soul which you can fuel at Otto’s. Note that the Restaurant Week menu is only offered on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Restaurant Six

Hopewell Junction
Dinner

Dinner ($44.95)

Starters

French Onion Soup
Soup Du Jour
Escargot
Burrata & Heirloom Tomato
Spinach & Artichoke Dip

Mains

Spring Vegetable Risotto
Pan-Seared French Cut Chicken
Grilled 10 oz. Choice New York Strip Steak
Duck Confit Leg Quarter
French Rack of Lamb
Pan-Seared Salmon

Dessert

Apple Cobbler Crisp
Flourless Chocolate Cake
New York-Style Cheesecake

 

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If you haven’t yet paid a visit to this Dutchess County gem located at the Curry Estate, take advantage of its inaugural Restaurant Week menu. Restaurant Six—which is, in fact, a four-star restaurant—offers a distilled selection from its typical dinner menu. The Curry Estate is a highly-sought-after wedding venue in itself, so this is a great opportunity for prospective brides and grooms to give it a looksee.

The Tasty Table

Ossining
Brunch and Dinner

Brunch ($24.95)

Appetizers

Avocado Toast
French Toast Sticks
Mini Frittatas

Mains

Shakshuka
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
Chicken & Waffles Sandwich

Desserts

Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies
Lavender Blueberry Scone
Mini Carrot Cupcakes

Dinner ($44.95)

Starters

Eggplant Meatballs
Caprese Platter
Caesar Salad

Mains

Shrimp & Grits
The Cuban
Tasty Bowl

Desserts

Chocolate Chip Cookie Skillet
Banana Pudding
Brownie Heath Chip Trifle

 

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This newcomer keeps it simple with its Restaurant Week menu. The catch is its food is prepared from scratch, making its picks even more tempting. Even better, this is a great place to dine vegetarian, with options in every course on both menus. We personally believe two visits to this Westchester staple are necessary—how can you try one menu and not the other?

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