Rockland County is making strides as an up-and-coming epicenter of on-trend dining. Cultural hubs, particularly Nyack, are seeing an increasing number of establishments adopt contemporary dining trends, reinventing the local culinary scene into a hip and happening place to eat.
Small plates, homey vibes, exposed brick, and handcrafted cocktails are all some of the top trends flowing through New York’s dining world, and a handful of Rockland’s restaurants are stepping up to the plate to embody these trends, too. Keep scrolling for an inside look at these eateries as they prepare for Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, coming November 4-17.
8 North Broadway
What they offer: Seasonal Mediterranean eats, small plates in a laid-back atmosphere.
8 N Broadway, Nyack
Velo Bistro Wine Bar
What they offer: Exceptional food and wine in a cozy-but-bustling brick-walled interior.
12 N Broadway, Nyack
What they offer: Casual indoor and patio dining with fresh seafood and meat offerings.
420 N Middletown Road, Pearl River
What they offer: A lively eatery featuring small-batch wine and handcrafted cocktails.
162 Main Street, Nyack
What they offer: A Latin bistro with a homey vibe with contemporary Peruvian specialties.
81-83 C Broadway, Nyack
Union Restaurant and Bar Latino
What they offer: Contemporary Latin fusion in a relaxed, hacienda-style atmosphere.
22-24 New Main Street, Haverstraw
What they offer: Locally sourced sushi with a bustling late-night scene.
110 Main Street, Nyack