Hudson Valley’s Restaurant Week Is Back, Bigger Than Ever
NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – If you’re planning a night out sometime in the next two weeks, start making your reservations now and take advantage of the Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.
The event has grown by seventeen restaurants this year, which means foodies now have a choice of checking out 158 restaurants.
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week will be held between March 14-27 and customers will have a chance to try lunches and dinners, reported WCBS 880’s Catherine Cioffi.
WCBS 880’s Catherine Cioffi with details on the upcoming Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.
“The Hudson Valley is really special in that it has so many great farms and great restaurants and you don’t have to go into the city and spend a fortune for a meal. You can stay closer to home and eat at really amazing restaurants,” said Janet Crawshaw, Valley Table Publisher.
Restaurants participating in Restaurant Week are offering a three-course prix-fixe lunches at $20 and dinners at $28.
“There are a number of great-sounding new restaurants, Day Boat Cafe in Irvington and Fig and Olive in Scarsdale, so people are going to have a lot of reasons to traverse from one end of the region to the other,” said Crawshaw.
Seven counties are participating this year: Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Ulster, Orange, Rockland and Columbia.
River Towns restaurants participating during the two-week promotion include:
Division Street Grill
The Woods at Hollow Brook
Cortlandt Colonial Restaurant
Bistro Z at Doubletree
Equus at the Castle on the Hudson
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Sweet Grass Grill
Day Boat Caf
Red Hat on the River
River City Grill
X2O Xaviars on the Hudson