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Last Updated: 10/29/2021 3:02 pm
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Lamb Ragu at Maria, New Rochelle - IMAGES COURTESY OF HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK
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  • Lamb Ragu at Maria, New Rochelle
Summer breezes have yielded to chilly winds, and the cooling temps of fall lend themselves to comfort food.

If you’re curious what autumnal delicacies the region’s restaurants are offering this season, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, from November 1-14, is the perfect time to find out. Okay, so it’s actually two weeks, but with more than 100 of the region’s top restaurants participating, you’ll be glad for the extra time to fit in a few more.

Onion soup at The Dutch, Saugerties - IMAGES COURTESY OF HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK
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  • Onion soup at The Dutch, Saugerties
During the twice-annual Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, local restaurants create special three-course, prix-fixe menus for lunch ($25.95) and/or dinner ($35.95). Participating restaurants have pledged to follow social distancing guidelines, train staff on safety protocols, and follow CDC standards of cleaning and sanitation. Guests are asked to wear a face covering and follow social distancing guidelines. Note that the prix-fixe menus do not include beverage, tax, or gratuity.
Roasted chicken at Cellaio, Monticello - IMAGES COURTESY OF HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK
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  • Roasted chicken at Cellaio, Monticello
Just to whet your appetite, here is a handful of the hearty dishes you can expect from some of the participating HVRW restaurants:

Westchester County
Warm up with Lamb Ragu over Hand-Cut Fettuccine at Maria, in New Rochelle, or try Arancini bursting with cheese in a pool of marinara at Fortina in Armonk, Rye Brook, or Yonkers.



Ulster County
Dutch Onion Soup with caramelized onions and three cheeses will keep you toasty at The Dutch, in Saugerties

Sullivan County
Roasted Chicken al Limone, with baby carrots and tarragon is a winner at Cellaio, at Resorts World Catskills in Monticello

Kale Caesar and other veggie-centric choices at City Winery Hudson Valley, Montgomery. - IMAGES COURTESY OF HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK
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  • Kale Caesar and other veggie-centric choices at City Winery Hudson Valley, Montgomery.

Dutchess County

Enjoy Beef and Bleu Cheese Pot Pie, steaming with shaved ribeye, caramelized onions, and garlic cream at Heritage Food + Drink, in Wappingers Falls

Orange County

Indulge in a half-pound of brisket with an appetizer, a side, and dessert at Handsome Devil BBQ, in Newburgh, or dig into a Kale Caesar at City Winery in Montgomery.

Putnam County
Try a Musubi Roll, with house-made spam, nori, rice, and a kewpie mayo at Clock Tower Grill, in Brewster
Musubi Roll at Clock Tower Grill, Brewster - IMAGES COURTESY OF HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK
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  • Musubi Roll at Clock Tower Grill, Brewster
Rockland County
With a jumbo lump crab cake in a Lobster Vin Blanc sauce as an appetizer, the entrees that follow are sure to blow your mind at The Old ‘76 House, in Tappan
Crab cakes at The Old '76 House, Tappan - IMAGES COURTESY OF HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK
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  • Crab cakes at The Old '76 House, Tappan
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