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Historic Tavern Trail of the Hudson Valley

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Last Updated: 07/25/2016 10:49 am
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Local history, food, and drink are paired in this monthly occurring event. Sample the featured "Apple Jack Drowning" cocktail, named after notable Newburgh-born landscape designer and horticulturalist Andrew Jackson Downing (1815-1852), made from local applejack brandy and apple cider.

Tavern Trail events begin with a history happy hour followed by a historical presentation by an invited expert. After the discussion, a local themed dinner will be served at 7pm.

The next Tavern Trail event will be held on July 29 at Painter's Restaurant in Cornwall from 5:30 to 7pm. Guests interested in staying for the dinner must RSVP with Painter's Restaurant directly.

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