Hosting a Holiday Party? Head to Heritage Food & Drink | Sponsored | Restaurants | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
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From corporate holiday parties to bridal showers, an inviting atmosphere and a mouth-watering menu are absolute musts for memorable celebrations. The right combination of delicious dining, irresistible desserts, lively libations, and an inviting-yet-sophisticated setting will delight your guests—and light up their Instagram feeds—for days to come.

The event spaces at Heritage Food and Drink in Wappingers Falls check all these boxes, thanks to the award-winning restaurant’s modern-farmhouse vibes and the kitchen staff's devotion to what they call an “insanely delicious” locavore menu. Since opening in 2017, Heritage has become a go-to spot for locals to grab a satisfying bite in an upscale setting with a laidback vibe.
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If you're planning an office party or a corporate event this holiday season, Heritage offers several semiprivate spaces to accommodate your group. The Tap Room fits 36 seated guests or 60 for a cocktail-style event, and the larger Chef's Table offers 90 seated or 110 cocktail and is set facing the visually engaging open kitchen.

The Farmhouse Private Dining Room (70 seated or 100 cocktail) is ideal for holiday parties, rehearsal dinners, bridal and baby showers, corporate events, birthdays, and other celebrations. “The private dining room is an exclusive event space with high-end finishes, fully equipped with a marble bar, private bathrooms, and audio/video capabilities,” says owner Jesse Camac. “The space can be customized to suit guests’ needs: We can create a lounge for a cocktail-style event or add long communal tables for a plated dinner.”
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Menu selections include globally influenced, locally sourced dishes available as a three-course meal, passed platters, or action stations, which  describes as “fun and interactive.” “We’re here to ensure guests have the best experience possible, with a dedicated team that solely does events,” he explains. “Not only is our space beautiful and the food well-prepared, but we really focus on hospitality and guest satisfaction.”
Location Details Heritage Food + Drink
Heritage Food + Drink
1379 U.S. 9
Wappingers Falls, NY
(845) 298-1555
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