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The Westchester Whiskey Sour from Madison Kitchen in Larchmont.
  • The Westchester Whiskey Sour from Madison Kitchen in Larchmont.

In 2006, 70 restaurants participated in Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. This spring, over 200 restaurants throughout the region are joining together for this moveable culinary feast hosted by Valley Table magazine. Between March 7 and March 20, participating restaurants are offering special three-course dinner menus for $29.95. Many also offer three-course lunches for $20.95. There are no tickets for this event—diners can call any restaurant directly to make a reservation. A list of participating restaurants is available at Valleytable.com/hvrw.

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