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Terrain & Table Seasonal Dinners Return to Celebrate Food at its Source

Terrain & Table, an immersive outdoor dining experience with local, sustainable food and pastoral views, returns to the Hudson Valley on July 10 with their first dinner of the season. Monthly events held across the Catskills and Hudson Valley feature a different location each time, but the throughline is always enjoying food at the source at sites like farms, orchards, or vineyards. Terrain & Table is a division of The Farmhouse Project.


Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Is Back!

The May event is the perfect way to explore the region’s bounty and show your support for the restaurant community.
After a long winter, the warm spring temps are finally encouraging locals and visitors alike to get out and explore the Hudson Valley’s culinary gems once again. This year, the start of outdoor dining season will also mark the return of one of the region’s most beloved biannual culinary events, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. The two-week-long event, which began in 2006, is the perfect way for diners to celebrate the diversity of chefs and restaurants that have made the Hudson Valley a renowned dining destination—and to support a community that has weathered the worst of the pandemic.


Friends of the Walkway's Annual Starry Starry Night Benefit Goes Virtual

The annual event returns Friday, October 2 at 7pm
Friends of the Walkway's annual benefit, Starry Starry Night, is known as an evening filled with good food, good drinks, and notable Hudson Valley performers. It's a one-of-a-kind opportunity to celebrate and support the Walkway Over the Hudson. And with everything the nonprofit is cooking up for this year, its first virtual benefit is sure to be just as enchanting.


Bethel Woods' Annual Harvest Festival is Back in Socially Distanced Style

The 22nd annual festival runs Sundays, August 30-October 11
Set against the backdrop of the rolling hills of Sullivan County as late summer turns to fall, Bethel Woods' Harvest Festival offers the perfect opportunity to explore the historic site of the 1969 music festival while celebrating the bounty of local farms. This year, the festival’s 22nd, the Harvest Festival will be open from 11am-4pm every Sunday from August 30-October 11.


5 Activities in the Hudson Valley This Week

Dance, music, and film served with a side of bouillabaisse and chili!


4 Fabulous Feasts to Catch at the Culinary Institute of America

Each spring, the Culinary Institute of America hosts a jam-packed lineup of lunches and dinners at their on-site restaurants. The Culinary Series menus for February and March highlight everything from comfort-food classics to nose-to-tail eating.


Cherry (Tomato) on Top: Bloody Mary Festival Comes to the Hudson Valley

You can try 100 Bloody Marys and they’d all have their own special twist. Though professional bartenders and home mixologists alike have debated the best recipe around, you can taste and vote for the best tomato-and-vodka concoctions in the Hudson Valley at The Bloody Mary Festival at Uptown Kingston's Senate Garage.


A Beef and Beer-Fueled Bash: The Culinary Institute of America’s 7th Annual Beefsteak

The Culinary Institute of America is hosting its 7th Beefsteak dinner, a throwback bash inspired by the raucous, men-only parties from the late-1800s.


Five Fall Festivities in the Hudson Valley

On the ticket in the coming weeks: modern dance, locally made artisan gifts, surreal puppetry, fine jazz, and one of the area’s longest-running food festivals.


Coppersea Celebrates Rye Week with Sherry Cask-Finished Release, Flamenco Music

On Saturday October 19, from 12 to 7pm, Coppersea celebrates New York State Rye Week with the release of its Coppersea Distilling PX Sherry Cask-Finished Single Barrel Empire Rye. To further honor the roots of sherry, the release event will feature live flamenco duo Mario Rincon + Andreas Arnold.


What's the Buzz? 5 Boozy Festivals Coming to the Hudson Valley this Fall

Boozy festivals may seem hard to come by, but don’t stress. These five fall festivals are all perfect for you to relax and get a good buzz going while sampling trademark cider, beer, liquor, wine, and craft beverages from across the Hudson Valley.


Go Wild Over These Seasonal Game Meals from The Culinary Institute of America

What better way to celebrate the fall season than by enjoying some impeccably prepared game meats? The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) will embrace the peak time for game cuisine at their upcoming Game Dinner with Burgundies at the Bocuse Restaurant and Game Lunch at American Bounty this November.


This Weekend, Coppersea Celebrates Pork and Preservation

Saturday, October 5, is Pig Fest at Coppersea. You can stock up on bacon, sausage, roasts and chops for your freezer, perfect for chilly-day breakfasts and holiday feasting, while enjoying a lovely October drive down Springtown Road, one of the finest autumn landscapes on earth. Sunday, the distillery hosts Bikes, Bourbon and Brunch, a festive fundraiser for the Wallkill Valley Land Trust.


Celebrate Wine, Food, and Craft Beverage at Bethel Woods' Upcoming Festivals

Join the folks at Bethel Woods for the return of the annual Wine Festival on Saturday, October 5 and the Craft: Beer, Spirits & Food Festival on Saturday, October 12. For the annual events, the historic site of the 1969 Woodstock festival at Bethel Woods will offer complimentary tastings with every ticket purchase.


Five Essential Hudson Valley Events for Late September

Laughs, libations, and live music, what else do you need? How about some garlic on that? It's all here in this week’s grab bag of local goodness.



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