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Hudson Valley Cheap Eats: The 2020 List

Hudson Valley Cheap Eats: The 2020 List

A Dinner Entree for Less than $15? Count Us In.
For when you’re saving for that tropical vacation, we’ve rounded up 15 Hudson Valley restaurants where you can get a respectable dinner entree for under $15.

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5 Places to Dine and Drink in January 2020

Five spots where we’ll be dining and drinking.

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Wild For The Holidays: A New Foraging Mini-Series from Master Herbalist Dina Falconi

Have you always wished you knew a little more about foraging and herbals? Our area's preniere wild-food expert and clinical herbalist has collaborated with her award-winning vieographer son to create a gift to the world in this series of warm and informative video lessons. Herbal truffles? Yes you can!

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Kitchen at Shale Hill Farm: Michelin-Caliber Catering Comes to the Hudson Valley

Planning an occasion that needs to be nothing short of superb? You might want to look at the catering service offered by the brand-new Kitchen at Shale Hill Farm, ia joint venture of Michelin-starred Chef Patti Jackson and the owners of the Dutch Ale House iand Windmill Wine and Spirits. Their goal: Your sophisticated guests will enjoy the finest meal of their lives on a Hudson valley farm.

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Meet Yesfolk Tonics: A Look Inside Troy's Church of Perpetual Fermentation

Together with a crew of family members, West Coast transplants Yiyi Mendoza and Adam Elabd are building out their fermented beverage biz Yesfolk Tonics, brewing probiotic, beyond-organic kombucha and kefir in the basement of former church in Troy.

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Hudson Valley Businesses Make Good Food Awards Shortlist

Announcing five upstate food makers that made the 2020 Good Food Awards shortlist.

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Food as Self Care: Oliver Weston Cooks the Healing Foods You Don't Have Time to Make

A woman-owned startup begun by an entrepreneurial homeschooler, the Oliver Weston Company now brews its Booklyn-born bone broth—along with a range of five-star Paleo-licious, probiotic and obsessively organic goodies on South Broadway in Red Hook. You can text the chef and arrange to stop in and pick some up or set up a delivery; devoted customers say this is just what the doctor ordered.

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Burning Down the House: 5 Hudson Valley Hot Sauce Brands

Ohhh, I'm on fire. OK, so Bruce Springsteen wasn't singing about hot sauce—but we are. We love when Hudson Valley makers and artisan food producers set their sights on creating a local version of a classic. Here we've rounded up five Hudson Valley hot sauce producers to bring the heat to the table.

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The Booch Belt: Hudson Valley Kombucha Brewers

In the last decade, Kombucha has become the holy grail of the health world available everywhere from gas stations to chain supermarkets. Here is a look at 5 of the Hudson Valley's own artisanal booch brewers.

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Home/Made Hudson: The Secret New Brunch Spot

Partners in life and party-planning, Leisah Swenson and Monica Byrne are building a devout following for their pocket-sized brunch hotspot Home/Made Hudson.

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Hudson Valley Foodie Guide: 5 Culinary Outings for November

Five foodie adventures for November.

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Places to Dine and Drink in the Hudson Valley this October

Fall in the Hudson Valley means there's no shortage of food and beverage-themed festivities to keep you busy (and well-fed) while it's still warm enough to wander around outside, throw in some educational classes, and a few new restaurants and you'll have all the dining plans you could want until November.

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Boscobel's Heritage Applefest Celebrates the Famed Fruit's Past and Present

In addition to being a favorite symbol of fall fun in the region, apples are a strong piece of our history, especially for Boscobel House and Gardens. When Boscobel was being built in the 19th century, apples were the most important fruit in America. The apple orchard at Boscobel celebrates this with their annual Heritage Applefest.

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You Boba Believe It! 8 Spots to Get Your Bubble Tea Fix in the Hudson Valley

For those who don’t know, bubble tea (or boba tea) is an iced tea drink from Taiwan that gets its name from the boba— the traditional chewy tapioca balls or flavored pops—mixed in at the bottom of the cup.If you’re looking for a place to discover what the hype is about, or to find a new array of flavors, check out any of these cool spots serving bubble tea in the Hudson Valley.

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Midnight Munchies: Best Late-Night Food Spots in the Hudson Valley

Everyone needs to get a drunk food-fix.
You’re out late enjoying cocktails with friends and that midnight hunger is striking. You need something substantial to soak up all that liquid goodness and prevent a wicked hangover—but where can you grab a quick bite before you head home (or even possibly out again drink some more)? These restaurants serve middle-of-the-night eats worth trekking to and are some of the best late-night food spots in the Hudson Valley in all their beer-soaking, stomach-pleasing glory.

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