Spring Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Announced: March 16-29, 2020
Publish Date: 2020-02-18
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and New York State’s recent mandate restricting restaurant business, Spring Hudson Valley Restaurant Week will be postponed until a more sensible time. Today Media, along with our advisory board of local restaurateurs throughout the Hudson Valley, has conferred that this is the right thing to do at this point.
When the dust settles on this awful virus, we will begin planning our next restaurant week, built with major input from our advisory board members – and at no cost to those that participated in this spring session of Restaurant Week. We will do everything we can to make this a newsworthy event and community celebration.
The purpose of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is to promote the restaurant business and celebrate the local restaurateurs, producers, and artisans that make this region an important culinary destination. We will be back there soon.
Best of luck to you during this terrible period, and let us know if there is anything we can do to help publicize any message you are putting forward.
All the best,
The Valley Table Team
The participating restaurants have been released and reservations are now open! Make your reservations now to ensure you get the opportunity to try some place new or revisit some of those old favorites. Browse the twenty restaurants right here in Dutchess County, as well as many additional restaurants throughout the Hudson Valley region.
This two-week dining extravaganza, running from March 16-29, 2020 features a 3-course lunch or dinner and is all about highlighting the talented chefs and locally sourced food of the region. The 3-course prix-fixe lunch is $22.95, and dinner is set at $32.95. No tickets, passes or coupons are required. Price excludes beverages, taxes and tip. Due to the increase in patrons during this time, reservations are strongly suggested.
To find out more about Hudson Valley Restaurant Week and see a list of participating restaurants along with viewing their special menus, visit the Valley Table website.
Willow by Charlie Palmer, Rhinebeck
Several of the participating restaurants are within walking distance from Metro North Railroad stops in Beacon and Poughkeepsie. This is a great excuse to take the train into Dutchess County and make a getaway out of it – unplug, unwind and dine. Work off some of those extra calories with an invigorating hike up Mt. Beacon, or a brisk walk across the Walkway of the Hudson in Poughkeepsie. Interested in art? Explore Dia:Beacon and the smaller art galleries along Main Street in Beacon, or test your history knowledge with a visit to the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, just north of Poughkeepsie. Perk up your palate with the flavors of our local microbrews at Hudson Valley Brewery or Industrial Arts Brewing Company in Beacon, or Zeus Brewing Company or Kings Court Brewery in Poughkeepsie. Let Hudson Valley Restaurant Week be the reason you escape your hometown for a few days and write your own story here in Dutchess!
Heritage Food + Drink, Wappingers Falls