WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- More than 220 restaurants have registered to participate in the 10th Anniversary of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week (HVRW) from March 7 to 20.
“Whether it’s the new restaurant Baja 328 Tequila Bar & Southwest Grill in Beacon or the historic Olde Stone Mill in Tuckahoe, with so many restaurants participating, there is something for everyone, said Janet Crawshaw, publisher of The Valley Table magazine, founding sponsor of HVRW. "Be it date night, corporate lunch, girl’s night out or just a night off from cooking, now’s the time to take advantage of HVRW specials."
The HVRW roster is a balance of restaurants who have participated in Restaurant Week since its inception ten years ago like Crabtree’s Kittle House in Chappaqua and Restaurant X & Bully Boy Bar in Congers and restaurants on both side of the Hudson River who are new to the party like Austin’s in Piermont and New City, Rabbit & Turtle in Poughkeepsie and Winston Restaurant in Mount Kisco.
The record number of restaurants participating in the two-week culinary event will showcase their best dishes for diners exploring old favorites and discovering new ones throughout the Hudson River Valley.
HVRW features prix fixe, three-course dinners for $29.95 and lunches for $20.95. Participating restaurants span throughout seven New York State counties, including Westchester, Rockland, Dutchess, Putnam, Orange, Ulster and Sullivan.
Participating chefs take great pride in using seasonal and sustainable products—often sourcing from surrounding farms—and represent a wide variety of cuisines, including Argentinean, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Mediterranean, Mexican, New American, Thai and Swiss.
"The growing popularity and participation in HVRW over the past decade underscores the importance of the Hudson Valley as a culinary capital, both regionally and nationally," said Crawshaw. "Restaurant owners eager to sign up demonstrate the economic success of the event which has helped it grow to become one of the largest restaurant weeks in the nation.”
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