Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is back! I had planned to be in Asia for all of March and miss it, but thanks to the Coronavirus I will be around for (mixed blessing, I guess). It seems like a lot of places have their menus out early, which is a pleasant surprise. Maybe the new management at Valley Table actually said something to restaurants this time.
Last time, we had a great meal at Maria in New Rochelle and will be returning. Also enjoyed The Cookery, as usual. I did not enjoy my meal at Dubrovnik, but my wife enjoyed hers so I guess it was just what I ordered. If you're further north, we had a really nice meal at Ship Lantern Inn up in Milton (Ulster County).
Here's the list of places they're showing as new to HVRW on the website. Some have participated in the past (like Parlor and Village Social). Cookied & Co.'s menu is up and looks interesting. They are also adding 3% for kitchen staff a la David DiBari and there menu looks a bit similar to his places although I don't think he has any involvement. I'd like to see Willow's menu, although it is quite a trek up to Rhinebeck. Also of note up there is Gigi, which I don't think has ever participated before.
1839 Restaurant & Bar – Washingtonville
Bixby's Derby - Monticello
Black Rock Kitchen - Croton-On-Hudson
Cooked & Co. - Scarsdale
Enzo's Restaurant – Mamaroneck
Gigi Trattoria - Rhinebeck
Goosefeather at The Tarrytown House Estate - Tarrytown
La Camelia Restaurant - Mount Kisco
Maple & Rose - Mamaroneck
MiNi's Latin Fusion - New Rochelle
Oak & Reed - Middletown
Orange Hill Global Bistro - Newburgh
The Parlor - Dobbs Ferry
Patsy's Roadhouse - Hopewell Junction
Savor Ristorante & Bar - Mahopac
Sette e Venti – Bedford Hills
Telly's Taverna - Port Chester
Tipsy Taco Bar - Mount Kisco
Titan Steakhouse -Mahopac (where Dish used to be)
Travelers Rest - Ossining
Via Forno - Scarsdale
Village Social Kitchen & Bar - Mount Kisco
Village Social Rye - Rye
Willow by Charlie Palmer @ Mirbeau - Rhinebeck
I'll post the rest of my plans in a reply.
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