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wedding at onteora and hudson valley caterers

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by mauwage 17 years ago

Anyone had a wedding or been to a wedding at onteora mountain house? how's the food/service? we're thinking of it but also thinking of getting married at a less wedding-ish location and using loc...

Hudson Valley finds

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by markp 17 years ago

The best food I've eaten in this region over the past year is coming out of a small storefront on Wall St in Kingston -- KINGSTON COOKS. The guy running this place, Carl, is doing four daily luncht...

Best Bakery in the Hudson Valley?

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by Wanda 18 years ago

Having had bread in Montreal, we had concluded (something like Jim Leff, in his article and posts--see Montreal board),that there was nothing anywhere near as good to be had hereabouts. And yes, we...

A new Hudson Valley food guide

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by Polly 18 years ago

Just got a new book, Hudson Valley Harvest, that talks about the farms, food, producers and restaurants in the Hudson Valley, particularly Ulster, Dutchess and Columbia counties....It solves the 'w...

XMas in the Hudson Valley

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by scottso 19 years ago

Help! Is there a decent place for Christmas dinner or even to pick it up from a caterer or restaurant (within 45 mins. of Kingston)? I've been calling around and no one is open. I am not going back...

Best BBQ in the Hudson Valley

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by Shaebones 19 years ago

Felt I had to repost my lost message from the weekend. Visited the folks for Fathers Day in NY and chowed at a new BBQ place called Fireside BBQ and Grill in Salt Point , NY. Just opened June 10th ...

Hudson Valley Garlic Festival in Saugerties NY?

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by mj 19 years ago

has anyone been to this festival? in your opinion, is it worth making a 3-hour trip to go? is it as 'spectacular' as they advertise? should we arrange to stay there? any other local suggestions f...

Newburgh: The Black Rooster, and Hudson Valley Coffee Roasters

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by Simon Gruber 20 years ago

On a swing through Newburgh yesterday, we visited a couple of places worth noting. First, for the uninitiated, Newburgh is right on the Hudson River's west shore, with what I've read is the widest...

Hudson Valley -- Pongo, Red Hook Inn

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by M-L. 20 years ago

Just returned from Columbia County house and had an early dinner at Red Hook Inn. The inn has reopened its dining room(s), and the dinner was very good. We were three. We each had drinks in the ...

Hudson Valley trip

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by Jeremy Osner 23 years ago

At the end of the month, my father and I are taking a bicycle trip from NYC to Saratoga Springs and back. We're going to be hungry just about all the time, and we'll need informal (i.e. acceptab...

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