Sign Of Renewal: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Spring 2022

Restaurants & Bars

Sign Of Renewal: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Spring 2022

Here's an easy springtime adventure: try someplace new. Support your favorite eateries, too.

This spring, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week runs March 21 – April 3. (Shutterstock)

HUDSON VALLEY, NY — It's almost time for the Spring 2022 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, where more than 100 eateries will be celebrating the local culinary scene.

From March 21 – April 3, chefs throughout the region will be serving up delicious, creative dishes that feature locally sourced ingredients.

For two weeks, restaurants will offer special, three-course dinner menus for $39.95. Many also offer 3-course lunches for $29.95. (Beverage, tax and tip are not included. Please remember to tip your servers and bartenders!)

Participating restaurants span seven counties in the Hudson Valley: Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Ulster, Orange, Sullivan and Dutchess. Reservations are strongly encouraged (and sometimes required).

Among the many new restaurants joining the lineup this spring are: Apropos Restaurant at The Abbey Inn in Peekskill; Jason Patricks on 44, in Poughkeepsie; One Seventy Nine Bar & Grill, New Rochelle, and Picanha Brazilian Steakhouse in West Nyack.

For a searchable list of all participating restaurants, click here. Make an online reservation through OpenTable by clicking on the "Book Now" button or if it's not available, call the restaurant directly.

(And if you really want to activate your taste buds, check out the HVRW's list of culinary and artisanal products that are adding to the Hudson Valley's growing reputation among foodies.)

Among the sponsors of Spring 2022 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week are: Dutchess County Tourism, Putnam County Tourism, Rockland County Tourism, Westchester County Tourism, Resorts World Catskills, Manhattan Beer, City Winery Hudson Valley, NY Beef Council, Pamal Broadcasting, WHUD-FM, WSPK-FM, The Journal News, Poughkeepsie Journal, and Open Table.

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