Summer 2014 Issue

A fresh batch has just arrived!

Pick up a complimentary copy of Edible Hudson Valley’s Summer 2014 issue 
–at one of these partner locations while supplies last or click here for additional venues.

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Adams Fairacre Farms, Various Locations

Another Fork in the Road, Milan

Applewood Winery, Warwick

Beacon Natural Market, Beacon

Bear Mountain Inn, Bear Mountain

Bedford Gourmet, Bedford

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel

Botanical Arts Press, Accord

Brooklyn Brewery, Williamsburg, Greenpoint & Brooklyn

Brookside Farm, Gardiner

Brookview Station Winery, Schodack

Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa, Milton

Bywater Bistro, Rosendale

Café Le Perche, Hudson

Café Mio, Gardiner

Catskill Brewery, Sullivan County Region

Catskill Provisions, Long Eddy

Catskills Family Creameries

Cheese Louise, Kingston

Coldwell Banker Village Green, Stone Ridge

Dancing Cat Saloon, Bethel and

‎DeCicco Family Markets, Armonk, Brewster, Cornwall and more

Deer Mountain Inn, Tannersville

Down to Earth Farmers Markets, Mamaroneck & Ossining in Westchester County

Edward Ira Schachner, Architect New York, NY

Field Apothecary & Herb Farm, Germantown

Fishkill Farm, Hopewell Junction

Fleisher’s Grassfed & Organic Meats, Kingston

Florida Farmers Market, Florida

Global Palate, West Park

Hammertown, Rhinebeck and Great Barrington

Harney & Sons Fine Teas, Millerton

Harvest Spirits Farm Distillery, Valatie and

Hawthorne Valley Farm Store, Ghent (Harlemville)

Heather Ridge Farm & Bee’s Knees Café, Preston Hollow

Hello Bistro, Livingston Manor

Henry’s at the Farm, Milton

Houlihan Lawrence, Various Locations

Hudson Street Café, Cornwall-on-Hudson

Hudson Valley Farmers’ Market, Red Hook

Hudson Valley Wine Market, Gardiner

Hungry Hollow Coop, Chestnut Ridge

Java Love Coffee Roasting Co., White Lake

Karl Family Farms, Modena

Kingston Farmers Market, Kingston

Magpie Book Shop, Catskill

McEnroe Organic Farm Market, between Millerton and Amenia

Minnewaska Lodge, Gardiner

Mother Earth’s Storehouse, Various Locations

MX Morning Star Farm, Copake

Natural Gourmet Institute, New York, NY

Pawling Farmers Market, Pawling

Peekamoose Restaurant and Tap Room, Big Indian

Phoenicia Diner, Phoenicia

Picklelicious, Teaneck, NJ

Prohibition Distillery, Roscoe

Purple Dragon Food Co-Op, Glen Ridge

Quattro’s Poultry Farm & Market, Pleasant Valley

Red Barn, Highland

Red Devon, Bangall

Red Hook Natural Foods and Market, Red Hook

Restaurant 1915 and the Blue Roof Tapas Bar, Bear Mountain


Roscoe Beer Company, Roscoe

Saunderskill Farms, Accord

Seneca Lake Wine Trail, Finger Lakes Region

Shawangunk Wine Trail, Hudson Valley

Soons Orchards, New Hampton

Sprout Creek Farm, Poughkeepsie

Spruceton Inn, Catskill

Stoutridge Vineyard, Marlboro

Sullivan County, Catskills

Terrapin Restaurant & Bistro, Rhinebeck

The Big Cheese, Rosendale

The Heron, Narrowsburg

The Hop, Beacon

The Nest Egg, Phoenicia

The Rhinecliff Hotel, Rhinecliff

The Stewart House, Athens

The Sylvia Center 7th Annual Benefit Dinner, Katchkie Farm, Kinderhook

Vivian Mandala Design Studio

W. Rogoswki Farm, Pine Island

Wallkill View Farm Market, New Paltz

Warren Kitchen & Cutlery, Rhinebeck

Warwick Valley Farmers’ Market, Village of Warwick

Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery, Warwick

Whitecliff Vineyard & Winery, Gardiner

Woodstock Farm Festival, Woodstock

 Edible Hudson Valley celebrates the local, seasonal food of the Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains. Brimming with engaging articles and enticing photography, Edible Hudson Valley tells the story of food, from source to table, spotlighting the growers, producers, vintners, fishermen, retailers, chefs, home cooks, and others who energize our culinary community.

Published quarterly, Edible Hudson Valley is written for people who are passionate about food. The magazine is distributed free of charge at hundreds of locations throughout the region and by paid subscription. In 2011, as part of its parent network Edible Communities, Edible Hudson Valley was named Publication of the Year by the James Beard Foundation.