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2012 WINTER FARMERS’ MARKET GUIDE

2012 WINTER FARMERS’ MARKET GUIDE

Farmers' Market
Photograph:
courtesy of Community Markets
Over 700 farmers’ markets* were held throughout New York State this past year, and a small, but increasing number are now operating during the winter season as well. Winter farmers’ markets offer root vegetables, baked goods, dairy products, honey, preserves —and an opportunity to continue to directly support Hudson Valley farmers, many of whom were financially devastated by this year’s extreme weather events. Show your support by shopping these indoor venues this season
—N. Painter

DUTCHESS COUNTY

Amenia
Saturday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Dec.; first and third Saturdays
Jan.–Apr.
Town Hall, Rte. 22
ameniafarmersmarket.com

Beacon
Sunday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
Beacon Sloop Clubhouse
(near the ferry dock)
Beacon Train Station
thebeaconfarmersmarket.com

Poughkeepsie
Third Saturday of the month,
10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Dec.–Apr.
Vassar College–College Center
Raymond Ave.
wintersunfarms.com

Red Hook
Alternate Saturdays:
10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Dec. 3, 17, 31; Jan. 14, 28; Feb. 11, 25; Mar. 10, 24; Apr. 7
Elmendorph Inn, corner of N. Broadway (Rte. 9) and
Cherry St.

Rhinebeck
Alternate Sundays,
10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Dec. 4, 18; Jan. 8, 22; Feb. 5, 19; Mar. 4, 18; Apr. 1, 15, 29
Rhinebeck Town Hall
80 E. Market St.
rhinebeckfarmersmarket.com

ORANGE COUNTY

Pine Island
Last Saturday of the month,
10 a.m.–3 p.m. Jan., Feb., Mar.
(also pre-holiday market,
Dec. 17)
W. Rogowski Farm
327-329 Glenwood Rd.
pineislandfarmersmarket.com

Warwick
Saturday, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.
Jan.–Mar.
Indoor Market at Pennings
161 Rte. 94 S. & Warwick Tpk.
penningsfarmmarket.com

PUTNAM

Cold Spring/Garrison
Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Philipstown Community Center
107 Glenclyffe Dr.
(off Rte. 9D, 2 mi. north of
Bear Mountain Bridge)
csfarmmarket.org

ROCKLAND

Palisades
Saturday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Jan. 15–June 4
Community Center
675 Oak Tree Rd.
palisadesny.com

SULLIVAN COUNTY

Callicoon
Alternate Sundays,
11 a.m.–2 p.m.
Dec. 18, Jan. 8, 22; Feb. 5, 19;
Mar. 4, 18; Apr. 1, 15, 29
Delaware Community Center
8 Creamery Rd.

ULSTER COUNTY

Gardiner
Third Saturday of the month,
11 a.m.–3 p.m.
Dec.–Feb.
Gardiner Library
133 Farmers Turnpike

Kingston
First and third Saturday of
the month, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
The Old Dutch Church
Bethany Hall
272 Wall St.
kingstonfarmersmarket.org

New Paltz
Second Saturday of the month,
10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Dec.–Apr.
New Paltz Community Center
Veteran Drive
(off Rte. 32, behind Town Hall)
wintersunfarms.com

Rosendale
First Sunday of the month,
10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Dec.–May (Jan. market
held on Jan. 8)
Community Center
1055 Rte. 32
rosendalefarmersmarket.com

Saugerties
Sunday, noon–4 p.m.
Dec. 18, Jan. 15, Feb. 12
Senior Center, 207 Market St.
saugertiesfarmersmarket.com

WESTCHESTER COUNTY

Briarcliff
Saturday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Jan. 7–May 19
Pace University, 235 Elm Rd.
communitymarkets.biz

Hastings
Saturday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Dec.–May
James Harmon Community
Center, Main St.
hastingsfarmersmarket.org

Irvington
Select Wednesdays,
2:30–7:30 p.m.
Dec. 7, Jan. 4, Feb. 1, 29, Apr. 4
Senior Center, 29 Bridge St.
irvingtonfarmersmarket.net

Mamaroneck
Saturday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Jan. 7–May 19
Heathcote Hall,
St. Thomas Episcopal Church
168 W. Boston Post Rd.
communitymarkets.biz

Mt. Kisco
Saturday, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Boys & Girls Club of
Northern Westchester
351 Main Street

Pocantico Hills/Tarrytown
Second Sunday of the month,
1–4 p.m.
Dec.–Mar., also Apr. 15
Stone Barns Center
for Food and Agriculture
630 Bedford Rd.
stonebarnscenter.org

*NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets

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2012 FARMERS’ MARKET GUIDE

summer produce
Photographs: Carole Topalian

Whether you’re a visitor or a full-time resident, farmers’ markets are the best place to experience the tastes of the Hudson Valley. Get out, buy local and support our farmers this season.

COLUMBIA COUNTY

Chatham
Friday, 4–7pm,
June 1–mid-Oct.
15 Church St.
(1 block west of Rte. 66 & 203)

Copake
2nd & 4th Saturday, 9am–1pm
June 9–Oct. 27
Church St.Town Ctr. (parking lot)

Hillsdale
1st, 3rd & 5th Saturday, 9am–noon
June 2–Oct.
Hillsdale Park (btw. Rtes. 22 & 23)

Hudson
Saturday, 9am–1pm
May 5–Nov. 17
Sixth & Columbia Sts.
hudsonfarmersmarketny.com

Kinderhook
Saturday, 9am–1pm
June 9–mid-Oct.
Village Green along Hudson St.
kinderhookconnection.com

Lebanon Valley
Sunday, 10am–2pm
May 27–Oct.
Town Ctr. (Rtes. 20 & 22)

Philmont
Sunday, 10am–1pm
June 3–Oct. 10
Tripp Ctr. parking lot, 93 Main St.
(opposite Gabriel’s)
pbinc.org/revitalization

DELAWARE COUNTY

Delhi
Wednesday, 10am–2pm
June–Sept.
Court House Sq., Main St.

Franklin
Sunday, 10am–2pm
May 27–Oct. 7
Chapel Hall, 25 Institute St.

Pakatakan (Halcottsville)
Saturday, 9am–2pm
mid-May–mid-Oct.
Round Barn, Rte. 30
(5 mi. north of Margaretville)

Sidney
Tuesday, 10am–2pm
July–Oct.
Video Entertainment parking lot,
89 Main St.

Walton
2nd & 4th Friday, 10am–2pm
July 8–Sept. 23
Robinson Bros. Auction Bldg.,
Delaware &West Sts.

DUTCHESS COUNTY

Amenia
Friday, 3–7pm
May 18–early Oct.
Town Hall
ameniafarmersmarket.com

Arlington
Monday & Thursday, 3–7pm
July–Oct.
Raymond & Collegeview Aves.,
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie

Beacon
Sunday, 10am–4pm
Year-round
Waterfront Ferry Landing (at train sta.)
thebeaconfarmersmarket.com

Fishkill
Thursday, 9am–4pm
July–Oct.
Main St. Plaza (Rte. 52)

Hyde Park
Saturday, 9am–2pm
May–Oct.
Town Hall parking lot, Rte. 9
hydeparkchamber.org

LaGrangeville
Friday, 3–7pm
June 8–end of Oct.
Rte. 55, M&T Bank Plaza

Millbrook
Saturday, 9am–1pm
May 26–late Oct.
Front St. & Franklin Ave.
millbrookfarmersmarket.com

Millerton
Saturday, 9am–1pm
May 26–Oct. 27
Railroad Plaza (just off Main St.)
neccmillerton.org

Pawling
Saturday, 9am–noon
July 7–Oct. 6
Pawling Green, Charles Coleman Blvd.
pawlingfarmersmarket.org

Poughkeepsie
Friday, 2–6pm
June 1–Oct. 28
Pulaski Park onWashington St.
(on approach toWalkway Over the Hudson)
farmproject.org/market

Pine Plains
Saturday, 9am–1pm
June–Sept.
Off Rte. 199 behind the Stissing House

Rhinebeck
Sunday, 10am–2pm
May 13–Nov.
Municipal parking lot, E. Market St.
(Dec. – April at Town Hall, 80 Market Street)
rhinebeckfarmersmarket.com

Wassaic
Tuesday, 2–6pm
May–Oct.
Main St. (near post office)

GREENE COUNTY

Catskill
Saturday, 9:30am–1:30pm
June 18–Oct. 29
Bridge St. parking lot
welcometocatskill.com

New Baltimore
Saturday, 9am–noon
June 9–Oct.
Cecil C. Hallock Park (Rte. 54)
newbaltimorefarmersmarket.org

ORANGE COUNTY

Cornwall
Weds, 11:30am–5:30pm
May 30–Oct. 24
Saturday, 11am–3pm
June 2–Oct. 6
Town Hall, 183 Main St.
cornwallcoop.com

Florida
Tuesday, 11:30am–5:30pm
June–Oct.
Intersection of Rte. 17A & I-94
warwickinfo.net

Goshen
Friday, 10am–5pm
May 25–Oct.
Village Square, Main St. & S. Church St.
goshennychamber.com

Middletown
Saturday, 8am–1pm
June 11–Oct. 22
ErieWay (btw. Grove & Cottage Sts.)
middletownbid.com

Monroe
Wednesday, 9am–3pm
July–Nov.
Museum Village, 1010 Rte. 17M

Montgomery
Friday, 10am–4pm
June 2–Oct. 27
Clinton St. at old post office
(next to municipal lot)
villageofmontgomery.org

Newburgh–Ann St.
Last Saturday of month, 10am–4pm
June–Sept.
Corner Liberty St. & Bway
Municipal parking lot

Newburgh at Downing Park
Friday, 10am–5pm
July–Oct.
Robinson Ave.,
(corner of Rte. 9W & South St.)
downingpark.org

Newburgh—Healthy Orange
Tuesday, 9am–2pm
July–Oct.
130 Bway (lot next to House of Refuge)
healthyorange.com

New Milford
Saturday, 9am–1pm
May 12–Nov. 17
Town Green on Main St.

Pine Bush
Saturday, 9am–1:30pm
May 19–Oct. 20
Main & New Sts. behind
Crawford Cultural Ctr.
pinebushfarmersmarket.com

Pine Island/Black Dirt
Saturday, 10am–2pm
June 16–Sept. 29
“Jolly Onion” parking lot
(Rte. 1 and Pulaski Hwy.)
pineislandny.com

Port Jervis–Tri State
Saturday, 8am–2pm
June–Nov.
Municipal lot, Ball & Front Sts.
tristatechamber.net

Sugar Loaf
Saturday, 10am–3pm
June–Oct.
1389 Kings Hwy. at Pine Hill Rd.
sugarloafnewyork.com

Tuxedo
Saturday, 9am–2pm
June 16–Oct. 27
Train Sta., 240 Rte. 17N
tuxedofarmersmarket.com

Walden
Friday, 1–5:30pm
June–Oct.
Wooster Memorial Grove, Rte. 52E
villageofwalden.org

Warwick Valley
Sunday, 9am–2pm
May 13–Nov. 18
South St. parking lot
(one block off Main)
warwickvalleyfarmersmarket.org

West Point/Town of Highlands
Sunday, 9am–2:30pm
June 19–Nov. 3
Municipal parking lot
(across fromWest Pt.Visitors Ctr.)
Main St., Highland Falls

PUTNAM COUNTY

Brewster
Wednesday & Saturday,
9am–2pm
June 15–Nov. 19
Village Hall Peaceable Hill Rd.,
Rtes. 6 & 22
betterbrewster.org

Cold Spring
Saturday, 8:30am–1:30pm
May 12–Nov. 17
Boscobel, 1601 Rte. 9D
csfarmmarket.org

ROCKLAND COUNTY

Haverstraw
Sunday, 9am–1pm
June 17–Oct. 28
New Main St.
haverstrawchamber.org/market

Nyack
Thursday, 8am–2pm
May–Nov.
Municipal parking lot
(corner Main & Cedar Sts.)
rocklandcounty.org

Piermont
Sunday, 9:30am–3pm
May 27–Nov. 20
M&T Bank lot,
Ash St. & Piermont Ave.
communitymarkets.biz

Spring Valley
Wednesday, 8:30am–4pm
July 11–Nov.
Parking lot (Rte. 45 & N. Church St.)
communitymarkets.biz

Suffern
Saturday, 8:30am–1pm
June 9–Nov. 17
Train Sta.
(btw. Lafayette & Orange Aves.)
suffernfarmersmarket.
wordpress.com

SULLIVAN COUNTY

BethelWoods Harvest Festival
Sunday, 11am–4pm
Sept. 2–Oct. 7
Hurd &West Shore Rd.
bethelwoodscenter.org/
community/harvest

Callicoon
Sunday, 11am–2pm
May 6–Nov. 25
Callicoon Creek Park,
Audrey Dorrer Dr.
sullivancountyfarmersmarkets.org

Jeffersonville
Thursday, 3–6pm
July 5–Aug. 30
Main St. & Rte. 52
(parking lot across from post office)
sullivancountyfarmersmarkets.org

Kauneonga Lake
Friday, 3–6pm
July–Sept.
2586 Rte. 55 pavilion
(behind Fire Dept.)

Liberty
Friday, 3–6pm
May 11–Oct. 5
Darbee Lane
sullivancountyfarmersmarket.org

Roscoe
Sunday, 10am–2pm
May 13–late-Oct.
Rte. 206 (ctr. of town)

ULSTER COUNTY

Ellenville
Sunday, 10am–2pm
May 20–Oct.
Market & Center Sts.

Gardiner
Friday, 3–7pm
June 1–Oct.
Gardiner Library, Farmers Tpk.
gardinerlibrary.org

Milton—Heart of the Hudson Valley
Saturday, 9am–2pm
June–Oct.
Cluett Schantz Pk., 1801–1805 Rte. 9W
hhvfarmersmarket.com

Kingston
Saturday, 9am–2pm
May 26–Nov. 17
Wall St., btw. John & N. Front Sts.
kingstonnyfarmersmarket.org

New Paltz
Sunday, 10am–3pm
June 3–Nov. 18
24 Main St. (oppositeWells Fargo Bank)
newpaltzfarmersmarket.com

Rosendale
Sunday, 9am–2pm
June–Oct.
Rosendale Recreation Ctr., 1055 Rte. 32
rosendalefarmersmarket.com

Saugerties
Saturday, 10am–2pm
May 26–Oct. 20
115 Main St.
saugertiesfarmersmarket.com

Woodstock
Wednesday, 3:30pm–dusk
May 30–Oct. 24
6 Maple Ln.
woodstockfarmfestival.com

WESTCHESTER COUNTY

Bronxville
Saturday, 8:30am–1pm
May 26–Nov. 17
Stone Pl. at Paxton Ave.
bronxvillechamber.com

Chappaqua
Saturday, 8:30am–1:30pm
May–Nov.
Church of St. Mary the Virgin
191 S. Greeley Ave.
chappaquafarmersmarket.com

Croton
Wednesday, 1:30–6:30pm
May 30–Nov. 21
Municipal Pl. & Riverside Ave.,
Croton-on-Hudson
communitymarkets.biz

Dobbs Ferry
Friday, 10am–4pm
June 1–Oct.
Cedar & Main Sts.
dobbsferryfarmersmarket.com

Elmsford
Saturday, 9am–4pm
June–Oct.
Elm Place, btw. 9A & N. Stone Ave.
(just past CVS)

Irvington
Wednesday, 3:30–7:30pm
May–Oct.
101 Main St. (school parking lot)
irvingtonfarmersmarket.net

Hartsdale
Saturday, 8am–3pm
June 2–Nov. 24
Train Sta. (E. Hartsdale Ave. & Fenimore Rd.)

Hastings
Saturday, 8:30am–1:30pm
June–Nov.
Library lot at 7 Maple Ave.
hastingsfarmersmarket.org

Katonah—Muscoot
Sunday, 10am–3pm
May 8–Oct. 30
Muscoot Farm, 51 Rte. 100
muscootfarm.org/farmersmarket

Larchmont
Saturday, 8:30am–1pm
May 26–Dec.
MTA Parking Deck off Chatsworth Ave.
(near 1 RailroadWay)
communitymarkets.biz

Lewisboro
Saturday, 8:30am–1pm
May–Nov.
Parking lot of John Jay H.S., Rte. 121

Mt. Kisco
Saturday, 9am–1pm
Year ‘round
351 Main St.
Boys & Girls Club parking lot
bgcnw.com

New Rochelle
Friday, 8am–3pm
June–Nov.
Library Green Pk., corner of Huguenot & Lawton Sts.
communitymarkets.biz

Ossining
Saturday, 8:30am–1pm
May 26–Dec.
Corner of Main & Spring Sts.,
(post office, 100 Main St.)
communitymarkets.biz

Peekskill
Saturday, 8:30am–2pm
June 9–Nov.
Bank St.
downtownpeekskill.com

Pleasantville
Saturday, 8:30am–1pm
May 26–Dec.
Memorial Plaza off Manville Rd.
communitymarkets.biz

Pocantico Hills
Friday–Sunday, 1–4pm
May–Nov.
Stone Barns Ctr. for Food and Agriculture
630 Bedford Rd.
stonebarncenter.org

Rye
Sunday, 8:30am–2pm
May 27–Dec.
Municipal parking lot #2,
Theodore Fremd Ave.
communitymarkets.biz

Tarrytown
Saturday, 8:30am–1pm
May 26–Nov.
Patriots Park (Rte. 9, adjacent to public library)
communitymarkets.biz

White Plains
Wednesday, 8am–4pm
April 25–Nov. 21
Court St. btw. Martine Ave. & Main St.

Yonkers
Thursday, 9am–4pm
July–Nov.
1 Hudson St., St. John’s Church courtyard at S.

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James Beard Award

EDIBLE COMMUNITIES PUBLICATIONS WIN
“PUBLICATION OF THE YEAR AWARD”
FROM THE JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION

James Beard MedallionMay 9, 2011Edible Jersey, has been awarded the 2011 Publication of the Year Award from the James Beard Foundation, along with the nearly 70 other titles currently publishing within the Edible Communities network of regional food magazines. During the James Beard Journalism Awards dinner held in New York City last Friday evening, Edible Communities co-founders, Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian, were on hand to accept the award on behalf of all of the Edible magazines.

“We could not be happier or more proud of our publishers than we are right now — they each bring an incredibly high level of quality to their magazines and are experts at knowing all there is to know about their local food communities, says Ryder. They all work very hard to ensure that each issue is full of compelling stories and images and also play an active role in their local food communities. To know that the vote was unanimous and that every member of the Beard Foundation Journalism Awards Committee voted for us is an honor we deeply appreciate.”

According to Nancy Brannigan Painter, editor and publisher of Edible Jersey, the recognition “is a testament to the support we’ve been given by our local New Jersey food community over the years. Without our readers, advertisers, writers, photographers, and friends, the success of the magazine would not have been possible. We thank them and are so delighted to share this honor with them.” The Garden State-focused publication launched in the Summer of 2007.

Background and information from the James Beard Awards Committee:

This year, the Journalism Committee of the James Beard Foundation Awards has decided for the first time to present a special award for what it deems to be Publication of the Year. The Publication of the Year Award recognizes a publication—in magazine, newspaper, or digital format—that demonstrates fresh directions, worthy ambitions, and a forward-looking approach to food journalism.

The publications produced by the Edible Communities company are “locavores” with national appeal. They are locally grown and community based, like the foods, family farmers, growers, retailers, chefs, and food artisans they feature. The company’s unique publishing model addresses the most crucial trends in food journalism; the publications are rooted in distinct culinary regions throughout the United States and Canada, celebrating local, seasonal foods with the goal of transforming the way we shop, cook, and eat. Their underlying values speak to today’s spirit of shared responsibility: every person has the right to affordable, fresh, healthful food on a daily basis.

Through the vision of its co-founders, Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian, Edible Communities began in 2002 with a single publication, Edible Ojai, in their California hometown. Maintaining consistent standards of excellence, the network has grown to 70 publications in 2011. Edible Communities’ regional journalists and publishers are local foods advocates who write with a community voice, reside in the communities where they publish, and savor the culinary products produced there.

Edible Communities is more than a group of high-quality, regional print magazines with compelling storytelling and visual narratives. Through electronic and digital platforms—websites, social media, Edible Radio podcasts, and popular local events—its food journalism carries regional stories to national and global audiences. We believe that in years to come the collected work of these unique publications will serve as a valuable resource for exploring the impact of regional food and agriculture from a grassroots perspective.

At a time when journalists are reinventing traditional publications and embracing digital formats, the Journalism Committee of the James Beard Foundation is proud to recognize Edible Communities for this first-ever award. Edible Communities’ body of work reflects excellence in the ever-changing world of food journalism. Its publications inform and connect today’s food-savvy readers with local communities that stand for a healthful, flavorful, and sustainable food supply.

— The Journalism Awards Committee

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Eat Drink Local Details

Eat Drink Local

During the week of June 24–30,
enjoy Eat Drink Local meals at these partner restaurants in the Hudson Valley, many of whom are offering prix-fixe* and supplemental menus showcasing our regional bounty. Come back to ediblehudsonvalley.com for information on Eat Drink Local Week and other delicious Hudson Valley happenings all Summer long.

For more about Eat Drink Local Week throughout New York State, visit ediblemanhattan.com

NOTE BELOW: EDL = Eat Drink Local offering, week of June 24 – 30

A TAVOLA TRATTORIA
46 Main Street, New Paltz
845-255-1426 atavolany.com
Serving dinner Thursday through Monday, this restaurant featuresrustic countryside Italian food served on mismatched Hudson Valley farm tables. Enjoy house-made bread and pastas showcasing local ingredients, such as fresh pappardelle with a 7-hour braised Bolognese, as well as local mushroom risotto. Specialty cocktails feature Tuthilltown Vodka and Breuckelen Gin.
EDL Visit website for more information on menus & events.

BULL AND BUDDHA
319 Main Street, Poughkeepsie
845-337-4848 bullandbuddha.com
Nestled in Poughkeepsie’s revitalized downtown, Bull and Buddha restaurant fuses an urban interior with exotic design elements of the East. Served under the watchful eye of a hand-carved two-ton Buddha, the Asian-themed menu reflects the bounty and diversity ofthe Hudson Valley.
EDL Visit website for more information on daily menu offerings such as kombucha squash soup and wasabi pea–crusted salmon.

BYWATER BISTRO
419 Main Street, Rosendale
845-658-3210 bywaterbistro.com
Stop into the Bywater Bistro for the best regional craft beers on draft, or for snacks or dinner, served in their cozy dining room, on their back porch or in their creek-side garden.
EDL Enjoy a four-course dinner menu showcasing ingredients from Veritas Farms, Bradley Farm and Hudson Valley Duck Farm.$35 per person. Recommended beverage pairings includeselections from Captain Lawrence Brewing Company andTuthilltown Spirits as well as New York State wines.

THE DUTCH ALE HOUSE
253 Main Street, Saugerties
845-247-BEER dutchalehouse.com
The Dutch, a local pub specializing in New York beers as well as local wines and spirits, will achieve the ultimate in “local beer” with the opening of their own microbrewery later this year. Along with the area’s best beer selection, experience their bacon, egg & cheeseburger—voted one of the TOP 10 Burgers in NY—and truffled garlic wings.
EDL Enjoy plenty of local food specialties and events each evening, highlighting local breweries.

FLYING PIG ON LEXINGTON
251 Lexington Avenue, Mount Kisco
914-666-7445 flyingpigonlex.com
The Flying Pig is Northern Westchester’s standard-bearer for local, natural and farm-to-table foods. With a menu that showcases farmfresh foods, they ensure that small local Hudson Valley farms survive and thrive, and they allow diners to experience the sensory joy of eating locally, seasonally and healthfully. Open Monday–Saturday,lunch and dinner; Sundays for brunch.
EDL Visit website for more information on menus and events.

GLOBAL PALATE
1746 Route 9W, West Park
845-385-6590 globalpalaterestaurant.com
The Global Palate is an eclectic mix of local sustainable ingredients with world cuisine. The restaurant uses only all-natural hormone free meats and poultry, and spotlights local farmers.
EDL Enjoy a 3-course prix-fixe meal showcasing the freshest ingredients from area farms. Every ingredient is local, and the menu will change daily. $35 per person. Also featuring local beer or wineby the glass to pair with your meal.

GUNK HAUS
387 South Street, Highland
845-883-0866 gunkhaus.com
According to its owners, the Gunk Haus pantry would be bare without the hard work and craftsmanship of their friends and neighbors. From Claude and Holly Osterhoudt’s Black Angus beef and Mark Elia’s artisan sausages to Gabe and Kathy Cicale’s Monkey Joe coffee, and dozens of other unsung heroes, “they make us who we are.”
EDL Visit the website for menu options such as sweet potato strudeland jägerschnitzel made with pastured, hormone-free pork loin.

HENRY’S FARM TO TABLE AT
BUTTERMILK FALLS INN + SPA

220 North Road, Milton
845-795-1500 henrysatbuttermilk.com
Every week is “Eat Local Week” at this restaurant located at the spectacular Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa, serving fresh and organically grown produce, meats and poultry from their own and neighboring farms. Henry’s seasonal menus offer the best of Hudson Valley farm country, in a tasteful, fashionable dining room overlooking the estate.
EDL Enjoy a Hudson Valley 4-course prix-fixe dinner featuring Labelle Farm duck spring rolls, Hudson Valley Cattle Company grass-fed sirloin and more. $40 per person.

PEEKAMOOSE
RESTAURANT & TAP ROOM
8373 State Route 28, Big Indian
845-254-6500 peekamooserestaurant.com
This popular restaurant and tap room features Hudson Valley farmhouse cuisine in a modern yet rustic country setting.Menu changes daily with whatever is freshest from the market.
EDL Enjoy a Taste of the Catskills 3-course prix-fixe menu showcasing ingredients from Lucky Dog and RSK Farms–and topped off with a dessert of buttermilk panna cotta with locally grown rhubarb and strawberry compote. $19 per person (plus $9 per person for wine pairing to accompany each course).

ROCK AND RYE TAVERN
215 Huguenot Street, New Paltz
845-255-7888 rockandrye.com
The seasonal menus at this establishment, featuring local meat and produce, are always simply but perfectly prepared by chef Jeremy Kolakowski. An added plus is the restaurant’s outdoor seating with beautiful views.
EDL Enjoy a 3-course prix-fixe dinner showcasing local meat and produce from Rykowski, Taliaferro and RSK Farms. $32 perperson. Bartender Cassie Fellet will be offering seasonal cocktails featuring the local distillers Tuthilltown and Harvest Spirits.

SWEET GRASS GRILL
24 Main Street,Tarrytown
914-631-0000 sweetgrassgrill.com
A casual restaurant in the heart of Tarrytown, Sweet Grass Grill features local and seasonal food with daily soups, salads and a changing roster of entrées.
EDL Celebrate your local farms as Sweet Grass turns the spotlight on farm partners Amba, Ryder, Stone Barns and others. Daily menus feature special salads and entrées made with produce from featured farms. Know your farmer; know your food.

TAVERN AT THE HIGHLANDS
COUNTRY CLUB
955 Route 9D, Garrison
845-424-3254 highlandcountryclub.net
The farm-to-table philosophy at Tavern is based on the belief that a great meal starts with great ingredients. Executive chef Jason Wood sources the best local ingredients for his dishes from neighboring farms such as Glynwood, Blooming Hill and Garrison, the two-acre farm located on the Highland’s sister property. Open to the public for lunch and dinner, Tuesday–Sunday.
EDL Visit website for more information on menus and events.

TERRAPIN
6426 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck
845-876-3330 terrapinrestaurant.com
Voted “Best Restaurant in Dutchess County,” Terrapin restaurant, bistro, bar and catering service consistently provides the freshest, highest-quality food; celebrating the robust local bounty through New American cuisine.
EDL Create a delicious Hudson Valley 2-course prix-fixe dining experience by selecting from a choice of 4 appetizers and 4 entrées,showcasing ingredients such as Sky Farm baby arugula, Northwind free-range chicken, cheese from Chatham Sheepherding and much more. $29 per person.

TUTHILL HOUSE AT THE MILL
20 Gristmill Lane, Gardiner
845-255-4151 tuthillhouse.com
This restaurant and tavern’s homemade menu is inspired by Italian and American seasonal cuisine featuring fresh, local artisan products and ingredients of the Hudson Valley.
EDL Enjoy a supplemental menu featuring favorite local ingredients such as Acorn Hill Farmstead goat cheeses, Gardiner grass-fed beef, and a variety of local produce. An array of regional beverages will also be available, including offerings from Whitecliff Winery, Tuthilltown Spirits, and Ommegang and Brooklyn breweries.

VALLEY AT THE GARRISON
2015 Route, Garrison
845-424-3604 thegarrison.com
Located an hour north of New York City, The Garrison is a 300-acre property with spectacular 360-degree views of the Hudson River and surrounding mountainous landscape.
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Eat Drink Local

{xtypo_dropcap}I{/xtypo_dropcap}n the Hudson Valley and across the Empire state, join us in celebrating the restaurants, wine shops and wineries, breweries and beer bars, farms, food artisans and everyone who feeds us.

The 3rd annual Eat Drink Local week kicks off June 24, with the collaboration of all Edible magazines in New York State, and involves partners from the entire food chain. Dine out, cook in, and celebrate the ingredients, landscape and people behind our food and drink.

Eat Drink Local—including the Challenge, the Ingredients of the Day and other weeklong promotions—raises awareness about the bounty of products grown in the region, drives customers to the restaurants and other businesses that feature these products, and raises funds for charitable partners dedicated to regional agriculture throughout the state.

From June 24-30, enjoy Eat Drink Local meals at these partner restaurants in the HUDSON VALLEY:

(List of Participating Restaurant and Partners Coming Soon)

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During the week of June 24–30,
enjoy Eat Drink Local meals at these partner restaurants in the Hudson Valley, many of whom are offering prix-fixe* and supplemental menus showcasing our regional bounty. Come back to ediblehudsonvalley.com for information on Eat Drink Local Week and other delicious Hudson Valley happenings all Summer long.

For more about Eat Drink Local Week throughout New York State, visit 
ediblemanhattan.com

NOTE BELOW: EDL = Eat Drink Local offering, week of June 24 – 30

A TAVOLA TRATTORIA
46 Main Street, New Paltz
845-255-1426 atavolany.com
Serving dinner Thursday through Monday, this restaurant featuresrustic countryside Italian food served on mismatched Hudson Valley farm tables. Enjoy house-made bread and pastas showcasing local ingredients, such as fresh pappardelle with a 7-hour braised Bolognese, as well as local mushroom risotto. Specialty cocktails feature Tuthilltown Vodka and Breuckelen Gin.
EDL Visit website for more information on menus & events.

BULL AND BUDDHA
319 Main Street, Poughkeepsie
845-337-4848 bullandbuddha.com
Nestled in Poughkeepsie’s revitalized downtown, Bull and Buddha restaurant fuses an urban interior with exotic design elements of the East. Served under the watchful eye of a hand-carved two-ton Buddha, the Asian-themed menu reflects the bounty and diversity ofthe Hudson Valley.
EDL Visit website for more information on daily menu offerings such as kombucha squash soup and wasabi pea–crusted salmon.

BYWATER BISTRO
419 Main Street, Rosendale
845-658-3210 bywaterbistro.com
Stop into the Bywater Bistro for the best regional craft beers on draft, or for snacks or dinner, served in their cozy dining room, on their back porch or in their creek-side garden.
EDL Enjoy a four-course dinner menu showcasing ingredients from Veritas Farms, Bradley Farm and Hudson Valley Duck Farm.$35 per person. Recommended beverage pairings includeselections from Captain Lawrence Brewing Company andTuthilltown Spirits as well as New York State wines.

THE DUTCH ALE HOUSE
253 Main Street, Saugerties
845-247-BEER dutchalehouse.com
The Dutch, a local pub specializing in New York beers as well as local wines and spirits, will achieve the ultimate in “local beer” with the opening of their own microbrewery later this year. Along with the area’s best beer selection, experience their bacon, egg & cheeseburger—voted one of the TOP 10 Burgers in NY—and truffled garlic wings.
EDL Enjoy plenty of local food specialties and events each evening, highlighting local breweries.

FLYING PIG ON LEXINGTON
251 Lexington Avenue, Mount Kisco
914-666-7445 flyingpigonlex.com
The Flying Pig is Northern Westchester’s standard-bearer for local, natural and farm-to-table foods. With a menu that showcases farmfresh foods, they ensure that small local Hudson Valley farms survive and thrive, and they allow diners to experience the sensory joy of eating locally, seasonally and healthfully. Open Monday–Saturday,lunch and dinner; Sundays for brunch.
EDL Visit website for more information on menus and events.

GLOBAL PALATE
1746 Route 9W, West Park
845-385-6590 globalpalaterestaurant.com
The Global Palate is an eclectic mix of local sustainable ingredients with world cuisine. The restaurant uses only all-natural hormone free meats and poultry, and spotlights local farmers.
EDL Enjoy a 3-course prix-fixe meal showcasing the freshest ingredients from area farms. Every ingredient is local, and the menu will change daily. $35 per person. Also featuring local beer or wineby the glass to pair with your meal.

GUNK HAUS
387 South Street, Highland
845-883-0866 gunkhaus.com
According to its owners, the Gunk Haus pantry would be bare without the hard work and craftsmanship of their friends and neighbors. From Claude and Holly Osterhoudt’s Black Angus beef and Mark Elia’s artisan sausages to Gabe and Kathy Cicale’s Monkey Joe coffee, and dozens of other unsung heroes, “they make us who we are.”
EDL Visit the website for menu options such as sweet potato strudeland jägerschnitzel made with pastured, hormone-free pork loin.

HENRY’S FARM TO TABLE AT
BUTTERMILK FALLS INN + SPA

220 North Road, Milton
845-795-1500 henrysatbuttermilk.com
Every week is “Eat Local Week” at this restaurant located at the spectacular Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa, serving fresh and organically grown produce, meats and poultry from their own and neighboring farms. Henry’s seasonal menus offer the best of Hudson Valley farm country, in a tasteful, fashionable dining room overlooking the estate.
EDL Enjoy a Hudson Valley 4-course prix-fixe dinner featuring Labelle Farm duck spring rolls, Hudson Valley Cattle Company grass-fed sirloin and more. $40 per person.

PEEKAMOOSE
RESTAURANT & TAP ROOM
8373 State Route 28, Big Indian
845-254-6500 peekamooserestaurant.com
This popular restaurant and tap room features Hudson Valley farmhouse cuisine in a modern yet rustic country setting.Menu changes daily with whatever is freshest from the market.
EDL Enjoy a Taste of the Catskills 3-course prix-fixe menu showcasing ingredients from Lucky Dog and RSK Farms–and topped off with a dessert of buttermilk panna cotta with locally grown rhubarb and strawberry compote. $19 per person (plus $9 per person for wine pairing to accompany each course).

ROCK AND RYE TAVERN
215 Huguenot Street, New Paltz
845-255-7888 rockandrye.com
The seasonal menus at this establishment, featuring local meat and produce, are always simply but perfectly prepared by chef Jeremy Kolakowski. An added plus is the restaurant’s outdoor seating with beautiful views.
EDL Enjoy a 3-course prix-fixe dinner showcasing local meat and produce from Rykowski, Taliaferro and RSK Farms. $32 perperson. Bartender Cassie Fellet will be offering seasonal cocktails featuring the local distillers Tuthilltown and Harvest Spirits.

SWEET GRASS GRILL
24 Main Street,Tarrytown
914-631-0000 sweetgrassgrill.com
A casual restaurant in the heart of Tarrytown, Sweet Grass Grill features local and seasonal food with daily soups, salads and a changing roster of entrées.
EDL Celebrate your local farms as Sweet Grass turns the spotlight on farm partners Amba, Ryder, Stone Barns and others. Daily menus feature special salads and entrées made with produce from featured farms. Know your farmer; know your food.

TAVERN AT THE HIGHLANDS
COUNTRY CLUB
955 Route 9D, Garrison
845-424-3254 highlandcountryclub.net
The farm-to-table philosophy at Tavern is based on the belief that a great meal starts with great ingredients. Executive chef Jason Wood sources the best local ingredients for his dishes from neighboring farms such as Glynwood, Blooming Hill and Garrison, the two-acre farm located on the Highland’s sister property. Open to the public for lunch and dinner, Tuesday–Sunday.
EDL Visit website for more information on menus and events.

TERRAPIN
6426 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck
845-876-3330 terrapinrestaurant.com
Voted “Best Restaurant in Dutchess County,” Terrapin restaurant, bistro, bar and catering service consistently provides the freshest, highest-quality food; celebrating the robust local bounty through New American cuisine.
EDL Create a delicious Hudson Valley 2-course prix-fixe dining experience by selecting from a choice of 4 appetizers and 4 entrées,showcasing ingredients such as Sky Farm baby arugula, Northwind free-range chicken, cheese from Chatham Sheepherding and much more. $29 per person.

TUTHILL HOUSE AT THE MILL
20 Gristmill Lane, Gardiner
845-255-4151 tuthillhouse.com
This restaurant and tavern’s homemade menu is inspired by Italian and American seasonal cuisine featuring fresh, local artisan products and ingredients of the Hudson Valley.
EDL Enjoy a supplemental menu featuring favorite local ingredients such as Acorn Hill Farmstead goat cheeses, Gardiner grass-fed beef, and a variety of local produce. An array of regional beverages will also be available, including offerings from Whitecliff Winery, Tuthilltown Spirits, and Ommegang and Brooklyn breweries.

VALLEY AT THE GARRISON
2015 Route, Garrison
845-424-3604 thegarrison.com
Located an hour north of New York City, The Garrison is a 300-acre property with spectacular 360-degree views of the Hudson River and surrounding mountainous landscape.
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Edible Hudson Valley’s
EAT DRINK LOCAL RESTAURANT WEEK: JUNE 23 – 30

The restaurants below place a dedicated emphasis on using local, seasonal ingredients in their menus throughout the year, creating a distinctly Hudson Valley dining experience. During Edible Hudson Valey’s Eat Drink LocalWeek, June 23 – 30, many are offering prix-fixe and supplemental menus to celebrate our seasonal bounty. For more information and updates on this special restaurant week, visit ediblehudsonvalleycom.

A Tavola Restaurant

A Tavola Trattoria
46 Main Street, New Paltz
845-255-1426
atavolany.com

ATavola, Italian for “at the table”, is an expression commonly used to beckon friends and family to the table when it is time to eat. EDLW: Farm to table seasonally inspired 3 course prix fixe menu for $39.95 will feature local seasonal produce and products, including homemade pasta dishes inspired by classics found throughout Italy.

Another Fork in the Road

Another Fork in the Road
1215 Route 199, Milan
845.758.6676
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Located just west of the Taconic State Parkway, this casual restaurant offers a devotion to Hudson Valley ingredients and a culinary expertise that shines through each delicious bite. From French toast with warm fruit compote to the North Wind Farm’s herbed chicken, the menu is stocked with local products from nearby farms.

Bywater Bistro

Bywater Bistro
419 Main Street, Rosendale
845-658-3210
bywaterbistro.com

During EDLW, enjoy a 3-course dinner menu showcasing seasonal ingredients from Hudson Valley Harvest and Bradley Farms and duck from Hudson Valley Foie Gras. $35pp prix fixe. Beverage pairings include selections from Southern Tier Brewing Company,Tuthilltown Spirits and NewYork State wines. Enjoy your evening on the back porch or creekside garden.

Dancing Cat Saloon

The Dancing Cat Saloon and
Catskill Distilling Company

2037 Route 17B, Bethel
845-583-3141
dancingcatsaloon.com
catskilldistilling.com

During Eat Drink Local Week, enjoy a prix fixe 3- course menu $35pp that starts with our own Catskill Mountain Peace Vodka cocktail and ends with Beartrap Truffles and Dancing Cat Blend Coffee made by Java Love. Check out our live music schedule and enjoy a tour of our Catskill Distilling Co. while you are here!

The Tavern at Dancing Mills

The Tavern at Diamond Mills
25 South Partition Street, Saugerties
845-247-0700
diamondmillshotel.com

Celebrate EDLWeek at The Tavern at Diamond Mills, the Hudson Valley’s premier dining destination. Overlooking the picturesque Esopus Falls, The Tavern offers the handcrafted contemporary American cuisine of Executive Chef Giuseppe Napoli, who has prepared a decadent, three-course prix fixe meal for $29.95pp highlighting farm-fresh local duck, spinach, carrots, asparagus and strawberries.

Eureka Cafe

Eureka Café
7991 Route 95, Grahamsville
845-985-5152
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The charm of an old-time country market with a buzzing new café, Eureka Market features honest-to-goodness home-baked goods, local produce and a wide array of gourmet groceries, along with tasty meals daily. A great road trip destination; enjoy 10% off our artisanal pizza topped with local farm produce during Eat Drink Local Week.

Global Palate

Global Palate
1746 Route 9W, West Park
845-385-6590
globalpalaterestaurant.com

The Global Palate is an eclectic mix of local sustainable ingredients with world cuisine.The restaurant uses only all-natural hormone free meats and poultry, and spotlights local farmers. During EDLW, enjoy a 3-course $35 pp prix-fixe meal showcasing the freshest ingredients from area farms. Also featuring local beer or wine by the glass to pair with your meal.

Gomen-Kudasai

Gomen-Kudasai Noodle Shop
232 Main Street (at Rite Aid Plaza), New Paltz
845-255-8811
gknoodles.com

E-shoku-doh-gen means “medicine and diet proceeds from the same origin.”This Japanese saying is Gomen-Kudasai’s policy. Authentic traditional Japanese food made with ingredients from the ocean and mountains. $28 prix-fixe 3-course meal of salad, traditional summer noodle dish, dessert and drink inspired by our local farms and brewers.

Henry's at the Farm

Henry’s at the Farm
at Buttermilk Falls Inn

220 North Road, Milton
845-795-1500
henrysatbuttermilk.com

Henry’s at the Farm of Buttermilk Falls Inn and Spa is the perfect balance of country charm and chic atmosphere. Following his wildly popular, Beso Restaurant, Chef Chad Greer brings his masterful use of the Hudson Valley’s bounty to Henry’s. Visit durng Eat Drink Local Week for a $40pp 3-course prix fixe featuring local farm ingredients, wines and spirits.

Peekamoose

Peekamoose Restaurant
& Tap Room

8373 State Route 28, Big Indian
845-254-6500
peekamooserestaurant.com

Chef and co-owner, Devin Mills hails from some of NYC’s finest eateries, including Le Bernadin, Gramercy Tavern, and the Hudson River Club. Peekamoose Restaurant, set in the beautiful Catskill Mountains, showcases ‘farmhouse cuisine’ and boasts an award-winning wine list. The nightly bonfire (complete with marshmallows) makes this destination worth the trip.

Red Devon

Red Devon
108 Hunns Lake Road, Bangall
845-868-3175
reddevonrestaurant.com

One of the most popular farm-to-table restaurants in the Hudson Valley, this “all-green” market-restaurant-bar, located in Dutchess County, is committed to showcasing seasonal, sustainably grown foods from local farms. Dedicated to environmental and land conservancy causes, owners Julia and Nigel Widdowson constructed the restaurant using the most cutting-edge, eco-conscious standards.

Rock and Rye Tavern

Rock and Rye Tavern
215 Huguenot Street, New Paltz
845-255-7888
rockandrye.com

This restaurant’s seasonal menus feature local meat and produce, always simply but perfectly prepared by Chef Jeremy Kolakowski. During EDLW, enjoy a 3-course prix-fixe showcasing ingredients from Rykowski, Taliaferro and RSK Farms. $30pp. Enjoy your meal either in their 18th century farmhouse or on our patio with beautiful views. Discover the hidden gem of New Paltz.

Severan

Serevan
6 Autumn Lane (Route 44),Amenia
845-373-9800
serevan.com

Drawing inspiration from his native region and utilizing techniques and ingredients from diverse cuisines, Serge Madikians brings together distinctive Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavors and the abundance of the Hudson Valley to offer the eclectic and exotic dishes found only at Serevan Restaurant. Open Thursday–Monday, 5–10 pm.

Sweet Grass Grill

Sweet Grass Grill
24 Main Street, Tarrytown
914-631-0000
sweetgrassgrill.com

A casual restaurant in the heart of Tarrytown, Sweet Grass Grill features local and seasonal food with daily soups, salads and a changing roster of entrées. Their menu consistently spotlights nearby farm partners Amba, Ryder, Stone Barns and others, emphasizing the restaurant’s philosophy of ‘know your farmer; know your food’.

Tavern at the Highlands

Tavern at the Highlands
Country Club

955 Route 9D, Garrison
845-424-3254
highlandcountryclub.net

The farm-to-table philosophy at Tavern is based on the belief that a great meal starts with great ingredients. Executive chef Jason Wood sources the best local ingredients from neighboring farms such as Glynwood, Blooming Hill and Garrison, located on the Highland’s sister property. Open to the public for lunch and dinner, Tuesday–Sunday.

Terrapin

Terrapin
6426 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck
845-876-3330
terrapinrestaurant.com

Voted “Best Restaurant in Dutchess County, ”Terrapin celebrates the robust local bounty. During EDLW, create a delicious Hudson Valley 2-course prix-fixe dining experience by selecting from a choice of 4 appetizers and 4 entrées, showcasing ingredients from local farms: Hawthorne Valley, Feather Ridge Farm, Sky Farm, Migliorelli, Mead Orchards and more. $29pp (excludes Saturday).

Tuthills House at the Mill

Tuthill House at the Mill
20 Gristmill Lane, Gardiner
845-255-4151
tuthillhouse.com

Located at Tuthilltown Gristmill, a National Historic Landmark, Tuthill House offers riverside dining on the Shawangunk Kill. During EDLW, enjoy a prix fixe $29.95pp 3-course menu that includes local cheeses from Acorn Hill and Sprout Creek, locally raised free-range chicken, greens from Taliaferro Farm and house made dessert with Tuthillhouse’s own eggs. Wine from Whitecliff Vineyards and Newburgh Brewery Beer.

Umami Cafe

Umami Café
325 South Riverside Avenue, Croton-on-Hudson
914-271-5555
umamicafe.com

Inspired by cultural cuisines from around the world, Umami mixes it up with dishes ranging from Curry Laska Udon to Barbecued St. Louis Ribs, all expertly prepared with quality ingredients. With an outdoor deck and welcoming service, Umami Café is the type of place where everyone can eat well.

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