4 Best Restaurants Hudson Valley: Best Places to Eat and Drink

4 Best Restaurants Hudson Valley: Best Places to Eat and Drink
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Tripboba.com - In the upper Hudson Valley, from Cold Spring to Hudson and everywhere in between, there are many of the best restaurants Hudson Valley to eat and drink. When you are looking to get out of the city for a little while, the Hudson Valley is always a good option.

You can get by car or train to one of the best restaurants in Hudson Valley, there's a whole lot of nature, and "artisanal" applies to more than just $15 cocktails.

And because of the many best restaurants in Hudson Valley you can visit, a weekend or week-long getaway probably sounds particularly attractive. Tripboba has made a guide about the best restaurants in Hudson Valley.

So, if you're looking for the best restaurants in Hudson Valley, check out the guide below! Here is what you will learn in these amazing places. 

Best Restaurants in Hudson Valley NY

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1. Local 111

Local 111 is one of the best restaurants in Hudson Valley that you should visit. Chef-owner Josephine Proul has been running her farm-to-table restaurant inside a renovated gas station for more than a decade east of Hudson in the village of Philmont, attracting valley denizens and visitors with comforting fare that takes exciting twists and turns. 

Think pork belly garnished with strawberries, peas, turnips of hakurei, and browns of lamb ragu-smothered squash hash, plus vegetarian plates like aged cheddar risotto and yogurt and candied beet relish next to charred carrots.

Proul is also a famous pastry chef, devising zucchini bread doughnuts, pavlovas of rhubarb, and shortcakes of cornmeal hidden under a cloud of whipped cream and berries macerated with syrup. To get a glimpse of the 19th Century church across the street, sit close to the windowed sliding garage doors.


Local 111, 111 Main St, Philmont, NY 12565 (518) 672-7801

Best Restaurants in the Hudson Valley

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2. Pete's Hot Dogs and Tony's Newburgh Lunch

With classic restaurants holding their own against the creeping onslaught of avocado toast, like Ghent's 82-year-old Kozel's supper club, New York State abounds. You will find two such gems within blocks of each other in Newburgh, across Beacon's river.

Since 1932, Pete's Hot Dogs has been slinging its namesake sausages from the same low-slung construction. They specialize in "Texas weiners," noted with diced onion and sweetly spiced meat sauce, as well as chili dogs ladled with a thick and peppery bean slurry, the upstate New York specialty.

Rounding out the toppings are mustard, sauerkraut, relish, and red onions. At Tony's Newburgh Lunch, you can also find Texas-style franks, which are proudly cooked on a griddle stationed at the front entrance of the vintage wood-paneled luncheonette.

Here, brazen clients can add cheese sauce and crumbled bacon to the mix or altogether ditch the dogs for a gloriously messy Tom Tom patty melt, chopped hamburger overflowing griddled sandwich, Texas meat gravy, bacon, onions, and cheese.


Pete's Hot Dogs, 293 S William St, Newburgh, NY 12550 (845) 561-0211;

Tony's Newburgh Lunch, 348 Broadway, Newburgh, NY 12550 (845) 562-9660

Best Restaurants in Hudson Valley

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3. Lil' Deb's Oasis

Behind this tropically inclined, psychedelically neon-lit party bus, artists and chefs Carla Perez-Gallardo and Hannah Black are inside a former lunch counter, which sits somewhat discreetly beside an old-fashioned candy shop, away from Hudson's bustling main drag.

The duo's menu is a miracle that is as colorful and compelling as their eye-catching visual aesthetic of modern Ecuadorian-inspired cooking.

Pay particular attention to the ceviche or aguachile rendition of the day, which may pair scallops with melon and fermented chiles or shrimp with avocados and kumquats; the hot tamale, also a special daily change; and snacks such as llapingachos, egg-topped, peanut sauce drenched cheese-stuffed potato cakes.


Lil Deb's Oasis, 747 Columbia St, Hudson, NY 12534 (518) 828-4307

Best Restaurants Hudson Valley 2015

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4. Butterfield

Chef Aaron Abramson, a veteran of bucket-list locations such as Noma, Blue Hill at Stone Barns, and The Willows Inn on Lummi Island, cooks with ambitions (and prices) to match the storybook setting at the restaurant inside the luxury hotel, the Hasbrouck House, a converted 18th-century estate built on more than 50 acres of green Stone Ridge countryside.

In order to concentrate their flavor, Bonticou ducks are aged for up to two weeks, venison is served just past rare to accentuate its sweetness, and radishes are plucked from the chef's garden to combine wild salmon tartare and horseradish crème Fraiche; on-site trout and ham are smoked. If you haven't booked a stay, show up early to walk around the grounds, have a cocktail at the bar, or lounge by the fireplace in the sitting room.


Butterfield, 3805 Main St, Stone Ridge, NY 12484 (845) 687-0736


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