The fifth annual is here, a chance for everyone to sample the Hudson’s Valley culinary offerings from participating Restaurants that will offer three-course prix fixe dinners at $28 and three-course lunches at $20 from March 14th through the 27th.
The Hudson Valley is slowly but surely becoming the Napa Valley of the East. Its all here in The Hudson Valley – including a 5 Star Hotel and an Airport. Now in its fifth year, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week demonstrates why the Hudson Valley has become one of the nation’s most talked about dining destinations, according to Janet Crawshaw, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week organizer and publisher of The Valley Table magazine. The Valley Table is the recognized print authority on all things food-related in the Hudson Valley, www.valleytable.com.
“The Hudson Valley enjoys a vibrant food scene,” said Crawshaw. “The region is a nationally recognized center for food and agriculture and home to the country’s foremost cooking school, celebrated artisanal cheese makers, world-class wineries and distilleries, and some of the best chefs in America.” READ MORE…
The Valley Table is making it even easier this year by allowing consumers to make a reservation directly from the website and by offering some special perks by entering a survey after you have dined while American Express will allow cardholders to make reservations at participating restaurants as of February 28th, 2011 (before the general public). Don’t leave home without it has become can’t leave home without it in some instances.