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Swift BeaconWhere To Stay

Come dine and stay in the Hudson Valley.

These Hudson Valley Restaurant Week participants also offer overnight stays:

Cooper’s Mill - at The Westchester Marriott

Crabtree’s Kittle House

Henry’s at the Farm

Hudson House River Inn

Restaurant 1915 at the Bear Mountain Inn

Mix Cocktail Bar & Kitchen - at Crowne Plaza

Mohonk Mountain House

Swift at the Roundhouse at Beacon Falls

Tavern at Diamond Mills

Valley Restaurant at the Garrison

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Things To Do

Things To DoFrom day trips to multi-day excursions, make your Hudson Valley Restaurant Week meal an adventure to remember. Visit a vineyard, nature preserve or museum. Go shopping--and make it "local."  Whether you're looking for a romantic retreat or a girlfriend's getaway, check out these ready-made travel plans, and enjoy the Hudson Valley.

The Culinary Institute of America

DIA Beacon

Walkway Over the Hudson

The New York Times "36 Hours in the Hudson Valley"

West Point Foundry Preserve

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Metro North Deals & Getaways

Leave the car behind while saving money with Metro-North’s Deals & Getaways discount packages. From discounted museums and attractions to great outdoor adventures, find out more here

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Farmers Markets

Catch the first signs of spring at an indoor farmers' market. In addition to hardy root vegetables and storage apples, you can perk up your spring table with fresh greenhouse produce and artisanal breads, cheeses, and meats. Or, take home some great homemade jams, preserves, or pickles. Here's a handy guide to markets by location and day.

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Wine & Spirit Country

Wine & Spirit CountryThe Hudson Valley has become one of the most diverse and interesting new wine regions in the U.S. producing brilliant, effervescent sparkling wines, refreshing bright whites and soft approachable reds. The region is making a name for its cider, cassis and artisanal spirits.

Millbrook Vineyards & Winery

Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery

Whitecliff Vineyard

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Getting Here

By Train:

From Manhattan and points along the Hudson River, you can easily reach the Hudson Valley by Metro-North Railroad. Amtrak also offers services from cities near and far. Many of the participating restaurants are within easy walking distance of a train station. For a complete list click here.

By Plane:

If you're coming from far away, you'll probably want to fly into one of the Hudson Valley's major airports. You may arrive at Stewart International Airport or Westchester Airport.

By Car:

Driving to the Hudson Valley? Use Google Maps to get directions.

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Tourism Info

Columbia County Tourism

Dutchess County Tourism

Orange County Tourism

Putnam County Tourism

Rockland County Tourism

Ulster County Tourism

Westchester County Tourism

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