Rock’n Brunch

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The Anchor in Kinsgston

Not your typical polite brunch! We are here for your recoveries needs with Brunch Food and Drink specials along with our regular menu.
Try our house made corned beef hash or how about Hot Mess Fries with Eggs? Sweet tooth? We got you covered with weekly French Toast Specials! Ever had a doughnut hamburger bun? Me either…but let’s do it!
Carafes of Bloody Marys and Mimosas coming right at ya!

 

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5 Romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner Spots in the Hudson Valley

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Yes, it’s true—Valentine’s Day falls on a Wednesday this year, but just because the holiday arrives midweek doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice romance. We’ve rounded up five restaurants in the Hudson Valley serving gourmet prix fixe feasts on February 14. A word to the wise: reserve your tables in advance. BYO sonnets.

Heritage Food & Drink (Wappingers Falls)

The rustic atmosphere of Heritage Food and Drink gives a feeling of both comfort and class perfect for a dreamy date night. After extensive renovation, the bar and restaurant in Wappingers Falls opened its doors in August 2017 in the former location of Greenbaum and Gilhooley’s. Heritage will host its first Valentine’s Day dinner with an optional, three-course prix fixe menu. Guests will choose from four appetizers, three entrees, and two desserts. The options include a fried blue point oysters appetizer, basil crusted lamb loin main course, and Heritage “black forest” cake for dessert. The dinner comes with a glass of sparkling rose. $59 per person  FULL ARTICLE

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

hvrw20reservations20nowHudson Valley Restaurant Week returns October 30th to November 12th. Be sure to make reservations early to snag a table. The two-week celebration of dining is an opportunity for chefs to flaunt their best fare, for diners to check out new restaurants and visit old favorites. Over 200 participating restaurants offer special three-course lunch and dinner menus for a fraction of the normal price. No passes, tickets or coupons are required. Reservations are highly recommended.

Visit www.hudsonvalleyrestaurantweek.com for more details.

Price: $22.95 – $32.95 
Restaurants in the area offer 3-course dinner menus for $32.95 and 3-course lunches for $22.95

Where To Buy The Best Passover Desserts In The Hudson Valley

passover-1490879374-6936Yelp reviewers listed the best kosher bakeries in the Hudson Valley.

via Patch –  This year the celebration of Passover begins on the evening of April 10 and ends on the evening of April 18. There are many different ways to celebrate this holiday but family gatherings almost always include delicious food. If you’re invited to a seder or hosting one, you may be thinking about ordering a kosher dessert.

Mid Hudson Valley

1. Catskills Heimishe Bakery, 66 Pleasant Street, Monticello

2. Katz Gluten Free, 6 Quickway Road, Monroe

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