Fall 2023 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week has arrived. A record number of Westchester restaurants are participating in this semiannual celebration of the booming culinary scene. Over 70 eateries from all corners of the County have joined in the excitement.
County Executive George Latimer said: “Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is always a fan favorite. What a great reason to get out and try a new Westchester restaurant or gather with loved ones at an old favorite. I encourage both residents and visitors to make their reservations and enjoy all Westchester has to offer this season.”
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Director of Westchester County Tourism and Film, Natasha Caputo said: “Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is the ticket to a very special fall culinary experience, and the convenience of the Metro-North network into Westchester County makes it easy to participate. During this season of crisp air and vibrant foliage, we encourage people to dig into the rich flavors and warm hospitality of Westchester’s local restaurants – many of whom are recognized by Michelin for offering great food at an incredible value.”
Catherine Rinaldi, Metro-North President and Long Island Rail Road Interim President said: “Whether you’re trying a new restaurant nearby or planning a weekend getaway on one of our Leaf Peeper trains, the MTA can take you there. Metro-North provides a seamless connection for New Yorkers to experience everything the Hudson Valley and the region have to offer.”
Mike Martinelli, Today Media’s Hudson Valley Group Publisher said: “Embrace the flavors of Westchester as we invite you to join in the culinary celebration of the upcoming Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. Discover delectable three-course menus at special discounted prices, all while supporting the thriving heartbeat of our community. These establishments not only offer a delightful array of flavors but also fuel economic prosperity, ensuring a vibrant gathering space for all.”
The fall kickoff was held in White Plains at Red Horse by David Burke, a modern American steakhouse with Asian accents. The 200-seat restaurant (with another 80 outdoors) features a menu with a focus on prime beef dry-aged according to Burke’s Himalayan salt process, Patent US 7,998,517 B2. Other menu standouts include Burke’s signatures, such as Popovers, Clothesline Bacon; Lobster Dumplings, Salmon Pastrami; Angry Lobster; and Pork Chops with Sandy Hook Clams Casino.
More than 130 restaurants, spanning seven counties across the Hudson Valley are participating in this bi-annual celebration. For two delicious weeks, from October 30 through November 12, the Hudson Valley will be celebrating restaurant dining with delicious, creative dishes featuring locally sourced ingredients. Prix-fixe lunches and dinners will be offered at $24.95, $29.95, $39.95 or $44.95. (Pricing does not include tax, beverages, or gratuity.) Prix-fixe menus may be offered for both dine-in and takeout.
Make sure to check out HVRW newcomers Argonne Rose Brewing Company, Mohegan Lake; Bistro de Ville, Scarsdale; Goosefeather, Tarrytown; Our Place, Yorktown Heights; Red Horse by David Burke, White Plains; The Tav’ery, Bronxville; Wicked Wolf North, Yonkers, among others.
The complete list of restaurants and menus can be found at valleytable.com/hvrw. Reservations are suggested as space fills quickly.