HUDSON VALLEY SPRING RESTAURANT WEEK STARTS MONDAY, MARCH 21

 HUDSON VALLEY SPRING RESTAURANT WEEK STARTS MONDAY, MARCH 21

 

 Monday, March 21 – Sunday, April 3, 2022

 

Spring 2022 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week runs from Monday, March 21 – to Sunday, April 3, 2022. Restaurants will be offering 3 courses, prix-fixe lunches at $29.95 and dinners at $39.95.

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is a popular bi-annual event taking place each Spring and Fall. Past participating restaurants served an estimated quarter of a million patrons and reported an average 25% increase in business, collectively generating an estimated economic impact of $10.2 million in sales revenue. Participating restaurants span eight counties in the Hudson Valley (Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Ulster, Orange, Sullivan, Dutchess and Greene counties) and offer a wide variety of cuisines.

 

Among the many new restaurants joining the lineup this Spring are Apropos Restaurant at The Abbey Inn, Peekskill; Alba’s Restaurant, Port Chester; Autumn, Sparkill; Jason Patrick’s on 44, Poughkeepsie; Le Jardin Du Roi, Chappaqua; One Seventy Nine Bar & Grill, New Rochelle; New York Restaurant, Catskill; Red Onion, Saugerties; Savor Ristorante & Bar, Mahopac; Tavern At Beekman Arms, Rhinebeck, and Picanha Brazilian Steakhouse, West Nyack. Reservations are highly recommended at all restaurants.

 

Among the sponsors of Spring 2022 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week are: Dutchess County Tourism, Putnam County Tourism, Rockland County Tourism, Westchester County Tourism, Resorts World Catskills, Manhattan Beer, NY Beef Council, Pamal Broadcasting, WHUD-FM, WSPK-FM, The Journal News, Poughkeepsie Journal, and Open Table.

 

For more information on HVRW, visit www.hudsonvalleyrestaurantweek.com or call (845) 463-0542. Up-to-date information can also be found on Valley Table’s Facebook page, Twitter @ValleyTable and Instagram #HVRW.

 

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