What is Hudson Valley Restaurant Week?:
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, held annually in the winter, is an opportunity for Hudson Valley residents and visitors to sample prix-fixe menus at some of this scenic region's best restaurants at a price that usually represents a significant savings.
When is Hudson Valley Restaurant Week?:
The next Restaurant Week in the Hudson Valley is actually two weeks: March 11-24, 2013.
Why is Hudson Valley Restaurant Week a Bargain?:
During Restaurant Weeks, participating restaurants serve three-course (appetizer, entree and dessert), prix-fixe meals for $20.95 at lunch and $29.95 at dinner. These prices represent quite a value in a region where dining out can be rather expensive, and many of the Hudson Valley's top restaurants participate in the annual promotion. The price per person does not include beverages, tax or a gratuity.
Which Restaurants Participate in Hudson Valley Restaurant Weeks?:
For Winter 2013, more than 160 restaurants throughout Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Columbia and Ulster counties are participating. A complete list of participating restaurants
is available online.
Are Reservations Necessary During Restaurant Week?:
There can be competition to score a seat at some of the Hudson Valley's finest restaurants during Restaurant Weeks, so yes--do make reservations in advance. Call participating restaurants directly to inquire about their reservations policies. OpenTable
may be used to make online reservations for some participating restaurants. Because the menu offerings are sometimes limited during Restaurant Week, you may also want to call ahead to inquire about the prix-fixe menu that will be available if you have food allergies or preferences.
Are There Any Getaway Packages for Hudson Valley Restaurant Weeks?:
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