The Hudson Valley region of New York and farm-to-table cuisine are fairly synonymous. After all, the area is blessed with award-winning farms that specialize in everything from apples to milk. But beyond the state’s strong locavore ethos, the cuisine of the valley is far from single-note. There are also spectacular pasta spots, bakeries with airy croissants that rival those from Paris, and even Jamaican restaurants boasting plates piled high with plantains and jerk chicken.
This map focuses on the Middle and Upper Hudson Valley, the areas that New Yorkers are most likely to visit on a day or weekend trip.
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