Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Celebrates Autumn Bounty

Dated: October 15 2012

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November 5-18

Restaurant Week in the Hudson Valley begins on Nov 5th for the first time in the autumn season.  Over 150 restaurants will be participating this year. Most will be offering 3-course prix fixe lunches at $20.95 and 3-course prix fixe dinners at $29.95. This is your chance to try out many of the restaurants and cuisines in our area, from 76 House in Tappan, NY to Wasabi Grill in New City, NY, with plenty more to pick from east and west of the Hudson River. Go to www.hudsonvalleyrestaurantweek.com  to book your reservations online or sign up for the e newsletter to receive special offers and also be eligible to win great prize giveaways.  The event theme is Farm-to-table dining; chefs will be showcasing local farms, orchards and food producers in the Hudson Valley to create sumptuous new dishes for all to enjoy. Bon Appetit!

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Mary Lovera

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