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On Lindsay Knapp's first day of business on Nov. 27, she sold 30 dozen cupcakes — all in one day. "We completely sold out," Knapp said. "It was absolutely wild here."
Get your skates ready! A new outdoor ice rink is opening at a restaurant in Kingston.
This past year hasn’t been easy for the dining industry. From shutting down during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic to running on short staff, chefs and restaurateurs have had to jump hurdles to keep going this year. But it hasn't all been bad.
For nearly 90 years, Sally's Fish Market on South Williams Street in Newburgh has been one of the county's most trusted sources of fresh seafood.
It begun in 1932 when current owner Sal Aulogia's grandfather, Salvatore, emigrated from Italy to Newburgh and began peddling fish. He opened up the shop, and it became a family affair.
Whether you're looking for a break from the kitchen this Thanksgiving or are simply looking to support local this holiday season, you're in luck.
Some Orange and Ulster county restaurants will be open and are offering special menus. Others are offering Thanksgiving takeout for you to enjoy among family and friends for a no-fuss meal spent at home.
For Dana Charres, owner of Hudson Valley Cheesecake in New Paltz, there's been no pre-pandemic "normal" to remember.
She started her business in August 2020 during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. After waitressing for years and working as a laborer for Local 17, Charres took the leap amid the pandemic to open the bakery of her dreams.
The Hudson Valley is rich in history, so it's no surprise that its dining scene is, too. From a restaurant that was once a speakeasy during Prohibition to those that've been in operation for nearly a century — such as Milton's Ship Lantern Inn — these handful offer familiar menus and storied pasts.
The warm days of summer welcomed outdoor dining across the Hudson Valley — but the good news is that you won't have to give it up this fall. With the rise of the Delta variant of COVID-19, there are several eateries in Orange County that are now offering heated patios for you to dine al fresco while staying socially distant.
Sunday marks the restaurant's 70th year in business. Behind its doors are priceless memories of family dinners shared together, and hundreds of patrons who helped support the business over the years.
There's no better way to celebrate Halloween than with some sugary treats. From chocolate in the shape of skulls to caramel apples and witchy cookies, we've found several tasty ways that you can celebrate spooky season while keeping it local.
As the seasons are changing, so is the dining scene in Orange County. Whether you're looking for a quick bite or a fancier sit-down meal, there are a few new and returning spots throughout the county.
Calling all garlic lovers! The Hudson Valley Garlic Festival will return to Saugerties this weekend, Oct. 2-3, after being canceled last year due to COVID-19.
The Catskills offer prime views of the changing fall leaves, so what better way to complete your visit than with a bite to eat? From outdoor dining among the yellow, orange and red leaves to scenic vistas seen from indoors, Sullivan County offers an array of dining experiences that will complement your trip and get you into the fall spirit.
Get out your walking shoes! Walktoberfest Farmers and Makers Market is returning to the Walkway Over the Hudson this Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
Classic drive-thru coming to Kingston; more new or coming soon Ulster dining options
From a drive-thru burger stop to a tequila bar and a Michelin starred chef's new spot, here's what to look for in Ulster County dining this fall.
Restaurants across Orange County are struggling to find employees amid the COVID-19 pandemic. One restaurant in particular, The Jolly Onion in Pine Island, has needed to close for a day to make up for its lack of staff.
Piled high with crispy toppings and freshly melted cheese, there’s nothing better than a great cheeseburger to celebrate an upcoming national food holiday. National Cheeseburger Day is Sept. 18 – and we’ve got five great picks across Orange and Ulster counties for you to celebrate with.
Sean Miller's father's vegetable and beef soup recipe still lives on at his own eatery in Kingston: The Lunchbox, an unassuming curbside restaurant that is only big enough for Miller himself to cook in.
The Main Line Diner in Maybrook was featured in a nationally-aired movie on Hallmark Channel.
What began as a food truck featuring funky artwork and homemade Puerto Rican food on the side of 9W in Marlboro has become Walden's newest restaurant: Empanada Nirvana — and people are willing to travel for it.
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