Q: How does Hudson Valley Restaurant Week work?
For two weeks, over 200 restaurants in the mid- and lower-Hudson Valley offer special three-course dinner menus for $32.95. Many also offer 3-course lunches for $22.95. (Plus beverage, tax and tip).
Q: When is Hudson Valley Restaurant Week?
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week takes place for two weeks twice a year. Dates for 2017 are: Spring: March 6-19 and Fall: October 30- November 12.
Q: As a diner, how do I take part in Hudson Valley Restaurant Week?
No passes, tickets or coupons are required. Diners simply browse the list of restaurants participating, choose any or all that appeal, and call the restaurant directly to reserve a table.
Q: What is the best way to reserve a table?
Reservations are strongly encouraged (and required by some restaurants). For those offering on-line reservations through Open Table, you simply click on "Book Now." For those restaurants that do not participate in Open Table, please contact the restaurants directly. Remember, walk-in guests are always appreciated, but may not be able to be accommodated. Restaurants operate their normal business schedule, so call the restaurant directly to confirm hours and details.
Q: Which restaurants in the Hudson Valley are involved?
Over 230 restaurants in the Hudson Valley take part in this dining event. A complete list of participating restaurants can be found beginning February 8th here.
Q: How do I know what each restaurant is serving for their prix fixe menu?
Restaurants will submit their menus which will then be posted on the restaurant's page on our website. Please note that menus may change as ingredients are not always available, and quantities may run out.
Q: What if I have dietary restrictions?
If you have special dietary restrictions, be sure to contact the restaurant ahead of time to see that the restrictions can be accommodated within the Restaurant Week price point.
Q: Does the price include taxes and tip?
Beverage, tax and tip are not included. Please remember to tip your servers and bartenders!
Q: Why do some restaurants offer additional items with supplemental charges and others do not?
Participating restaurants must offer the three-course prix fixe that includes at least three choices of each course. Some restaurants may choose to provide additional choices that are higher priced, but there must be non-supplemented choices on the menu.
Q: Who can I call with comments about a restaurant?
For comments pertaining to a restaurant's menu and or service, please contact the particular restaurant directly. Feedback and comments regarding the Hudson Valley Restaurant promotion and program can be provided to The Valley Table at 845.765.2600 x305 or firstname.lastname@example.org.