Great coffee and Montreal-style bagels at the Mud Club in Woodstock.
For just over a year now, bluecashew Kitchen Homestead has been one of Uptown Kingston’s leading retail attractions.
Sunday, Nov. 18: There’s a competition for home-fermented concoctions, 100 vendors, live music, and late in the afternoon, the Pickle Triathlon gets underway with a Pickle-Eating Contest, a Pickle-Juice-Drinking Contest and a Pickle-Tossing Contest.
Monday-Sunday, Oct. 29-Nov. 11: For a prix fixe of $32.95 for dinner or $22.95 for lunch (tax, beverage and gratuity not included), you get a three-course meal at some of the region’s finest restaurants (including at the Culinary Institute of America).
Eula was not at all shy about letting it be known, quite loudly, whether he loved or hated something, aesthetically speaking.
Adherents say they’ve lost weight and think more clearly, and testing shows they don’t have any nutritional deficiencies. But is living on meat alone a good idea?
Saturday, Oct. 27: Joe Gurrera, owner of New York City’s famed Citarella chain of fish stores and of Lockwood & Winant, a wholesale company located at the Fulton Fish Market, will host a talk and book-signing. He’ll also offer a tasting of one of his specialties, sausage-and-calamari Italian Surf & Turf.
Anyone who has owned more than 20 restaurants over a five-decade period throughout the Hudson Valley has some stories to tell.
Siblings Colin, Samantha and Mackenzie Boylan are enthusiastic about the new direction they’re taking the family business.
Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 29-30: Thousands are expected to celebrate the stinking rose at the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival in Saugerties.