5 new restaurants and bars in the Hudson Valley to try in September 2022 | General food and beverages | Hudson Valley

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  • Embers at Bartlett House is a wood-fired pop-up that runs through October.

Embers at Bartlett House

2258 Route 66, Ghent


Like their Argentinian cousins ​​across the La Plata River, Uruguayans are masters of the grill. In Las Pampas, the asado is a long, slow, and sacred affair that is an integral part of life. Uruguayan-born chef Leo Ruiz brings a taste of this tradition to Embers, The Bartlett House first seasonal outdoor dining pop-up. Using grills he custom-designed with a local blacksmith, Ruiz seeks to strike a balance between classic Uruguayan dishes and the American palate. The latest menu includes grilled St. Louis ribs with ancho and honey ($21), dry-rubbed wings served with salsa verde ($18), charred mixed vegetables ($11) and three variations of grilled pizzas on flatbread ($16-18). Perhaps the most authentic, the shaved leg of lamb is served with homemade chimichurri ($22). The dishes are small, served tapas style, and are meant to be shared.

Embers: This Uruguayan-style asado at Bartlett House is fire

Embers: This Uruguayan-style asado at Bartlett House is fire

By Marie Doyon

Market

Whitecliff Tasting Room in Hudson

4150 State Route 23, Hudson


In June, Whitecliff Vineyard and Wine Estate hosted the grand opening of its new tasting room in Hudson on the 10-acre land its owners have farmed for seven years. Located on a beautiful property that slopes down to the Hudson River, the new tasting room sits in the shadow of Frederic Church’s historic home, Olana, and overlooks the Rip Van Winkle Bridge. Open Friday through Monday, the modern industrial bar serves up flights and glasses of wine, plus local cheese from McGrath Cheese Company and occasional pop-ups, plus live music and views of the Catskills. Sit back and watch the sunset before picking up a case of wine on the way back.

Whitecliff Vineyard will open its new Hudson Tasting Room on June 11

The view from Whitecliff's Hudson Vineyard.

Whitecliff Vineyard will open its new Hudson Tasting Room on June 11

On June 11, Whitecliff will host the grand opening of their new tasting room in Hudson on the 10-acre lot where they have been growing grapes for seven years. Enjoy wine tasting and splendid views of Catskill, just minutes from the town of Hudson and Olana.

By Micaela Warren

Craft beverage industry

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It’s been a year since chef Daniel Bagnall closed the location of his natural wine bar and small plates in Hudson, probe. When things didn’t work out at the Warren Street storefront, Bagnall packed his bags and set out to find a new home, determined to keep the concept alive. The new incarnation of Sonder, in a small storefront on Broadway around the corner from Kingston Standard, picks up where Warren Street left off with veggie dishes to share and a rotating, globe-trotting list of adventurous wines. low intervention.

Tanner’s Boathouse

27 Lake Road, Tannersville


We admit it, we’re late to the party on this one: Tanner’s Boathouse open September 2021. The lakeside red and white lobster shack is reminiscent of summer vacation spots like Montauk or Nantucket, where owner Ryan Chadwick also has restaurants, but is surprisingly at home among the hills of Greene County. Because, well, who doesn’t love a casual order window where cash is exchanged for loaded hot dogs ($3.99), cups of clam chowder ($6.99), fish -fries ($18.99) and fried shrimp ($19.99) ? Out front, set your seafood on picnic tables under blue-and-white-striped umbrellas before hitting the water in a canoe, kayak, stand-up paddleboard or inner tube rent. If frutti di mare isn’t your thing, there’s also a $7 burger and a $16 bowl of vegan quinoa served with seasonal vegetables and a coconut curry sauce.

Catskill Chocolate Co.

473 Main Street, Catskill


In the elegant storefront at 473 Main Street in Catskill, vintage tin ceilings, tiled floors and a long, heavy wooden bar will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a movie scene.
Chocolate—a place where confectionery dreams come true. To Catskill Chocolate Co., which opened in June, veteran chocolatier Lauren Robbiani and her co-founders serve handmade chocolates with ethically sourced cocoa and local ingredients, candies, cookies, cakes and other pastries. alongside espresso. Oh, and homemade ice cream in flavors ranging from classics like chocolate and coffee to brilliant originals like lemon-almond and chocolate malt pretzel. And let’s not forget, affogato is also on the menu.

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