Similar to the NYC Restaurant week, over 200 restaurants from all over Hudson Valley have prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner. Lunch runs $20.95 and Dinner runs $29.95. This includes appetizer or salad, main entree and dessert. It does not included drinks, taxes or gratuity. For the more upscale restaurants, a more limited menu is offered. You can order off the regular menu, but at regular menu prices.
Some of the restaurants listed on the Hudson Valley Restaurant list are probably the same price or lower off of the regular menu. And, if you are not a dessert or salad eater, the same may apply.
You really need to check the restaurants you want to go to for their Hudson Valley Restaurant Week menu. This is true especially for Steakhouses. Benjamin Steakhouse only has Prime Dry Aged Sirloin with 3 choices salmon, chicken parm and pasta dish. Gaucho Grill only has Sliced Flat Iron Steak with similar low cost items as Benjamin Steakhouse.
I also noticed that many of the more upscale restaurants are not offering the prix fixe on the weekends, so you need to check the restaurant list well before making reservations. The list of the restaurants is listed on Hudson Valley Restaurant Week .
By the time you add drinks, tips and tax, this could still add up to a sizeable bill. But, it is a good way to sample more expensive restaurants for future special occasions.
Author:Thomas Ricapito Phone: 914-804-3048 Dated: March 12th 2015 Views: 1,441 About Thomas: I got into real estate sales by accident in 2006. At the time, I recently earned a Bachelor's Degre...
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