Because of Orange County’s rich agricultural history, our farm-to-table dining options are unmatched. Local farmers and chefs continuously form new relationships and evolving partnerships to give diners fabulously fresh food and innovative culinary creations.
Blooming Hill Organic Farm
1251 Route 208
Blooming Grove, NY 10914
Weekend farm stand grill.
Monthly Supper Club: Up to 6-courses prepared by an in-house team featuring the farm’s produce and locally sourced meat and fish.
Monthly Farm Dinner: All vegetarian courses based on the week’s field bounty prepared by a guest chef.
Borland House Inn Breakfast & Brunch House
130 Clinton Street
Montgomery, NY 12549
Chef Anna Frumes introduces a unique farm-to-table brunch house restaurant set inside the historical 1789 home of General Borland. Dishes are prepared with ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley and New England, whenever possible. Open Wednesday-Sunday, 8am-1pm. Reservations suggested.
Camillo’s at the Crossroads
2215 State Route 208
Chef Camillo’s passion for food starts with adding a new twist to American Regional Cuisine using the freshest local ingredients. The result, exciting meals created to please the palate based on old-fashioned dishes but prepared with a new style.
14 Railroad Avenue
This vegan café and juice bar with sustainable lifestyle market is committed to using an abundance of local vegetables during the season.
12 Amity Road
Forerunner of the contemporary locavore and field-to-table movements, the Crystal Inn continues to lead the culinary renaissance unfolding in the verdant, agriculture-rich Hudson Valley region.
255 Main St.
The lush agriculture of the Hudson Valley is incorporated into fast but nutritious meals at this cafe and catering business. The menu consists of lighter fare such as salads, soup, paninis and sandwiches.
1 Ryerson Rd
Owner/Chef Jim Haurey focuses on community, sustainable options and organic products. The menu changes daily based on the in-season produce available from local farms.
Hudson Street Café
237 Hudson Street
Upscale food in a casual setting. Chef Donna Hammond creates seasonally inspired menus using locally grown and organics whenever possible. Breakfast and lunch 7 days; weekend brunch.
Iron Forge Inn
38 Iron Forge Road
Chef/Owner Erik Johansen, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America emphasizes local ingredients as he changes the Modern American menu each season.
John’s Harvest Inn
629 North Street
Committed to sharing as many local items as possible, the salad, local farms are sourced for the ingredients used in all dishes.
Jones Farm Cafe
190 Angola Road
Café specialties are homemade from scratch daily using fresh, local ingredients whenever possible. Breakfast is available 8am-11am and lunch 11am-3pm.
MacArthur’s Riverview Restaurant at The Thayer Hotel at West Point
674 Thayer Road
www.facebook.com/macarthursriverviewrestaurantOn Thursdays in August enjoy fresh and tasty dishes served with in-season ingredients from local farmers.
Nimai’s Bliss Kitchen
94 South Robinson Avenue
International vegetarian cuisine prepared with locally sourced ingredients whenever possible.
Pané Cafe at Warwick Valley Winery
114 Little York Road
This restaurant’s commitment to excellence is to serve the freshest and highest quality foods using their own locally grown products whenever possible.
Pennings Farm Market Grill and Pub
Route 94 & Warwick Turnpike
www.penningsfarmmarket.com/pub-grill/This farm based restaurant features a full menu with fresh salads, sandwiches and burgers made with Warwick grass-fed beef and hormone-and-antibiotic-free turkey. Small batch, regional beer, cider, and wine are the focus here.
Restaurant 1915 and the Blue Roof Tapas Bar
Bear Mountain Inn
GPS Address: 98 Hessian Drive, Highland Falls
845-786-2731 ext 1006
Local farm-to-table inspired menus and a commitment to sustainability. Located within the historic Bear Mountain Inn.
Scotchtown Craft Bar & Kitchen
41 Route 211 East, Ste 6
Middletown, NY 10914
http://www.scotchtowncraft.com/Many menu items and ingredients are locally sourced, organic and sustainable.
Slate Hill Apple Farm Market
2580 Route 6
Slate Hill, NY 10973
www.facebook.com/SlateHillAppleFarmMarket?fref=tsFresh local organic ingredients from their field are on the seasonal menu at this operating farm and orchard. Open until 6pm daily.
23 Soons Circle (Just off Route 17M)
www.soonsorchards.com/soons-orchards-events/dinner-at-the-farm/Dinner at the Farm: Usually one Saturday each month by reservation. CIA grad and cooking instructor, Chef Shawn Hubbell, brings international experience combined with an extensive knowledge of local farms and food to bring you a meal with the freshest ingredients and superb taste.
Sweet Onion Brewhouse
28 North Main Street
Delicious food. Amazing Beers. Unique cocktails. Incredible atmosphere. All with local sourcing from across the Hudson Valley.
Ward’s Bridge Inn
135 Ward Street
The finest steaks, seafood, and local produce served within one of the village’s charming vintage buildings.
Westtown Fare Restaurant
795 Route 284
www.facebook.com/pages/Westtown-Fare-Restaurant/339588389534464?fref=tsChef Stephen Ernst renders a modern and sophisticated interpretation of traditional French, Italian and American cuisines crafted from hand selected fresh farm produce, meats, delicious seafood and incorporating locally sourced products whenever possible.
74 Clinton Street
Fine dining in a casual atmosphere. Ingredients are fresh and local. All menu items made in house.
Woody’s Farm to Table
30 Quaker Avenue
Simple, fast meals like burgers, fries, wraps and salads made with locally sourced ingredients. It’s family-friendly and a healthy and much tastier alternative to traditional fast food.