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Terrapin in Rhinebeck: A 22-ounce maple syrup-brined double (Credit: Josh Kroner)

Terrapin in Rhinebeck: A 22-ounce maple syrup-brined double thick pork chop with a Calvados-apple demi-glace is topped with crushed maple-bacon flavored almonds and served with a sweet potato gratin at Terrapin. This savvy new American restaurant, a local favorite, is set in a soaring 1820s Baptist church. >>Read more on Terrapin

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week: 35 places to dine

More than 100 area restaurants are participating in Hudson Valley Restaurant Week from March 11 through 24 (lunch is $20.95 and dinner is $29.95). Here are photos from 35 of those spots to help you decide where to dine.

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Terrapin in Rhinebeck: A 22-ounce maple syrup-brined double
(Credit: Josh Kroner)

Terrapin in Rhinebeck: A 22-ounce maple syrup-brined double thick pork chop with a Calvados-apple demi-glace is topped with crushed maple-bacon flavored almonds and served with a sweet potato gratin at Terrapin. This savvy new American restaurant, a local favorite, is set in a soaring 1820s Baptist church. >>Read more on Terrapin

Restaurant North in Armonk: The
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Restaurant North in Armonk: The "Super Awesome" Chocolate Chip Cookie is a not-to-miss dish at Restaurant North, a country chic spot serving locally sourced fare. >>Read more on Restaurant North

Tarry Lodge in Port Chester: The guanciale is
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

Tarry Lodge in Port Chester: The guanciale is a wood-fired pizza topped with black truffles and a sunny-side-up egg. It's a customer favorite at Tarry Lodge, a restaurant created by star chef Mario Batali and his seemingly infallible team. >>Read more on Tarry Lodge

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Moderne Barn in Armonk: Bartender John Stork makes
(Credit: Photo by Leslie Barbaro)

Moderne Barn in Armonk: Bartender John Stork makes a peppered guava margarita with tequila, chipotle, agave nectar and guava puree with a red pepper and brown sugar rim at Moderne Barn, an American restaurant located in a stylishly converted barn. >>Read more on Moderne Barn

Eastchester Fish Gourmet: The lobster cobb salad at
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

Eastchester Fish Gourmet: The lobster cobb salad at Eastchester Fish Gourmet is one pound of steamed maine lobster with spinach frisee, bacon, avocado, egg, feta cheese and a creamy oregano dressing. >>Read more on Eastchester Fish Gourmet

The Cookery in Dobbs Ferry: Whole-grilled branzino stuffed
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

The Cookery in Dobbs Ferry: Whole-grilled branzino stuffed with fennel, lemon herb gremolata and roasted potatoes is available at The Cookery, a restaurant serving up Italian family cooking. >>Read more on The Cookery

La Panetiere in Rye: Escargot with parsley, garlic
(Credit: Francesca Andre)

La Panetiere in Rye: Escargot with parsley, garlic butter, tomato fondue and pistachio at La Panetiere, a romantic restaurant highlighting the sunny, herbaceous cuisine from Provence in France. >>Read more on La Panetiere

Il Sorriso in Irvington: The linguine is served
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

Il Sorriso in Irvington: The linguine is served with baby shrimp, clams, asparagus and roasted peppers in a garlic and oil sauce at Il Sorriso, an Italian restaurant favored among locals. >>Read more on Il Sorriso

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Hudson at Haymount House in Briarcliff Manor: Scott
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

Hudson at Haymount House in Briarcliff Manor: Scott Riesenberger, the executive chef at Hudson at Haymount House, is pictured in the restaurant, which is located in a turn-of-the-century Southern-style colonial manse. Riesenberger serves an ever-changing menu of “farm to table” American cuisine. >>Read more on Hudson at Haymount House

Dolphin in Yonkers: The tuna tartare dish at
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Dolphin in Yonkers: The tuna tartare dish at Dolphin, a restaurant serving many Italian and seafood dishes. The venue offers sweeping views of the Hudson River and a leafy outdoor patio. >>Read more on Dolphin

Antoine McGuire's Oyster and Ale House in Haverstraw:
(Credit: Susan Stava)

Antoine McGuire's Oyster and Ale House in Haverstraw: Anthony Accomando, the chef and owner of Antoine McGuire's Oyster and Ale House, is pictured at the raw bar. The restaurant, which is open late (midnight on weekdays and until 2 a.m. on weekends), serves traditional bistro fare. >>Read more on Antoine McGuire's

Half Moon in Dobbs Ferry: The ice cream
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

Half Moon in Dobbs Ferry: The ice cream sandwich is made with layers of sweet, crispy phyllo pastry, fresh fruit and vanilla ice cream, with chocolate and raspberry sauces at Half Moon. The restaurant, which affords among the most impressive Hudson River views anywhere, serves fairly standard American cuisine. >>Read more on Half Moon

Iron Horse Grill in Pleasantville: The Arctic char
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

Iron Horse Grill in Pleasantville: The Arctic char is a constant on the menu, with garnishes changing seasonally, at Iron Horse Grill. This version comes with carrot, ginger coulis and snap peas. The restaurant, located in what was once Pleasantville’s dilapidated train station, serves eclectic new American cuisine. >>Read more on Iron Horse Grill

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Bistro Rollin in Pelham: Bistro Rollin is a
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

Bistro Rollin in Pelham: Bistro Rollin is a family owned restaurant that serves lovingly prepared and presented French food. The creme brulee is pictured. >>Read more on Bistro Rollin

Morgans Fish House in Rye: Women raise their
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Morgans Fish House in Rye: Women raise their glasses in a toast at Morgans Fish House, a casual restaurant that serves seafood, including raw bar items. >>Read more on Morgans Fish House

Cafe of Love in Mount Kisco: Southern France
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Cafe of Love in Mount Kisco: Southern France is the refrain at Cafe of Love, which serves exceptional, herbaceous and homey Mediterranean cuisine. >>Read more on Cafe of Love

The Tavern at Diamond Mills in Saugerties: Part
(Credit: Michael Nelson)

The Tavern at Diamond Mills in Saugerties: Part of a 30-room luxury hotel on the picturesque Esopus Creek, this spacious contemporary restaurant is airy and cheerful, with 24-foot-high white-paned windows overlooking a small waterfall. The venue serves new American cuisine. >>Read more on The Tavern at Diamond Mills

Restaurant X and Bully Boy Bar in Congers:
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

Restaurant X and Bully Boy Bar in Congers: The cowboy rib eye beef for 2 people is served with a brown sugar and cayenne rub, gratin potatoes and creamed spinach sauce bearnaise at Restaurant X and Bully Boy Bar, one of four restaurants in the Xaviars Restaruant Group. >>Read more on Restaurant X

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Wasabi in Nyack: Bartender Rod Dmitriev prepares colorful
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

Wasabi in Nyack: Bartender Rod Dmitriev prepares colorful cocktails at Wasabi, a restaurant that serves sushi and Japanese food. Expect quirky items on the menu like green tea cheesecake and seafood risotto with black truffles, plus a strawberry roll served with strawberries on the outside with spicy tuna and Tobiko inside. >>Read more on Wasabi

American Bounty in Hyde Park: Students work on
(Credit: John Roca)

American Bounty in Hyde Park: Students work on various meals at American Bounty, an American-themed restaurant at The Culinary Institute of America. Staffed by students under the supervision of faculty members, the menu pays homage to the Hudson Valley's agricultural bounty. >>Read more on American Bounty

42 in White Plains: A selection of items
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

42 in White Plains: A selection of items from the raw bar at 42, a restaurant that sits atop the Ritz-Carlton, affording jaw-dropping, wraparound views of White Plains and, on a clear day, New York City. The setting is modern and understated and the restaurant is one of the most romantic in the region. >>Read more on 42

Crabtree's Kittle House in Chappaqua: Jumbo diver scallops
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Crabtree's Kittle House in Chappaqua: Jumbo diver scallops with sunchoke confit and a black truffle emulsion at Crabtree's Kittle House, a regional favorite housed in a 1790s farmhouse. This is superb food as high art. >>Read more on Crabtree's Kittle House

MP Taverna in Irvington: The chestnut and bone
(Credit: Faye Murman)

MP Taverna in Irvington: The chestnut and bone marrow Monte with brown butter and sage sauce at MP Taverna, a restaurant that serves modern Greek cuisine. >>Read more on MP Taverna

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X2O Xaviars on the Hudson in Yonkers: Chef/owner
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

X2O Xaviars on the Hudson in Yonkers: Chef/owner Peter Kelly is pictured at X2O Xaviars on the Hudson, one of his four restaurants in the region. Built on a derelict pier that had been a Yonkers eyesore for decades, the views at X2O -- extending from the Tappan Zee Bridge to the north and Manhattan to the south -- are startling. >>Read more on X2O

The Barn at Bedford Post Inn: On a
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The Barn at Bedford Post Inn: On a 14-acre compound one finds a luxurious, eight-room country inn, a casual restaurant called The Barn, a bakery and a yoga studio and The Farmhouse at Bedford Post, a dining destination. Restaurant Week is being offered at The Barn, which serves unfussy American cuisine. >>Read more on Bedford Post Inn

Don Coqui in New Rochelle: Skirt steak (churrasco)
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Don Coqui in New Rochelle: Skirt steak (churrasco) with black beans, rice and Chimichurri sauce is served at Don Coqui, a Puerto Rican restaurant. The restaurant is big, occupying much of the second floor of a former industrial building, but the food is bigger, with many portions adequate for a tight knit family of four. >>Read more on Don Coqui

Alain's Bistro in Nyack: A lamb shank braised
(Credit: Bryan Miller)

Alain's Bistro in Nyack: A lamb shank braised in lamb stock with onions, rosemary and orange, served with a melange of cubed squash, carrots, turnips and parsnips at Alain's Bistro, a French restaurant serving regional classics. >>Read more on Alain's Bistro

Haven in Pleasantville: A couple is pictured dining
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Haven in Pleasantville: A couple is pictured dining at Haven, a restaurant with a seasonally driven, inventive American menu. Vegans need not make special orders to accommodate their diet; the restaurant makes a point to offer several such options. >>Read more about Haven

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Red Hat on the River in Irvington: A
(Credit: Kirthana Ramisetti)

Red Hat on the River in Irvington: A painting is pictured on the exterior of Red Hat on the River. Red Hat serves classic bistro fare with some contemporary twists. It's an ideal spot for warm weather dining with umbrella shaded tables near the Hudson River and a fabulous rooftop cocktail lounge. >>Read more on Red Hat on the River

Cafe Amarcord in Beacon: Cafe Amarcord is a
(Credit: Daniel Goodrich)

Cafe Amarcord in Beacon: Cafe Amarcord is a fun and quirky place with a menu that focuses on gutsy renditions of Italian classics along with American and French interlopers. >>Read more on Cafe Amarcord

The Old '76 House in Tappan: A couple
(Credit: Faye Murman)

The Old '76 House in Tappan: A couple enjoys a fireside dinner at The Old '76 House, a Revolutionary War-era tavern with National Landmark status. The menu is mostly traditional American, with dishes like Yankee pot roast, crabcakes and roast duck with black cherry Cumberland sauce. >>Read more on The Old '76 House

Ristorante Caterina de' Medici in Hyde Park: Students
(Credit: John Roca)

Ristorante Caterina de' Medici in Hyde Park: Students carry meals through Ristorante Caterina de' Medici, the Italian student-run restaurant at The Culinary Institute of America. >>Read more on Ristorante Caterina de' Medici

Cathryn's Tuscan Grill in Cold Spring: Cathryn Fadde
(Credit: Anne Machalinski)

Cathryn's Tuscan Grill in Cold Spring: Cathryn Fadde is a celebrated character in this antique-cluttered town on a dramatic stretch of the Hudson River. Her idyllic restaurant, which serves Italian cuisine, is quaint and comfortable, with a large lounge and a flower-framed brick courtyard for outside dining. >>Read more on Cathryn's Tuscan Grill

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Stissing House in Pine Plains: Chef Michel Jean
(Credit: Caylena Cahill)

Stissing House in Pine Plains: Chef Michel Jean poses with a fall dish at Stissing House. The restaurant, located in a historic inn from 1782, features a fine old tavern, fireplaces and terrific food. >>Read more on Stissing House

Hudson Grille in White Plains: Two women are
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Hudson Grille in White Plains: Two women are pictured drinking and dining at Hudson Grille, the sleekest spot on Mamaroneck Avenue, which seats 270. The extensive menu focuses on contemporary American cuisine. >>Read more on Hudson Grille

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