It’s time for local diners to make their reservations for the Fall 2021 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. From new eateries to familiar favorites, more than 60 Westchester restaurants are participating in this annual celebration of the local culinary scene. 

County Executive George Latimer said: “Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is one of the recurring events that makes Westchester County a great place to live – and visit. Residents and visitors look forward to this opportunity to sample the best cuisine our region has to offer. I urge you to support our local restaurateurs and their staffs by trying a new restaurant or revisiting an old favorite.”

Director of Westchester County’s Office of Tourism and Film Office Natasha Caputo said: “There is nothing like fall in the Hudson Valley. I encourage both visitors and residents to get out and enjoy a delicious meal and explore Westchester’s many unique attractions, farms, parks and more.”

Group Publisher, Today Media Hudson Valley Mike Martinelli said: “We are excited to celebrate restaurant week this fall and help our local restaurants that are still suffering as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis. Restaurant Week was designed to support and promote the restaurant industry, which needs us now more than ever. So please join me and let’s get out and dine.”

From Nov. 1-14, chefs throughout the Hudson Valley will be celebrating restaurant dining with delicious, creative dishes featuring locally sourced ingredients. With safety protocols in place and special prix-fixe menus for dining indoors or taking out, these restaurants are ready to serve you their very best. Throughout the two-week event, restaurants will be offering three-course, prix-fixe lunches at $25.95 and dinners at $35.95.

New restaurants participating in 2021 include La Botte in White Plains. Among the other standouts are Tramonto and Harvest on Hudson.

Local favorite Rosie’s Bistro Italiano, hard hit by the recent floods, will also be open for business. Owner Marco Lojano said the 16-year establishment sustained more than fifty thousand dollars in electrical damage along with a flooded basement. Lojano said employees were able to get the restaurant up and running just in time for restaurant week.

Lojano said: “After the pandemic, you just keep rolling with the punches. Hurricane Ida was a heavy hit, but I have an amazing crew and the town of Bronxville has been so supportive. What we are offering for restaurant week is also on our regular menu so we hope to see returning customers and welcome new ones.”

Review the extensive list of participating restaurants.

Reservations are suggested as space fills quickly.