Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Fall 2017Oct. 26, 2017 - Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino today joined Janet Crawshaw, publisher of The Valley Table magazine with Michele Savino, owner of One Twenty One, to kick off Hudson Valley Restaurant Week (HVRW) for Fall 2017. To celebrate the event, the County Executive joined guests to sample locally sourced seasonal dishes for autumn.

“Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is the perfect time to explore the food and dining scene here in Westchester County,” Astorino said. “With over 100 restaurants in Westchester participating, get out and have a delicious meal at a great price.”

One Twenty One Restaurant has been part of the North Salem community for seventeen years. The beautifully appointed restaurant has a modern, delicious menu focused on seasonal ingredients from Hudson Valley Farmers and purveyors.

“We are thrilled to be part of this wonderful culinary celebration,” said Michele Savino, Owner of One Twenty One. “Visitors and residents have many choices when it comes to dining in Westchester and we’re delighted to be part of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.”

“The food scene in the Hudson Valley is thriving,” said Janet Crawshaw, publisher and founder, The Valley Table magazine and Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. “With more than 100 restaurants participating right here in Westchester County, there’s a cuisine for everyone to enjoy. Thanks to County Executive Astorino for officially kicking-off our fall Restaurant Week here in Westchester.”

HVRW celebrates top restaurants, giving diners the opportunity to enjoy exceptional dining at an approachable price point. Three-course, prix fixe dinners are $32.95 and lunches are $22.95 (plus beverage, tax and tip). During HVRW, which runs from October 30-November 12, diners can sample delicious dishes throughout the county. A complete list of participating restaurants is available on

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About Westchester County Tourism & Film
Tourism & Film is Westchester County’s official destination marketing organization. Its mission is to generate economic benefits by enhancing the image and promoting Westchester County as a premier business and leisure destination in the Hudson Valley region. The Tourism & Film Office in Westchester County is a division within County Executive Robert P. Astorino’s Office of Economic Development.

About Hudson Valley Restaurant Week
In 1996, Janet Crawshaw and Jerry Novesky took an eight-month sabbatical, traveling 35,000 miles across the country seeking authentic American experiences. They found that local farms, bakeries, fish markets, wineries and breweries were the key to understanding the country’s distinct regions. Inspired by their trip and the Chefs Collaborative, an educational sustainable food movement, the couple returned to their home in the Hudson Valley with a mission to awaken the region’s food consciousness.

In 1998, they launched The Valley Table, a colorful quarterly, magazine that celebrates the agricultural heritage and cuisine of the region, leading the development of the Hudson Valley’s local food movement.

Crawshaw and Novesky launched Hudson Valley Restaurant week in 2006 with a distinguished board of advisors, including chefs, restaurateurs and tourism leaders. The two-week culinary event premiered with 70 restaurants. Today, with more than 185 participating restaurants spanning seven counties, it is among the largest Restaurant Week events in the country. Participating counties include Dutchess, Westchester, Columbia, Orange, Putnam, Rockland and Ulster. It has become a successful collaborative effort involving farmers, growers, wine makers and chefs.