Aloys Garden 115 Garden Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 473-8400
Aloys Garden’s goal is to offer gourmet food at low prices. Founded in 1929 the restaurant became famous for having the best pizza in the Hudson Valley. Their square pizza has remained a trademark of the business for its delicious taste and thin, crispy crust. Aloys pizza been voted “Best Thin Crust Pizza in the Hudson Valley” by Hudson Valley Magazine. In addition to classical Italian dishes, the menu features a large variety of popular appetizers; unique steak, shrimp, chicken, & grilled mushroom salad entrees; as well as Aloys own signature seafood, chicken & pasta dishes that have provided a special dining experience to their customers seeking something beyond the ordinary.
Amici's 35 Main Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 452-4700
Casual dining in the Hudson Valley is taken to another level at Amici’s Restaurant, located in the waterfront district of Poughkeepsie, with views of the Mid-Hudson Bridge and the Hudson River. Amici’s prides itself on creating guest relationships through spectacular food and remarkable service. The multi-faceted establishment consists of a casual yet upscale dining room serving classic and contemporary Italian-American fare, prepared by Amici’s experience Culinary Institute chef. In addition to our regular seasonal menu Amici’s offers daily specials. Luncheon menu at a reduce fare, which include Panini’s and pizza is also offered.
Andy's Restaurant 45 Duchess Ave Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 452-2525
Andy's Place restaurant & tavern is located on the north side of Poughkeepsie and has been a destination for friends and family alike for over a generation. Andy’s feature fresh American cuisine, indoor & outdoor dining as well as a full service bar. All menu items are also available for take-out ordering. Andy’s also feature a separate spacious Banquet Hall which is available for special events.
Applebee's Bar & Grill 3450 North Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 486-0052
Applebee’s started with the same philosophy that they follow today – focused on serving good food to good people. Today, what was once a popular neighborhood restaurant has grown to become a popular restaurant in neighborhoods all across North America.
Aroma Osteria 114 Old Post Road Wappinger Falls, NY (845) 298-6790
Located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, Aroma Osteria is nestled away on three acres of land in Wappinger Falls, NY. With three dining rooms, a private chef’s table and a spacious outdoor terrace, Aroma is an excellent choice for lunch, dinner or parties of any size. Classic Italian fare created by chef-owner Eduardo Lauria is a reflection of the comfort foods he experienced growing up in a Neapolitan household blended southern Italian recipes and modern elegance. Guests are effortlessly transported to the rolling hillsides of Tuscany. Aroma Osteria presents a unique level of luxury, charm and rustic cuisine to the Hudson Valley. Enchanting flavors, rich aromas, and soft furnishings create an atmosphere of delicious sophistication guests will not soon forget. Fresh foods and unique wines are mainstay at Aroma and we guarantee our guests will taste the difference! Chef Lauria’s passion for excellence in the kitchen and co-owner wife Lucia’s enthusiasm for superior service gives Aroma true distinction. The Zagat Guide calls Aroma “Excellent; top-notch dining at its best!” (2008) and the Hudson Valley Magazine awarded Aroma Osteria “Best Italian Restaurant, 2010.”
Bluestone Bistro 10 IBM Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 462-1100
Bluestone Bistro is the Hudson Valley’s newest best kept secret for affordable and delicious cuisine. Located on IBM road, in Poughkeepsie, NY. Bluestone Bistro serves an eclectic menu in a casual and friendly atmosphere. Bluestone’s Proprietor, Michael Polasek, is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and also proprietor of Simple Gourmet, which specializes in customized off site catering. Whether you are looking to sit and relax for lunch or dinner in the bistro, order take out, or have a customized event, Bluestone Bistro has you covered.
Bonefish Grill 2185 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 432-7057
A Great Fish Story... Fueled by their mutual passion for fish, veteran restaurateurs Tim Curci and Chris Parker set out to create a new kind of dining experience. They wanted to build a place that would take the mystery out of fish for people who didn’t eat it very often. They would help their guests understand where the fish they were eating came from, how to have it cooked and best of all - how to have fun with the wide range of delicious flavors and sauces they would develop to perfectly complement a wide range of species. They wanted the place to feel warm, comfortable and inviting inside, but below the surface would lie a dogged commitment to quality and excellence on every level. They would come to call this ambiance “polished casual”. They wanted to provide their guests with the freshest fish possible, so in their search to find fish from the waters worldwide, they hunted down and located fish purveyors with the same commitment to quality as theirs. Using extraordinary thought and care, Chris and Tom designed a ritual where they would receive, inspect and hand cut the fish daily. On January 15, 2000 in St. Petersburg, Florida, the first Bonefish Grill was born. People turned out in droves! The success of their vision has generated restaurant growth that has taken them throughout the Southeast and Northeastern coasts, and today Bonefish Grill has begun expanding throughout the Midwest.
Bugaboo Creek Steakhouse 804 South Rd (Rt9) Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 297-2200
WHATEVER ADVENTURES you’ve been on today, we’re glad you could come to Bugaboo Creek Steak House. Our mountain lodge always serves up hearty helpings of rustic charm, good company and of course, great food. So sit back, relax and make yourself at home. Because whether you’ve been hitting the slopes or fishing for leads, there’s no better place to end the day. Despite what you may see and hear while you’re enjoying your meal here, moose can’t really talk. “Bugaboo” is an old miner’s term for a “dead end”. These days it’s a cooking term meaning “Yum”. At least that’s what we keep hearing.
Coppola's On Rt 9 2373 Route 9 Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 471-4545
Coppola’s on Rt 9 4167 Route 9 Hyde Park, NY (845) 229-9113
In 1954, Vincent, Joseph & Antonio Coppola arrived in the United States from their homeland of Naples, Italy. They settled in Dutchess County in 1956 while expanding their culinary expertise in several of Poughkeepsie’s finest restaurants. Their dreams were realized in 1961 when their first restaurant was opened on Main Street in Poughkeepsie. By 1976 the three brothers decided that it was time to expand their operation and Coppola’s restaurant was opened in Hyde Park. In 1982 the brothers decided to split the family business to allow the sons to begin the long transition with each taking a restaurant, Coppola’s of Hyde Park, Coppola’s on Main Street and Coppola’s in Highland. By fall 1986, a second generation of Coppolas began bottling and selling their famous Marinara sauce along the eastern seaboard. Antonio and his son, in 1990, entered into partnership and the Treasure Chest in Poughkeepsie and renamed the business Cappuccino’s by Coppola’s and Cordon Bleu Caterers. Success spanning over 35 years is attributed to their credo, “A good product at a great price!”
Chili's 2016 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 296-1375
Chili's Grill & Bar is a restaurant chain founded by Larry Lavine. The chain has many casual dining restaurants, in the U.S. and Canada. The chain can also be found in 31 other countries around the world. Chili's is owned and operated by Brinker International, Inc.
Chuck E Cheese's 838 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 297-9500
Chuck E Cheese’s is the ultimate place Where a Kid Can Be A Kid® and parents can enjoy every moment. That’s why Chuck E Cheese prides itself on providing a safe, family friendly environment that kids and parents will love to come back to.
Cosimos Trattoria & Bar 120 Delfield Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 485-7172
Come to Cosimo’s Poughkeepsie and let the amber glow of our their wood-fired brick oven warm your heart and welcome you to the restaurant. Cosimo’s offers a rustic yet sophisticated setting for you to enjoy a memorable dining experience. There are five uniquely designed dining rooms each offering a different feel while staying true to the authentic Tuscan decor throughout. Lori Pierce Abdenschein, for the Poughkeepsie Journal, writes: “When it comes to the art of casual dining, it’s hard to top the Italian Trattoria. Trattorias make no pretense of fancy dining, yet they are popular dining spots. The menu strikes me as versatile, offering anything from quick snacks such as panini for lunch and pizza to full meals of pasta, pesce and carne, with a glass of wine or two. The interior is as big and bright as ever. Regardless of the time, service is knowledgeable, enthusiastic and professional.” During the warmer months, Cosimo’s offers outdoor dining.
Coyote Grill 2629 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 471-0600
Welcome to the Coyote Grill. Coyote Grill transports you to the aura of a 1950’s roadhouse. The lines are out to the door but people still flock to the Coyote Grill. With their global menu and 100 menu items you will be sure to find something for everyone. An eclectic blend of music plus cool vintage photography completes the atmosphere. Their spacious martini lounge features your choice of hand stuffed olives for your martini, a tantalizing range of class cocktails and a full wine list.
Crave 129 Washington St Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 452-3501
Crave’s mission is to achieve such a distinction in food and wine, service, atmosphere, and setting that the restaurant gains a first class reputation for gastronomy and gracious hospitality which will being new and repeat customers year after year.
Crew 2290 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 462-8900
Since reopening its doors in 2009, Crew has established itself as one of the Hudson Valley’s leaders in eclectic European-style cuisine. With Asian and modern American influences, Crew’s menu utilizes the region’s bounty of local and organic products such as goat cheese (Milton, NY), duck, rabbit (New Paltz), and the Hudson Valley Fresh Dairy. The restaurant also harvests its own seasonal organic garden (located on the premises). Menu favorites include Organic Chicken Breast, Wild Salmon, Filet Mignon and Orecchiette Pasta. Thomas Kacherski - Culinary Institute of America (CIA) graduate and chef/owner - oversees the modern, yet casually designed restaurant accented by the majestic open kitchen. The energetic bar serves 10 rotating craft draughts, along with the wine list consisting of over 100 bottles and 30 by the glass. The CIA trained chefs and warm staff create an elegant and fun dining experience.
Culinary Institute of America1946 Campus Drive Hyde Park, NY (845) 452-9600
Set in scenic Hyde Park, NY on the east bank of the Hudson River, The Culinary Institute of America is a spectacular destination for students, restaurant patrons, and tourists alike. The 170-acre campus is just an hour and a half from both New York City and Albany, and is conveniently accessible on U.S. Route 9. The CIA’s New York campus operates five award-winning, student-staffed public restaurants - St. Andrew’s Café (closed for renovation), the Bocuse Restaurant, Ristorante Caterina de’ Medici, American Bounty Restaurant, and the Apple Pie Bakery Café. For more information about the Apple Pie Bakery Café call 845-905-4500. In addition to thier restaurants, the New York campus also offers public tours given by current CIA students and a bookstore featuring epicurean delights, cookbooks, souvenirs, and assorted kitchen utensils.
All award winning restaurants at the CIA in Hyde Park are part of our students’ educational experience. Each student spends time in both the front and back of the house to learn and master the full scope of restaurant operations. Under the guidance of expert chef-instructors and maîtres d’hôtel, students execute the meal and service to the exacting standards set by the CIA.
Double O 1536 Route 9 Wappinger Falls, NY (845) 297-27625
Ideally located in Dutchess County’s bustling Wappinger Falls neighborhood, Double O Grill offers quests a stylish and inviting destination on one of the valley’s most vibrant thoroughfares. Double O Grill combines a social atmosphere with exciting cuisine, and expansive beer and wine list & hand-crafted cocktails. Food and drinks are built to share and there is something for everyone. Double O is one of the most spacious energetic restaurants in the valley.
Dutchess Diner 799 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 297-8100
You are always welcome at the Dutchess diner and not only will you be treated like royalty but you will also get an amazing meal that is worth of a King. Located directly across from the Poughkeepsie Galleria Mall, the fabulous 24-hour diner has been serving Dutchess County for more than 20 years and it is the perfect place to get a great meal any time of the day.
Ever Ready Diner 4184 Albany Post Rd Hyde Park, NY (845) 229-8100
For nearly 40 years the Original Ever Ready Diner has been located in the historic town of Hyde Park, NY. Over the years the diner has become and institution, landmark and monumental to say the least.
Hyde Park Brewery Co. 514 Albany Post Rd. Hype Park, NY (845) 229-8277
The site of the Hyde Park Brewing Co. was originally part of the Springwood Estate owned by the Roosevelts. During the 1940’s Howard Johnson purchased this property and for many years was on of the original Howard Johnson’s Ice Cream Parlors. As a matter of fact, the original terrazzo floor has the Howard Johnson logo. The Hyde Park Brewing Company is a full service restaurant and bar with a brewery producing world class ales and lagers. Voted “Best Brewpub” 5 years in a row, and “Best Beer Selection” in 2009 or 6 hand crafted beers on tap year round. If you are looking for a fun, casual environment there is always something going on at the Brewery. Happy Hour is Monday through Friday from 4:00 - 7:00 pm. Wednesday offers the Upstart Blues Jam at 8:30 pm or come and compete with your peers in a game of trivia on Thursdays at 8:30 PM. Live brewpub music begins at 9:30 pm on Friday nights with no cover charge.
Ice House 1 Main Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 232-5783
The Poughkeepsie Ice House is now open! The Ice House is the only restaurant in Poughkeepsie located on the banks of the Hudson River, offering spectacular views of both the Mid-Hudson Bridge and the famous Walkway Over the Hudson. Enjoy the breath taking view over lunch or dinner, choosing an item from an eclectic menu deigned by the Ice House’s culinary staff or a bottle of wine from one of the featured local wineries, or both! Come on down to the Ice House and relax with the view.
Jade Palace 1060 Route 9 Wappinger Falls, NY (845) 297-1188
La Batisse 779 Dutchess Tpk Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 483-7672
Country French Restaurant, Bar-Brunch-Dinner, near Adams Farms.
Mahoney's Irish Pub 35 Main Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 471-3027
Welcome to Mahoney’s Irish Pub and Restaurant Owner Emmett Woods has managed to create a stunning Irish tavern without suppressing the charm of this grand old building. Mahoney’s is traditional Irish complete with good ideas and some Irish servers to take your order with a proper accent. There are only two things to worry about. Either you go to heaven or hell. If you go to heaven, there is nothing to worry about. But if you go to hell, you’ll be so damn busy shaking hands with old friends you won’t have time to worry! So let’s all sit down and have a drink ... at Mahoney’s. Be careful when parking, much of it is restricted or numbered.
Mariner's Harbor 46 River Road Highland, NY (845) 691-6011
Nestled on the banks of the Hudson River, in Highland, NY is Mariner’s on the Hudson, the only true waterfront restaurant in the area. Located on the northwest side of the Walkway over the Hudson, New York’s grandest state park, is a seafood and grill restaurant that offers the locals the comfort of home and a traveling visitor a spectacular experience of the Hudson Valley. Throughout the season Mariner’s schedules a variety of live music, party bands, barbeques, and special promotions to provide entertainment for all ages. Mariner’s is accessible by car and by boat.
McDonald's Rt. 9 Poughkeepsie or Rt. 9 Hyde Park
Milanese Restaurant 115 Main Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 471-9533
The Milanese Italian Restaurant is locally owned and opened in 1971 by Rita and Santino Milanese. Together they have developed Milanese Italian Restaurant into an exciting brand that offers authentic Italian dishes along with grilled steaks, seafood and an extensive wine sections. Since 1971 Milanese’s Italian Restaurant has established a reputation for consistently delivering freshly prepared, high quality food with attentive and personal service at a great price.
Mill House 289 Mill Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 485-2739
Mill House Brewing Company opened in the Fall of 2013. It is the culmination of years of professional culinary/hospitality experience, expressive design and construction, and craft beer artistry. Located in the rehabilitated Mill House, Mill House Brewing Company offers a warm, historic and visually appealing setting, casual, yet professional service, food cooked from as close to the source as possible, and artfully crafted ales. For the Mill House Brewing Company team, this means the commitment to the amazing farmers, cheese makers, and other artisans that make the Hudson Valley such an amazing place to live. At Mill House Brewing Company, the philosophy is simple: provide a complete Hudson Valley dining experience, showcasing the region’s most delicious offerings of food, and beer.
Nathan's Famous 790 South Rd #F106 Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 297-1335
Nelly Kelly 535 Haight Ave. Poughkeepsie, NY (845)485-5050
Noah’s Ark 135 Mill Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845)486-9295
Olive Garden 741 South Rd (Rt 9) Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 297-1787
In 1999, Olive Garden partnered with Sergio and Daniela Zingarelli, proprietors of Riserva di Fizzano, Tuscany - our cooking school in Italy. Located in the heart of the Chianti Classico wine-growing region is the Rocca delle Macie Winery, also owned by our friends, the Zingarelli family. Enjoy a sample of delicious Rocca delle Macie wines - like Rubizzo Sagiovese and Chianti Classico Riserva - at your local Olive Garden. Every year Olive Garden Chefs travel to our Culinary Institute to learn authentic cooking secrets from Italian Chef Romana Neri and Chef Paolo Lafata. Hundreds of Olive Garden Chefs have traveled to Italy and learned the essential skills for creating great dished, like how to choose the freshest ingredients, layering flavors and pairing flavorful wine with each entree.
O'Sho Japanese Steak House1998 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845)297-0540
The Art of Hibachi cooking is brought to your table every night at O’Sho by their master hibachi chefs. Expand your palate and tantalize your taste buds at a special evening for all! Singles, couples and groups all join in to enjoy the shared culinary experience.
Outback Steak House 1225 Rt 9 Wappinger Falls, NY (845) 298-6753
Outback steak house is an Australian steak house. Although beef and steak items make up a good portion of the menu, the concept offers a variety of chicken, ribs, seafood and pasta dishes. Outback Steak House is proud of our long history of involvement with sports. We support athletics on all levels from national football to local little league games. We are also the official restaurant of the PGA Tour. Visit our site often to see highlights of the events we sponsor, such as the Outback Bowl, the Outback Pro-AM Golf Tournament and the Outback Champions Cup Tennis Series.
Palace Diner 194 Washington St Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 473-1576
The Palace Diner is owned and operated by the Vanikiotis family since 1981. The building was erected in 1979 by previous owners and did business under the name “The Parthenon.” The Vanikiotis family: Father Nick and Mother Maria and sons Teddy, Peter and Dino, immigrated from Skoteini, Greece, in 1974. After they purchased The Palace in 1981, Nick was the head chef until he retired in 1995 and Maria worked her magic on the salad bar until her retirement the same year. Teddy managed the floor while Peter baked all the pies, cakes and pastries in The Palace’s downstairs bakery. Dino grew up in the business, helping out bussing tables, taking cash until he headed off to the Culinary Institute, where he graduated in 1988. The Palace has undergone several renovations during the 20 years its doors have been open, but always with an attitude of keeping things fresh and interesting.
Pizza Hut 2585 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 471-2900
Portofino 57 Old Post Road Staatsburg, NY (845) 889-4711
Portofino Ristorante is “in the middle of nowhere, but 15 minutes from everywhere.” This is how the Staatsburg location is described by those dining at the Portofino. Staatsburg wasn’t always off the beaten path. In the late 19th century, when the New York Central Railroad operated a station here, the thriving town boasted numerous inns and restaurants that catered to passengers, including the three-story clapboard building that has housed Portofino for over 20 years, but which was originally built in 1890 as Horan’s Tavern and Hotel. The restaurant is accessed via the barroom, a comfy watering hole that comes in especially handy on weekends while waiting for a table at this popular place. The decor is Tuscan. A long row of booths hugs one side of the dining room; soft spot lighting and room dividers section the space off into smaller zones providing everyone with a sense of intimacy.
Red Lobster 630 South Road (Rt 9)Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 462-4301
Here at Red Lobster we’re passionate about serving our guests great seafood. Our fishermen take pride in catching only the highest quality seafood and the freshest fish. Our grill master’s expertly perfect flavors, cooking seafood and steak over a wood grill. Because at Red Lobster we “Sea Food Differently” Red Lobster only source is the highest quality seafood from cold and warm water regions, whether it’s live lobster from the coast of New England, fresh salmon from Norway or one of many wild-caught fresh fish from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. We invite you to come and experience our commitment to quality for yourself. Red Lobster is the place you can enjoy fresh, delicious seafood now and for generations.
Red Robin 2511 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 463-3610
Our legacy began in the 1940’s with Sam’s Tavern, a small tavern perched on a Seattle hilltop near the University of Washington Campus. Sam sang in a barber shop quartet and often play “When the red robin goes bob’ bob’bobbin along”. Sam loved the song so much he changed the name of the Tavern to Sam’s Red Robin, later known as simply Red Robin. In 1969 Sam’s Red Robin became the first Red Robin restaurant which opened in a 1,200 square foot building on a Seattle hilltop. In 1973 they expanded from jumbo beers, cellophane-wrapped sandwiches and popcorn to include their most popular burgers - the Red Robin Gourmet Cheeseburger, the Red Robin Bacon Cheeseburger and the Royal Red Robin Burger which is crowned with fresh fried eggs. Red Robin hatches one of America’s only restaurant mascots, a colorful robin named “Red”. Children everywhere became overnight fans. Red Robin ranks 15th in a casual dining survey by Nation’s Restaurant News, a leading publication of the restaurant industry. We serve our guests an imaginative selection of more than 22 Gourmet Burger in a variety of recipes with all-you-can-eat Bottomless Steak Fries.
River Station 1 N Water Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 452-9207
We are the oldest continually operating food, drink & catering facility in this city and the only waterfront restaurant in Poughkeepsie located between the Mid-Hudson Bridge and the “Walkway over the Hudson”. The River Station property was originally owned by Baltis Van Kleek in the late 1700’s. By 1871 the property had changed hands several times before being turned into a saloon by George W. Lumb. In 1925 Sam Myer Jr., son of a former building tenant opened “Myers Clam Tavern” continued throughout prohibition. Myer’s Tavern catered to locals and the Hudson River Dayline passengers. Rooms were rented upstairs for overnight stays by Dayline passengers. The Dayline dock stood directly at the foot of Main Street, people would disembark spend the day shopping, eating and drinking then return to the Tavern for the night. Myer operated the saloon until his death in 1958. New owners changed the name to “Mike’s Tavern” but hit upon hard times after the Dayliner stopped running. In 1966 a fire claimed the top two floors of “Mikes”. In the years to come, the property was again sold, the building expanded and remodeled, with parking lots being added and today the business is a prospering waterfront restaurant.
Rock Lobster Café 679 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 462-4600
Shadows on the Hudson 176 Rinaldi Blvd Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 486-9500
Shadows on the Hudson is a waterfront restaurant. The building is perched on a cliff forty feet above the Hudson River and just fifty feet from its eastern bank. This prime location affords us one-of-a-kind, truly grand views of the Mid-Hudson bridge to the north and miles of open river to the south Shadows features four different dining areas, each with a unique style and feel. Shadows was voted: “Hudson Valley’s Best Restaurants”, and receiving accolades for “Best Restaurant with a View” and “Best Brunch in the Hudson Valley” This unique restaurant is located just over a mile south of Marist College. Shadow’s menu has a broad appeal with a focus on Seafood and Steaks. The menu’s goal is to create a place where families can come to eat yet have the appeal to entice couples out for a special night on the town.
Ship Lantern 1725 Rte 9W Milton, NY (845) 795-5400
In the heart of the fruit and vineyard country of Ulster County is John Foglia’s Ship Lantern Inn, oldest restaurant in the Hudson Valley serving continental cuisine. The building dates back to the days of the Revolutionary War. Its nautical decor features miniature sailing ships from Mr. Foglia’s personal collection Mr. Foglia was one of the four original founders of the renowned “Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee Company” which was awarded the Army and Navy “E” as a result of sample tastings supplied from the kitchen of this restaurant. Ship Lantern Inn is now enjoying its third generation of family management. No matter what your entree selection, you will savor every mouthful. Local ingredients are featured. Dining rooms bustle with small armies of servers - most clad in black tuxedos.
South Side Café 2585 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 454-0379
Spanky's Restaurant 85 Main Street Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 485-2294
Subway 804 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 297-2644
Tavern at the Beekman Arms 6387 Mill Street Rhinebeck, NY (845) 876-1766
In the 1700’s William Traphagen established a traveler’s inn in Ryn Beck a small settlement carved out of a forested area inhabited by the Sepasco Indians and colonized since the 1680’s by the Dutch. In 1766 William Traphagen’s son Arent relocated Traphagen Tavern to the town crossroads where the King’s Highway intersected the Sepasco trail, winding its way down to the river. The Beekman Arms has been here at the center of Rhinebeck ever since. A sturdy time and stone building originally built to withstand possible Indian attacks, the Tavern served to aid townsfolk who took refuge at the inn while the British burned the State Capital, Kingston, across the river. Rhinebeck continued its growth into the 19th century as a popular stage stop between Albany and New York City. Rhinebeck became known as the “Parlor of Dutchess County” for its shaded streets, village hospitality, gracious homes and grand estates. The farms’ Black Angus and the greenhouses’ violets gave the small town national attention. As years rolled by, “the Beek” as locals call it, continued as the center of social and civic life. In the 1980’s the Greenhouse room was added to the front of the ballroom and in 1995 the guests’ rooms were completely renovated.
Tokyo Express 8 Lagrange Ave Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 452-5033
Umberto's 2245 South Road Poughkeepsie, NY (845) 462-5117
Established in 1976, when Umberto and Angelo Annunziata came to Poughkeepsie and opened a small pizza parlor with four tables, Umberto’s of Mamma Marisa has grown steadily to include seating for over 250. Head Chef Alberto Annunziata combines fresh ingredients with a rare culinary flair. From his start as a six year old following his father Umberto around the kitchen, Chef Alberto’s talents have blossomed with time and experience. As a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Chef Alberto brings his top level talents to all the delicious culinary masterworks her prepares at Umberto’s. Our huge banquet room is a perfect place for family gatherings. Other events include our famous Saturday nights, where music and sing-a-longs live can be enjoyed. You feel like you are part of Umberto and Angels’s family in the warm friendly atmosphere. The entire Umberto’s of Mamma Marisa family takes pride in the satisfaction and enjoyment of each of our many customers. We try our hardest to make every meal a memorable one. So we’d like to say a great big Thank You to all our wonderful customers for our many years of culinary success. Buon Appetito!
Yeung-Ho II 264 North Rd. #2 Poughkeepsie, NY (845)473-2336
(across from Marist)
Yeung-Ho III Rt 55 Poughkeepsie, NY (845)471-2923