PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- More than 100 restaurants will participate in The Valley Table's Fall Hudson Valley Restaurant Week from Nov. 2-15.
“Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is a great time for diners to visit Westchester County’s impressive restaurants this fall season,” Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino said. “Come ‘Meet Me’ in Westchester to try out a wide selection of delicious food at a great price.”
Astorino joined The Valley Table publisher Janet Crawshaw for a kick-off event Thursday at Pleasantville's Iron Horse to prepare the "Astorino Burger," a new, signature dish for the Hudson Valley Restaurant Week menu.
“When it comes to great food and great restaurants, there’s no better place to be than in the Hudson River Valley and no better time to get out and dine than during Hudson Valley Restaurant Week,” said Crawshaw. “It’s one of the largest dining events in the country. And with more than 100 restaurants participating right here in Westchester County, we’re delighted to join with County Executive Astorino to officially kick off our fall Restaurant Week. Let the feasting begin.”
For a complete list of participating restaurants, visit www.HudsonValleyRestaurantWeek.com .
PHOTO CAPTION: Natasha Caputo, director, Westchester County Office of Tourism & Film; Janet Crawshaw, publisher, The Valley Table magazine and founder of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week; Judith Economos, co-owner, Iron Horse; County Executive Robert Astorino; Andrew Economos, owner, Iron Horse and Peter Scherer, mayor, Village of Pleasantville.