Hudson Valley Restaurant Week 2012: Meet Guest Blogger Roseann Healy

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As a Manhattan commuter by day, I have been to some of the most celebrated restaurants in the city, and I can honestly say that many restaurants in the HudsonValley area have matched the culinary greatness of those in the city.  Some of the best chefs in the world have put down roots here and it is evident in the quality of restaurants the HudsonValley has to offer.

As a lifelong Rockland resident, I am proud to spread the word to people who are not familiar with the HudsonValley area, of the fine restaurants, shopping and nightlife we have to offer.

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  1. do you really believe that the hudson valley measures up to NY city??? other than blue hill stone barns, i do not think of one place that would be in the top 50 nyc restaurants.

    mark r

  2. Give Village Social a try, in Mt. Kisco. An amazing octopus torchon on the appetizer menu. Also, the cream of cauliflower soup with gorgonzola compound butter atop. Delicious!

  3. Kudos to you Ms Healy, I agree , the Hudson Valley has procured some of the finest restaurants and seasoned chefs comparable to the city! Those nay-sayers who dispute this should pay a visit to Peter Kelly at his wonderful Xavier’s or perhaps have a wonderful gourmet dessert prepared by Matt at the Hudson House in Nyack. The list is endless! So please, keep us informed of more culinary delights you wish to share on your wonderful blog. I look forward to your reviews!

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  5. PORTOFINO’S IN STAATSBURG-WORST RESTAURANT IN HUDSON VALLEY, STAY AWAY UNLESS YOU WANT OVERPRICED, OVERCOOKED FOOD SERVED BY OVERFED WAITRESSES AND LIGHTING SO POOR YOU CAN’T SEE WHAT YOUR ORDERING AND 6 OUNCE SODA GLASSES FILLED WITH ICE FOR 2.50 (THEY CHARGE FOR REFILLS) BUT THEY DO NOT PUT THAT ANYWHERE ON MENU. DISGUSTING FURNISHINGS AND CARPET-ATMOSPHERE IS DANK AND DINGY. VERY UNHAPPY CONSUMER,

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