We are lucky to call some of the finest purveyors of food & beverage in the Hudson Valley our friends & neighbors.
Many of them are accessible directly from our property via wooded walking paths.
Let us introduce you.
Organic Brewery & Tasting Room [Walking Distance]
Wednesday, 4pm-9pm / Thursday, 4pm-9pm
Friday, 5pm-10pm / Saturday, 12pm-10pm / Sunday, 12pm-9pm 236
Enjoy a pint with friends on the patio, take in some breathtaking sunsets over the waving field of grain, and stroll through the dramatic trellis system of the hop yard.
Arrowood also offers a rotation of local, farm-to-table food trucks each day they are open.
Organic Cidery & Woodfired Pizza [Walking Distance]
Friday, 5pm-10pm / Saturday, 12pm-10pm / Sunday, 12:00-9:00PM
Historic pick-your-own apple orchard and farm offering certified organic apples, raspberries, blackberries, and many delicious homemade products.
Westwind also makes and serves thin crust wood fired pizza using fresh, organic toppings like basil, zucchini, squash blossom, tomatoes, and prosciutto. They also have a newly constructed, state of the art cider room and full bar.
Organic Seasonal Farm Stand & Arts Class [Walking Distance]
All hours, Cash Only Honor System
Founded by acclaimed botanical artist Wendy Hollender, Hollengold Farm was started in the Spring of 2009. They are continually fueled by their love of food, nature, plants, and healthy living, and strive to create a beautiful place for others to share and experience with us. Along with farming there is a large component of botanical art and education related to plants, how they grow, and their uses.
Barn Dinners & Seasonal Farm Stand [5 minute drive]
Ravenwood explores the integration of agriculture, culinary arts and the local makers movement – all staples of NY state’s rich history, and each thriving today. With backgrounds in a range of fields in the food and design world, Chris Lanier and Dana McClure aim to create a space that celebrates New York’s distinct seasonality and to connect the urban center of NYC to its rural outposts – much like the Hudson Estuary itself that flows two ways. In a renovated 19th century barn located in Kerhonkson NY, Ravenwood will open its doors this season as a pop-up farm shop and dinner series.