November 02, 2015 Healthy Living

A Regional Guide to Healthy Restaurants in Hudson Valley

It’s no surprise that the picturesque Hudson Valley is home to a plethora of establishments that use locally sourced foods. Farm to Table Bistro, located in Fishkill, purchases items from area farmers and creameries as often as possible, while Terrapin in Rhinebeck features a highly customizable menu that’s based on individual customers’ dietary restrictions or preferences, in addition to an organic kids’ menu.

We hope this guide serves as a helpful resource for meeting your dietary needs, or as a useful checklist for finding your family’s new go-to restaurant. Did we miss any of your favorite locations? Let us know! We would love to hear from you in the comment section below. Also, be sure to visit additional eateries in Central New York and the Capital Region. Happy and healthy dining!


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Eating Healthy in the Hudson Valley:

Restaurant Name Address Vegetarian Options Vegan Options Gluten-free options Locally-sourced foods Handicap accessible
Allan’s Falafel 115 Main Street
Aroma Thyme Bistro 165 Canal Street
Baba Louie’s 517 Warren St, Hudson Y Y Y Y
Bees Knees Cafe 989 Broome Center Road, Preston Hollow Y Y Y
Blue Plate Restaurant 1 Kinderhook Street, Chatham Y
Ca’ Mea Ristorante 333 Warren Street, Hudson Y
Cafe Omi at Omi International Arts Center 1405 County Route 22, Ghent Y Y
Carolina House 59 Broad Street, Kinderhook Y Y Y Y
Conscious Fork 14 Railroad Ave, Warwick Y Y Y
CrossRoads Food Shop 2642 Route 23, Hillsdale Y Y
Destino 1 Church St., Chatham Y Y Y
Diego’s Taqueria 38 John St, Kingston Y Y Y
Duo Bistro 50 John St, Kingston Y
Farm to Table Bistro 1083 Route 9,
Fish & Game 13 South 3rd St., Hudson Y Y
Food Studio Hudson 610 Warren St., Hudson Y
Garden Cafe 6 Old Forge Road,
Gaskins 2 Church Ave, Germantown Y Y
Gracie’s Food Truck 280 W Main St., Catskill Y Y
Grounded 83 Broadway, Kingston Y Y Y Y
Restaurant Name Address Vegetarian Options Vegan Options Gluten-free options Locally-sourced foods Handicap accessible
Grazin’ 717 Warren St., Hudson Y
Karma Road Organic Cafe 11 Main Street,
New Paltz
Local 111 111 Main Street, Philmont Y Y Y
Mexican Radio 537 Warren St., Hudson Y Y Y Y
Mountain Brauhaus Restaurant 3123 Rt 44 55,
Muscle Maker Grill 47 North Plank Road, Mid-Valley Mall
Palmer House Cafe 1462 Main Street, Rensselaerville Y Y
Pure City 100 Main St.,
Pine Bush
Peekamoose Restaurant 8373 State Route 28, Big Indian Y Y
Red Devon Market and Cafe 108 Hunns Lake Road, Bangall Y Y
Riverview Cafe 48 Riverview Street, Stuyvesant Y Y
Swoon KitchenBar 340 Warren St., Hudson Y Y
Terrapin 6426 Montgomery Street,
The Cascades 407 Warren St., Hudson Y Y
The Flammerie 7 Hudson St, Kinderhook Y Y
The Greens at the Club Copake Country Club, 44 Golf Course Road, Copake Lake Y
The Tappen 10 Crown St, Kingston Y Y Y
Vico Restaurant & Bar 136 Warren Street, Hudson Y Y Y Y Y
Restaurant Name Address Vegetarian Options Vegan Options Gluten-free options Locally-sourced foods Handicap accessible

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The information cited is believed to be accurate, but not guaranteed; readers should verify.
In addition, the restaurants referenced do not endorse this post or The Daily Dose blog site.

Natalia Burkart
About the Author

Natalia joined CDPHP in 2015 as a communications writer/editor and currently serves as director, communications strategy. Born and raised in the Capital Region, Natalia earned a BS in marketing and management from Siena College and an MBA from Union Graduate College (now Clarkson University). A self-professed news junkie and lover of iced coffee, Natalia currently resides in North Greenbush with her husband and two kids.

3 Responses to “A Regional Guide to Healthy Restaurants in Hudson Valley”

  1. monica meyer

    Please consider Peekamoose Restaurant in Big Indian.

    • Natalia Burkart

      Hi Monica, thank you so much for checking out our blog, and for your suggestion. We’ll certainly add Peekamoose Restaurant to our guide.

  2. Marlin

    The list of restaurants serving locally sourced ingredients is incredibly misleading. Baba Louie’s? Vico? Destino? Frankly, to put these restaurants – who may on rare occasion buy a few seasonal ingredients locally – on the list with places like Food Studio, Grazin, and Gaskins that make strong commitments to purchasing almost exclusively from local farms is a disservice to them and the public. It amounts to “organic-washing” – the idea that food is “probably local and organic” unless obviously otherwise. You might consider renaming that category, or revising the list to reflect who uses *mostly* local ingredients.

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