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    1. Foundry 42

    The Port Jervis storefront is a must for art, reclaimed furniture, and baked treats inside a Brooklyn-esque interior.   Foundry42 Is a One-Stop Lifestyle Shop With Coffee to Boot Photo by Renée Meola
    A sweet spot for locals in Orange County, Dottie Audrey's is a must for breakfasts and lunches in the Hudson Valley. Sandwiches are delicious, as are the sweet pastries that grace the counter. The eatery stocks local goods like Crown Maple syrup as well. Photo by Sabrina Sucato

    3. Glazed Over Donuts

    Watching the donuts being made through the kitchen window at Glazed Over in Beacon is a mesmerizing experience. Owned by longtime Beacon residents Ron and Lisa Tompkins, the recently opened, family-run spot is the realization of an idea that came up during a vacation nearly 20 years ago. “We saw a little donut shop while Read more...
  • 4. Countryside Kitchen

    You’ve never seen a pancake quite like the “Holy Cannoli Pancake,” a footlong creation rolled burrito-style with a chocolate chip cannoli interior. Enormous pancakes are a specialty at this Putnam County breakfast spot, with choices ranging from coconut, fruit (strawberry, blueberry, raspberry), M&M, even a birthday pancake with buttercream frosting and a candle.   Get Read more...

    5. Sweetbakes Cafe

    This petite bakery puts TLC into everything they make — custom cakes, scones, cupcakes, lemon bars, and so much more! In fact, their sweet and savory waffles are the best around. The owners are committed to giving back to their community and support fundraisers throughout the year, like last year’s cake sale benefiting the Children’s Read more...
  • Head to Mad Batters for 100-percent gluten-free goodness in the Hudson Valley. Since every bite in the Marlboro café contains nary a trace of wheat, gluten-sensitive diners can happily dig into options the decadent crème brûlée French toast. Dig Your Fork Into the Most Over-the-Top French Toast in the Hudson Valley

    7. Kelly’s Bakery

    A Le Cordon Bleu chef runs a bakery café on Delafield Street, serving sourdoughs and pastries with ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley. Related: Kelly's Bakery Is an Artisanal Bread Hotspot in Poughkeepsie Photo courtesy of Kelly’s Bakery
  • Launched as an organic-bread bakery in 1983, Bread Alone has since expanded with four cafés, including its original Boiceville site and its main bakery in Lake Katrine near Kingston. The menu consists of sandwiches, toasts, salads, soups, and, of course, freshly baked pastries and breads.
  • Serving coffee and seasonal dishes, this café is an offshoot of the beloved NP chocolate company, and has enough pastries, sweets, and cookies to tide you over. The Hudson Valley Vegetarian Restaurants You Should Know About
  • 10. McKinney & Doyle

    With cozy atmosphere, McKinney & Doyle attracts diners for the award-winning brunch, as well as lunch, dinner, and cocktails. Don’t miss the baked goods made from scratch at the adjoining Corner Bakery. These Are the Best Burgers Across the Hudson Valley

    11. Sunflour Bakery

    This sweet spot in Pawling is just around the corner from the village's restaurant row, and is absolutely worth the detour. Stop by for a cup of coffee, one of the daily specials, and any or all of the treats on display behind the counter. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 12. Kingston Bread + Bar

    If ever there was a croissant we’d drive through a snowstorm for (yes, this is something our former dining editor actually did), it would be this one. Deeply caramelized layers of pastry form a shatteringly flaky exterior that gives way to an irresistibly buttery, tender interior that’s every bit as good as a trip to Read more...
  • 13. Local Artisan Bakery

  • Launched as an organic-bread bakery in 1983, Bread Alone has since expanded with four cafés, including its original Boiceville site and its main bakery in Lake Katrine near Kingston. The menu consists of sandwiches, toasts, salads, soups, and, of course, freshly baked pastries and breads.
  • Launched as an organic-bread bakery in 1983, Bread Alone has since expanded with four cafés, including its original Boiceville site and its main bakery in Lake Katrine near Kingston. The menu consists of sandwiches, toasts, salads, soups, and, of course, freshly baked pastries and breads.
  • Launched as an organic-bread bakery in 1983, Bread Alone has since expanded with four cafés, including its original Boiceville site and its main bakery in Lake Katrine near Kingston. The menu consists of sandwiches, toasts, salads, soups, and, of course, freshly baked pastries and breads.
  • 17. Babette’s Kitchen

    This recent addition to Red Hook operates out of the former Neko’s Pharmacy storefront, focusing on small pastries, cookies, breakfast sandwiches, as well as pies and quiche. Specialty cakes and seasonal treats are also available for order. Photo by Sabrina Sucato