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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

    2. Rusty Goat Grill

    Tucked down an alley near a rippling creek in Warwick, Rusty Goat Grill is a charming spot for lunch in Orange County. Go for the wraps, then stay for the goat décor. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 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
  • 5. Cafe Mio

    The nine-ounce, grass-fed patty in your beef burger at Café Mio didn’t travel far to reach your plate: Full Moon Farm is just down the road from the café. Assemble a choose-your-own burger from a large list of toppings, including various cheeses, bacon, fried shrimp, olives, and more. “It’s fresh, hyper-local, grass-fed beef so we Read more...
  • 6. High Falls Kitchenette

  • 7. Garden Cafe

  • 8. Ready Coffee – Newburgh

    One of the Hudson Valley’s many home-grown coffee brands, Ready Coffee is adding another location, this time in Newburgh.
  • 9. Fresh Start Cafe

  • 10. Rosendale Café

    The Café is one of the best values in the Hudson Valley, with an airy dining room and mountainside patio seating, incredible homemade dressing (sold by the bottle), and a delicious variety of sandwiches, wraps, and salads from breakfast to brunch to dinner. The Hudson Valley Vegetarian Restaurants You Should Know About
  • 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

    14. Bank Square Coffeehouse

    Bank Square Coffeehouse rests at the very start of Main Street in Beacon, which means it is a hub for train travelers, community members, and everyone in-between. Stop in for a coffee before you window-shop through town or pack your laptop for a day spent nestled in one of the café’s cozy chairs and couches. Read more...

    15. Outdated: An Antique Cafe

    This uptown café serves a full breakfast and lunch menu with great coffees, pastries, and salads in a hip storefront full of mismatched furniture and antiques for sale. The Hudson Valley Vegetarian Restaurants You Should Know About Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 16. Royal Crepes

    The menu by Chef Kris Jani and owner Drilon Jakupaj has all manner of sweet and savory crepes, roll-ups, and fold-overs, but the ones from Jakupaj’s native Balkan region stand out. Supplement your brunch with a Turkish coffee or a tear of doughy and cheesy Balkan burek from your partner’s plate while you’re at it.

    17. Beacon Falls Cafe

    A mainstay in Beacon, the Beacon Falls Cafe is a must for lunches and brunches in Dutchess County. Stop by during brunch on the weekend for seasonal specials and a menu that runs the gamut from savory to sweet. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 18. Hudson Hil’s Café

    When it comes to breakfast in Cold Spring, Hudson Hil’s is an absolute dream. Not only does the café sources a bulk of its ingredients from Hudson Valley farms, but it then turns those ingredients into highly addictive eggs Benedict and quiches. Our pick, however, is easily the chocolate babka French toast. Dig Your Fork Read more...