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  • 1. Holy Cow

    Holy Cow is iconic. If you grew up in or around Dutchess County, chances are you made multiple trips to the Red Hook sweet spot on the dog days of summer. Inside the shop, prices are low and offerings are ample. Get an old-school sundae with hot fudge sauce and a cherry or keep it Read more...
  • Fresh, locally-sourced ingredients when possible, along with soups and grain bowls. Find Smoothies and Health Sips at Hudson Valley Juice Bars. 
    Although this local family chain is not strictly Thai, it does serve up a mean plate of pad Thai. Anyone with allergies or dietary restrictions will love Yum Yum, where customized eats are the name of the game. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Valley Photo by Sabrina Sucato
    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
  • 5. Red Hook Curry House

    Housed in a simple, one-story building on Red Hook’s main street, the Curry House’s fluorescent-dining area appears to be nothing special. For those in the know, that’s all the better to keep the trendy away from Mohammed and Maksuda’s outrageously delicious takes on traditional Indian staples. Where to Find the Most Savory Indian Food in Read more...
  • 6. J&J Gourmet

  • 7. Lucoli Pizza

  • 8. Modern Taco

    The majority of the menu is gluten-free, including the tacos —chipotle shrimp, guajillo chicken, spice-rubbed steak — on hand-made, cooked-to-order tortillas. The wine list features all Spanish and South American bottles, as well as a must-try avocado margarita.