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  • 1. Landmark Inn

  • 2. The Grange

    The menu changes weekly at this rustic farm-to-table restaurant, but one thing remains the same — the burger lunch special. This decadent, farm-fresh burger is made with locally raised grass-fed beef from Lowland Farm and topped with aged cheddar, pork jowl bacon, and a fried egg. As one reader said, “It was by far the Read more...

    3. Pennings Farm

    With a farm market, a beer garden, a cidery, and more onsite, Pennings Farm is a one-stop shop for farm-to-table goodness in Warwick. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • Open year-round seven days a week, this winery serves up locally sourced farm-to-table-style cuisine. Take your pick from a menu of delicious items like a fruit and cheese plate, gourmet artisan pizzas, truffle fries, robust salads, and so much more — all made to perfectly pair with the wine or cider of your choice.   Read more...
  • 5. Conscious Fork

    Patrons to the CF can enjoy one of many vegan sandwiches, healthy bowls, and fresh-pressed juices while enjoying the local art on display. The Hudson Valley Vegetarian Restaurants You Should Know About

    6. 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
  • 7. Fetch

    Dog lovers will feel right at home in this playful pub decorated with photos and paintings of canines. The menu features classic American cooking, including burgers, Thanksgiving egg rolls, meatloaf and mashed potatoes, and individually baked mac ’n’ cheese. These Are the Best Burgers Across the Hudson Valley
  • 8. Warwick Thai

    This classy eatery is one of Warwick’s best-kept secrets. One look at the menu and you’ll want to order everything. Instead, start off light with steamed Thai dumplings, stuffed with chicken, pork, and water chestnuts, before venturing into dinner territory. Where to Get the Best Thai Food in the Hudson Valley

    9. Drowned Lands Brewery

    The Drowned Lands Brewery experiments with farmhouse techniques and microflora from the Black Dirt region to craft one-of-a-kind beers out of a historic Warwick building. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 10. Eddie’s Roadhouse

    Noted for its craft beer selection, you can also savor a relaxing meal at this tavern and grill, where the focus is on fresh ingredients sourced from local farms and markets. Popular, monthly beer dinners pair dishes with brewery-recommended drafts and/or cans.