Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Features 2 New Rochelle Restaurants - Don Coqui & Post 22

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Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Features 2 New Rochelle Restaurants - Don Coqui & Post 22

November 15, 2012 - 18:44

Hvrw logo purple copyWHITE PLAINS, NY -- Even the wind, rain, sleet and snow couldn’t stop the first Fall Hudson Valley Restaurant Week from taking place. The 14 days of culinary excitement and price fixe dining is now underway and will continue through Sunday, November 18, 2012. Even Hurricane Sandy couldn’t stop nearly 100 restaurants throughout Westchester County from opening their doors for the two-week promotion.

“We are finally returning to a sense of normalcy in Westchester County after Hurricane Sandy,” said Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino. “Hudson Valley Restaurant Week has helped residents, visitors and businesses get back on their feet during a hectic time. We want to thank all of the participating restaurants and chefs for hanging in there. And, for those of you who have yet to take advantage of restaurant week, there is still time to make a reservation.”

Fall Hudson Valley Restaurant Week features a three-course lunch priced at $20.95 and a three-course dinner priced at $29.95. Beehive in Armonk, Butterfield 8 American Gastropub in White Plains, Gleason’s in Peekskill, Hudson at Haymount House in Briarcliff Manor, Il Sogno in Port Chester, King Street Restaurant & Bar in Chappaqua, PLATES in Larchmont and Village Social in Mt. Kisco are among the Westchester restaurants joining the promotion for the first time.

For a full list of participating restaurants, go to or

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is organized by The Valley Table Magazine, and sponsored by Westchester County Tourism & Film, M&T Bank, WHUD Radio, Millbrook Vineyards, The Gold Standard, Crown Maple, Irving Farm Coffee Company, The Moviehouse, The Journal News, Dutchess County Tourism and Hudson Valley Bounty.

More information on participating restaurants is available by contacting The Valley Table at 845-561-2022 or [email protected].