From Zagat-rated restaurants to cuisine inspired by the Old World, Greene County’s fine dining scene offers chic locales and delightful twists on local ingredients.
Award-winning and edgy meets tradition and quality in the Catskills at fine dining establishments such as Bistro Brie and Bordeaux in Windham. A “Best of the Hudson Valley” for three years in a row, this French country bistro serves classic Gallic favorites such as escargot in garlic butter, baked brie tart with warm fruit and nuts, fresh crab cakes, and onion soup.
At Prospect at Scribner's in Hunter, Chef Joseph Buenconsejo’s fresh approach to traditional Hudson Valley cuisine creates dishes that are hearty, refreshing and pair-perfect with the mixologist’s cocktail menu. Snack on small plates of octopus with chorizo and marble potatoes, Chicory Salad with cashews, prosciutto, and pear, or broccolini tossed with mushrooms, Furikake, and black garlic. Top it off with ricotta ice cream, cardamom soufflé, or ganache with sorrel sherbet and macadamia crumble, and you’ve got a meal worth traveling the two hours north of New York City for.
The Great Northern Catskills’ Old-World traditional cuisine takes center stage at La Conca D’Oro in Catskill, where wood-fired pizza and homemade Italian specialties are served in an elegant dining room perfect for long conversations and glasses of red wine.
Explore the Catskills fine dining scene and farm-to-table cuisine, and discover new chefs and your new favorite place to celebrate everything from an anniversary to the end of a long week.
The farm-to-table philosophy is rapidly becoming ingrained in our community and more and more of our local menus are reflecting this change. Chefs and restaurateurs have integrated this concept into their dishes by using local ingredients resulting in delicious meals and exquisite flavors that come from right down the road.