Restaurant Week Gets a Second Season

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week returns for another two weeks in November. Reserve now for fine, affordable dining in Yorktown, Somers and the area.

Restaurant Week is so popular in the Hudson Valley that it actually runs for two weeks. Now the annual event has upgraded to twice yearly with its first ever Fall edition.

From Nov. 5 to Nov. 18, you can eat cheap (yet well) at numerous participating area restaurants.

Among about 150 restaurants, Yorktown offers up its regulars:

  • Traditions 118 (lunch, excludes Saturdays)
  • Don Tommaso's Bistro Italiano (lunch and dinner)
  • Thyme Restaurant (lunch and dinner, excludes Saturdays)

Somers offers the following:

  • Il Forno Trattoria and Pizzeria (lunch and dinner)

Prices across the board are $20.95 for a prix-fix lunch or $29.95 prix-fix dinner. Tax and beverage not included, and, of course, you are urged to tip well.

Click here for all the restaurants with links or phone numbers to make reservations and enjoy two more weeks of fine, affordable dining the region.

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