Restaurant Week Spotlight: Thyme Restaurant

Hudson Valley Restaurant week runs from March 18 until March 31. This feature highlights our local restaurants who are participating in the popular event.

If you haven't already, make your reservations now. Hudson Valley Restaurant Week runs from March 18 until March 31. It is a time when many participating restaurants offer prix fixe lunches for $20.95 and dinners for $29.95. 

The annual event, in it's sixth year, entices people to venture outside of their local areas to try new restaurants. It also brings tourists from outside the region to Hudson Valley towns and cities to see what they have to offer. Last year, the event drew more than 200,000 people to 160 restaurants. 

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Leading up to the week, we asked our six local participating restaurants (see list below) a few questions about their offerings. We will post answer as they are provided. Please read  owner Tom Costello's thoughts below. Also, feel free to leave a review of Thyme, or any other local restaurant, on Patch Places. 

Q: What do you like about Restaurant Week?

A: Thyme loves participating in Restaurant Week because it gives us a wonderful opportunity to entertain new clientele who want to explore our culinary adventures.

Q: What is on the menu?

A: The appetizers are going to be soup, salad, pulled pork or gnocchi. The entrees are salmon, steak, chicken or pasta. The desserts are cheesecake, chocolate cake, ice cream or fruit tartlet.  

Check out the full menu here

Q: Who decides the menu? What is the science behind a good prixe fix meal?

A: The menu is a collaboration of what we believe people will enjoy and is the best we can provide with the increased volume of Restaurant Week.  

Q: What is your favorite dish on the Restaurant Week menu?

A: My favorite dish on the menu I would have to say is the skirt steak, I am a meat lover.

Q: Do you suggest reservations?

A: Reservations are always suggested during Restaurant Week.

Q: Is your dessert home made? If not, where is it from?

A: The desserts are made at the restaurant with the exception of the ice cream and chocolate cake which we get from local purveyors.


If you'd like, you can review Thyme, . The other local estabilshments participating in RW are: , , , , .

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