The best food-filled road trips from NYC

New Yorkers are looking for places to have fun a little closer to home. There are plenty of delicious options within a short drive of the Big Apple. Anyone hungry for a road trip?

The Maker in Hudson NY

The Maker is a micro hotel with 11 rooms, but its restaurant has big ambitions. Executive chef Michael Poiarkoff (Vinegar Hill House) cures meats, churns butter and forages greens.

Lis Bar in Kingston, NY

New York State’s first capital and an artist hub these days, Kingston boasts a charming Polish-inspired restaurant-bar in its Midtown Arts Distric.

Peekamoose in the Catskills (Big Indian, NY)

This restaurant has been around before the Catskills became trendy. The restaurant evokes a warm log cabin vibe, and features contemporary American cuisine.

Goosefeather in Tarrytown, NY

Dale Talde is cooking dishes like Cantonese roast duck and char siu Berkshire pork collar, the (quick) trek to the King Mansion at Tarrytown House Estate is worth it.

Beach Plum Farm in Cape May, NJ

There's one four-day package focused on a farm-to-fork experience where you can go hiking, make cocktails in the garden and help harvest produce for your meal.

Troutbeck in Amenia, NY

Gabe McMackin’s the Finch in Brooklyn, which is now permanently closed, was among Time Out New York’s top restaurants. He’s been leading the Troutbeck lodge’s restaurant and made the menu his own.


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