Community Spotlight: Harvest on Hudson
Whether you’re looking for a restaurant to enjoy a delicious meal and take in breathtaking scenery, or for a venue for your next wedding reception, private party, or celebration, you can’t go wrong with the Harvest on Hudson. Here, their gardens and patios provide spectacular views of the Hudson River that are sure to make your event, dinner, or brunch a most memorable experience.
Wine, Beer, & Cocktails
To get started, we’ll take a look at what you can expect to find on their beverage menu.
On the cocktail menu, you’ll find seasonal specialties that rotate as the months change. For example, the Adam’s Apple featuring Absolut apple vodka, apple cider, and ginger beer is perfect for an autumn evening. Some other Harvest on Hudson classics include the Lady Leslie, Spicy Pear, and Blackberry Fields.
You’ll find everything from whites, reds, roses, and bubbly champagnes on the wine menu. Over on the beer menu, you can expect to find local IPAs, lagers, ciders, stouts, and ales.
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, & Dessert
When it comes to brunch, Harvest on Hudson deliver unique twists on traditional dishes. The savory semolina and ricotta pancakes come with Vermont maple syrup and sweet butter. If you’re craving something light, check out the artichoke alla giudia, or the avocado & tomato bruschetta.
On the dinner menu, you’ll find Antipasto appetizers, creamy pastas and risottos, fresh seafood, crisp salads, and brick oven pizzas. You can try a classic mozzarella and basil pizza, or go for something a bit more adventurous, like the fig & prosciutto, or their Hudson Valley rabbit scarpariello entree.
To finish off your meal, you can’t go wrong with a slice of citrus olive oil cake, NY cheesecake, or tiramisu, or a bowl of affogato, gelato, or sorbetto.
Events All Year Round
During the warm summer months, stop by after work with your friends and grab a happy hour drink on the patio. When the holiday season comes around, you’re sure to find such events as the Friendsgiving Friday Feast or the Feast of the Seven Fishes dinner. Their Friday night dinner series explores regional cuisines using fresh farm-to-table local ingredients.