Zagat.com - It’s easy to see why the Hudson Valley is sometimes referred to as “New York’s Napa.” The region, which stretches 150 miles along the Hudson River, is abundant with farmland, wineries and great chefs. There’s even a branch of the Culinary Institute of America in the area. For city dwellers, it’s an accessible and attractive escape; let’s face it - the Union Square Greenmarket and foraging in Central Park only go so far in getting close to nature. These 10 stops are especially worth leaving town for.
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