Warwick, New York
This craft-beer bar and restaurant is a neighborhood gem in the Hudson Valley’s Warwick.
What it is:
Venturing out of New York City doesn’t mean distancing oneself from culture when one is traveling to the Hudson Valley, a 150-mile stretch between Yonkers and Albany that claims the epicenter of New York State’s local food and drink movement. In Warwick, about fifty miles from the City on the New Jersey border (and accessible by bus from Port Authority), Eddie’s Roadhouse has been serving up craft culture since 2010.
Why it’s great:
A family establishment with a penchant for the local, delicious, and fresh, Eddie’s Roadhouse is both a beloved haunt for Warwick residents and a familiar oasis for those passing through. On tap, expect brews from hyper-local Hudson Valley brewers such as Equilibrium (Middleton), Rushing Duck (Chester) and the eponymous Hudson Valley (Beacon), along with borough darlings such as Grimm and Other Half. Eats feature inventive apps (eggplant meatballs, potato nachos), a savory selection of burgers and sandwiches, and hearty entrees made to order. —Cat Wolinski
DETAILS Hours: 12 p.m.–12 a.m., Tuesday–thursday; 12 p.m.–2 a.m., Friday–saturday; 12 p.m.–9 p.m., Sunday. Address: 18 Main St., Warwick, NY Web: eddiesroadhouse.com