While it may be hard to bear, the era of the $20+ appetizer and $35+ entree has arrived in restaurants across the Hudson Valley. To rationalize the $22 payment for a salad, one could blame pandemic-induced inflation for rising food prices across the board. Or one could turn to the clientele, some of whom are new to the area, willing to pay those high prices. Anyway, the fact is that in some local restaurants, these prices are here to stay.
Increasingly, there are outliers that go beyond these high prices. Here are some of the most expensive restaurant foods in the Hudson Valley right now. Although it was hard not to include the $38 pork chop from Stissing House (Pine Plains), the $36 duck breast from Gaskins (Germantown) and the $38 New York strip from Brasserie 292 (Poughkeepsie), for accounting purposes, this list only includes current entries over $40 – some of them double and even quadruple that.
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