Featured Restaurant: Boitsons

Owner, Maria Philippis, has been dishing out amazing meals and providing a hip and trendy place for locals and tourists alike to dine and drink.  Written up in The New York Times and other publications like BORO, it's one restaurant that is a must for everyone.

Photo: // L. Hazlewood

47 North Front Street, Kingston, NY, 12401 (845) 339-2333

Armadillo Bar & Grill

Southwestern & Mexican cuisine with a Nuevo Latino twist in Kingston, NY.  Saturday and Sunday for Lunch, Brunch, & Dinner.

97 Abeel Street, Kingston // 845-339-1550


Owner, Maria Philippis, has been dishing out amazing meals and providing a hip and trendy place for locals and tourists alike to dine and drink.  Written up in The New York Times and other publications like BORO, it's one restaurant that is a must for everyone.

47 North Front Street, Kingston, NY, 12401 (845) 339-2333

Duo Bistro 

New American cuisine restaurant and bar.  Comfort food that is both eclectic and delicious.  Now serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Try their burger with pork belly and crispy fries as featured below!

50 John St, Kingston //  845-383-1198

Ecce Terra

Located in the heart of beautiful and historic Uptown Kingston, Ecce Terra brings the flavors of Greece, Italy, and Spain to the Hudson Valley. The menu is predominantly influenced by Greek cuisine - with a little help from Italian and Spanish flavors.

288 Fair St Kingston // 845-338-8734

Le Canard Enchaine

“Voted Best French Restaurant North of Manhattan ”— Zagat Rated. "Arguably one of the best places in the Valley to dine on real French classics like duck confit and cassoulet." Hudson Valley Magazine.

276 Fair St, Kingston //  845-339-2003


The Hoffman House is located at the corner of the historic Stockade district and once served as fortification and lookout against Indian attacks. Today the Hoffman House serves a continental fare featuring, steaks, fresh seafood, and homemade pasta and desserts. Dining is enhanced in the winter by fireside seating and in the summer by an open air patio.

You can enjoy lunch and dinner and a tavern menu is also available through the dinner hours. 

94 N Front St, Kingston // 845-338-2626

Frank Guido's Little Italy 

Frank Guido’s Little Italy is a traditional Neapolitan restaurant.  Celebrate with family and friends while enjoying the Italian traditions of food, friendship, and hospitality.

14 Thomas Street | Kingston //  845-340-1682   

Kyoto Sushi

The complete menu consists not only of a variety of sushi rolls, but plenty of other traditional Japanese dishes, as well, like fillet Mignon teriyaki beef, tempura, udon noodles, and seafood selections. Plates are served as works of art. Plenty of sides, appetizers and traditional Japanese beer or wine complete the extensive menu.

Whether you are a sushi lover or simply appreciate the finest in authentic Japanese cuisine, Kyoto Sushi is the place to dine for sushi, sashimi, teriyaki and tempura in the Hudson Valley. Choose a sushi or sashimi dinner or one of our many delectable specialty rolls, teriyaki filet mignon, shrimp, lobster, calamari, seafood or chicken. For those who enjoy tempura, Kyoto features a full selection of seafood or chicken tempura.

A full selection of Japanese beer, imported and domestic wine as well as hot or cold sake is also available. As our guests say, "Entering Kyoto is like entering ancient Japan itself."

Monday-Saturday, Lunch Friday

337 Washington Ave Kingston // 845-339-1128

298 Wall Street

"Palizzata opened at 298 Wall Streeton July 4. The name is Italian for “stockade,” a tip of the cap to both the culinary provenance and Kingston’s historic district. Palizzata is the newest culinary venture of Eric and Joseph Cafaro, owners of Tony & Nick’s Italian Kitchen in Ellenville. With their Kingston spot, father-son duo is aiming to leave behind chicken parm and pizza in favor of authentic Northern Italian dishes, served in a white tablecloth setting." Chronogram

Santa Fe Uptown

Located in the historic Stockade district of Kingston, NY, Santa Fe Uptown is an authentic Mexican restaurant with a lively and festive atmosphere. They offer an expertly crafted menu of traditional and modern Mexican dishes, made from scratch with the freshest ingredients. The large U-shaped bar has been a neighborhood landmark for over 50 years and now offers one of the best tequila selections in the Hudson Valley.

Whether you are looking to eat-in or take-out, Santa Fe Uptown is the perfect choice for a healthy and fresh meal.  Monday-Saturday, Lunch Friday

11 Main Street, Kingston // 845-339-7777

Ship to Shore

Chef Samir Hrichi- serves up a serious assortment of dishes inspired by an eclectic heritage of exotic and local, of upscale and down-to-earth.  

A true American Bistro, Ship to Shore boasts a myriad of 5-star reviews along with the highest Zagat-rated American Bistro in the Hudson Valley. Samir’s secret? Keep it simple: keep it fresh, keep it local, don’t compromise a pinch on quality and people will keep coming back.

15 West Strand Kingston //  845-334-8887

Stella's Italian Restaurant 

Renowned for traditional Italian cuisine since 1975.

44 North Front Street, Kingston // 845-331-2210

Wilde Beest (At Large)
310 Wall Street

"One of the most anticipated restaurant openings of the year happened last month when Wilde Beest debuted in mid-June. Located at 310 Wall Street in Uptown Kingston, chef Chris Turgeon has taken over the space formerly inhabited by the pioneering tapas joint Elephant. Turgeon and his tight-knit crew—Greg Ryan, Eric Donaldson, Russell Prickett, and Oshan Jarow—have big hooves to fill, but first bites suggest great things.

Wilde Beest bills itself as a "farm-to-fork concept restaurant focused on hyper-locality and the cultivation of intimacy with its clientele and community." The key words here are "concept restaurant," "hyper-locality," and "intimacy," and they should be addressed separately." Chronogram Magazine

Peter Barrett

Peter Barrett

Yum Yum Noodle Bar

An Asian-inspired noodle bar that offers amazing cuisine made with local, farm-fresh ingredients at affordable prices.  

With their formula, diners can mix and match their noodles (from ramen to the thin, Japanese soba), broth (vegetarian to curry-coconut) and protein (chicken to salmon). Portions are served in huge bowls for just $10.

Signature items include Yum Yum's famous steamed pork buns and their strawberry-mint lemonade.

275 Fair Street, Kingston //  845-338-1400