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Home Of Franklin D Roosevelt:
The first US Presidential Library was started by FDR here. Close to the PYC, it is easy to visit the Home of FDR and Presidential Library & Museum to learn about the only President elected to four terms.
Hudson Valley Country
Take in any one of the farmer’s markets, events, fairs and festivals which abound in the Hudson Valley. Visit wineries, go apple picking, or site see. Our charming villages boast antique treasures and unique shops, museums, art galleries, world-class restaurants and delicious farm-to-table dining as well as a wide variety of lodging options.
The Apple Pie Bakery Café showcases the talents of the CIA’s baking and pastry arts students and faculty, and features sumptuous baked goods and café cuisine. The full menu is available for takeout or to enjoy in our relaxed, reservation-free dining area. The Apple Pie Bakery Café received awards for “Best Desserts” and “Best Lunch Spot” in Hudson Valley Magazine’s annual “Best Of The Hudson Valley” awards.
With a focus on the seasons and products of the Hudson Valley, contemporary and traditional regional dishes are brought to life at the American Bounty Restaurant in an honest and flavorful way. Rounded out with a first-class American wine list and comfortable warm service, this casually elegant restaurant sets the stage for an unparalleled dining experience in New York’s Hudson Valley.
The Eveready Diner
Featured on Dine-In's Drivebys and Dives, this 1950s styled eatery located in Hyde Park near the PYC!
Truly authentic regional Italian cuisine takes center stage at Ristorante Caterina de’ Medici, a sophisticated dining room overlooking a stunning herb and rose garden, and the Hudson River. Or enjoy wood oven pizza and other simple rustic dishes in the more casual Al Forno Trattoria. Dining at this grand Tuscan-style villa is a culinary escape to another world without ever having to leave the beautiful Hudson Valley.
Sleek and strikingly contemporary, this French restaurant is named for the most famous chef in France, Paul Bocuse. The Bocuse Restaurant re-imagines the execution of classic French cuisine through the lens of ultra-modern cooking techniques, brings a new style of casual yet sophisticated service, and offers a breathtaking architectural interior design. With a great French wine list and innovative cocktail program, The Bocuse Restaurant is a unique and exciting, world class dining experience.
Rhinebeck is a quaint town with numerous high caliber dinning and shops. This local attraction is one of the most popular destinations and is within miles of the PYC.
Mills Mansion is a hop skip and a jump away from the PYC. Set up a tour of this esteemed landmark as a part of your travels. This 65-room Gilded Age mansion in Mills-Norrie State Park hosts guided tours, events & concerts.
Our charming villages boast antique treasures and unique shops, museums, art galleries, world-class restaurants and delicious farm-to-table dining as well as a wide variety of lodging options.
Tours, tours, and tours.
The Hudson valley has too much to offer for this presentation. see the tourism page or speak to someone at the PYC! Thank you, see you soon!