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Top Foodie Regions in New York

Top Foodie Regions in New York

From cutting-edge city restaurants to sustainable farms in fertile upstate valleys, New York is at the forefront of American foodie culture. Hungry travelers won’t have any trouble finding delicious things to eat here. But for some truly memorable gastronomic experiences, here are the state’s foodie regions not to miss. 

Finger Lakes

A popular out-of-town getaway for wearied urbanites, the Finger Lakes region promises fresh air, tranquility, and some of New York State’s finest wines. Award-winning wineries around Seneca, Keuka, and Canandaigua Lakes produce varietals such as pinot gris, riesling, chardonnay, gewürztraminer, cabernet sauvignon, and merlot.

Hudson Valley

Starting just north of New York City and extending all the way to Albany, this region—which stretches along both sides of the Hudson River—has long been an agricultural powerhouse, providing produce for many of the Big Apple’s most reputable restaurants. Orchards are commonplace, and you’ll also see lots of grass-feeding cattle and free-roaming chickens here, as well as heirloom tomatoes, pumpkins, and all sorts of fruit and veg. Farmers markets and farm-to-table restaurants are plentiful in this part of Upstate New York.

Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan can lay claim to some of New York City’s finest eating. The area, which covers everything south of 14th Street, encompasses neighborhoods such as Chinatown, which still retains a high concentration of Chinese eateries serving everything from dim sum and potstickers to noodles and Peking duck; the Lower East Side, where you’ll find famous Jewish delis such as Katz’s and Russ & Daughters; and the East Village, which contains an eclectic selection of dining options, from Korean to ramen to Southern comfort food. 

Brooklyn

Though once relegated to the sidelines by Manhattan-favoring foodies, Brooklyn has officially taken the throne as New York City’s premier dining destination. The borough has it all, from ethnic eats (think Chinatown in Sunset Park or Greenpoint’s Little Poland) to fabulous food markets (Williamsburg’s Smorgasburg and Downtown’s Dekalb Market Hall), as well as hip high-end dining, craft breweries, and distilleries. 

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Seneca Lake Wine Tasting & Tour

Seneca Lake Wine Tasting & Tour

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Explore the scenic Finger Lakes region of New York during a half-day or full-day wine tour and tasting with an expert guide. Travel the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, home to over 30 wineries, and experience its history, beauty, and world-class wines. Your tour includes three or four winery visits, wine tastings, and transportation. Plus, upgrade to visit an extra winery with lunch included.
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  • 7 hours 30 minutes
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Keuka Lake Winery Tour

Keuka Lake Winery Tour

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Enjoy a day of wine tasting in the world-famous Finger Lakes region as you tour the vineyards surrounding scenic Lake Keuka. Take time to enjoy tastings and purchase new bottles for your collection. Kick back with friends or family, and let your guide do the designated driving. Choose a half-day if your schedule is full, or select a full day tour including a gourmet lunch at Bully Hill Vineyards.
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  • 8 hours 30 minutes
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Canandaigua Wine Trail Experience

Canandaigua Wine Trail Experience

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Follow the Canandaigua Wine Trail on a half- or full-day guided tour of the Finger Lakes’ wineries, vineyards, and tasting rooms. This wine trail experience includes tastings at three or four vineyard, and the full-day tour features a bistro-style lunch at Nolan's on Canandaigua Lake.
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  • 8 hours
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