Garrison

There are two restaurants at The Garrison as well as two beautifully
appointed private rooms for weddings and special events.

Our talented chef oversees alI menus for both restaurants,
the wedding receptions and all private events held at The Garrison.

Locally delicious

Open year round, Valley has been recognized as a premier dining venue in the Hudson Valley since its opening in 2004. All seasonal American cuisine, which showcases ingredients from farmers in the region, is a tribute to our efforts to include many locally grown, raised and prepared food products. Valley’s menu changes regularly with the season and according to what is perfectly ripe that day.

Designed by acclaimed architect Tony Chi, Valley has a relaxed country elegance. The cozy room features an earth-toned palette of sage and mushroom, painted wood floors and a wall of windows that look onto a spacious outdoor terrace. It is a perfect backdrop to the stunning views of the river valley and mountainous terrain of the Hudson Highlands that lie outside its doors. Valley’s terrace is a hidden gem for high-quality outdoor dining in a breath-taking setting.

Valley’s accolades include an “ excellent” review from The New York Times

“the seasonal American menu shows a devotion to fine ingredients … like the food, the decor is a study in freshness”

As well as a three-star review in Crain’s New York. Valley has
been featured in national publications from Bon Appetit and Town & Country to Esquire and Departures.

 

hours

Dinner is served Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm.

A full-course Brunch menu is served Saturday and Sunday from
11:30pm-2:30pm.

Make your reservation

To make a reservation or to find out more about Valley, please call us directly at
(845) 424-3604 ext. 39 or fill out our contact form below. For inquiries about
staying at our inn, please click here:








world’s end

Located adjacent to our Valley restaurant and open year round,
World’s End Bar shares the same stunning views of the Hudson River
and surrounding Highlands. World’s End bar earned its unique name
from a bit of historical folklore. Ever since Henry Hudson sailed this
river in 1609, the Hudson Highlands has been known for its fierce
currents and treacherous winds, and certain parts of the river earned
nicknames from the sailors. On the stretch of river directly below The
World’s End bar lies the deepest spot in the Hudson’s 315-mile course
from the Adirondacks to the sea and, an especially dangerous curve
where many early sloops and sailing vessels were lost in sudden squalls
and conflicting currents. West Point also juts out into this bend in the
Hudson, which respectful mariners named the “World’s End.”

our philosophy

Our two Garrison properties, The Garrison and Highlands Country Club, support
the idea that strong local economies are the lifeblood of healthy communities. We
believe that a vibrant system of interdependence between local producers and
consumers helps shape local culture, and that the character of the local culture in
turn helps determine a community’s landscape.

We are in the business of bringing people together to enjoy the bounty of both our local and regional communities, the Hudson Highlands and the Hudson Valley.Much of our food and beverage is sourced within these areas through relationships we continue to develop with independent producers and their distributors. Our restaurant, Valley, endeavors to reflect the flavor of this region by featuring some of the foods, beers, wines, spirits, produce and other products that it produces.

Our team at Valley pursues a contemporary fine dining menu of inspired American
cuisine during the main growing season.

Since Valley restaurant first opened, it has had its own kitchen gardens located right outside the restaurant. Our gardeners work directly with our Executive Chef to coordinate menu needs for the season. Many of the vegetables and herbs used in the menus of both Valley and our banquets are grown in our gardens. A mix ofspecial lettuces is grown for our signature salad at Valley.