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See What New York State is Cooking Up This Summer

EmpireState.jpgSandwich Board at Blue Hill at Stone Barns by Darren McGee

This summer, you don’t have to travel far to get away. New York State is teeming with exciting vacation destinations for food lovers, and now is just the time to visit.

Need a suggestion? Why not eat your way through the historic Hudson Valley, beginning with a tour of the world-famous Culinary Institute of America. Then walk the trails of Stone Barns and dine on its fresh, local cuisine at Blue Hill Restaurant. Be sure to stock up on freshly-baked breads, home-canned jellies, fresh berries and homemade cheese at one of the region’s many farm stands.

If it's a beverage you’re after, then explore one of the numerous wine trails and breweries across the state. From the Shawangunk Wine Trail to Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, you’ll find a destination that suits you.

Celebrated restaurants, cooking schools, farmers markets, wineries and craft breweries are right in your backyard. Find out what’s cooking in New York state at iloveny.com. >>

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