The 10th Annual Hudson Valley Restaurant Week kicks off November 1st, and features over 200 eateries.

My wife and I absolutely love to go out for dinner. Unfortunately, we favor the higher end restaurants, which are a bit more expensive. The Hudson Valley's Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to try out some new restaurant choices in Putnam, Dutchess, Westchester, and Rockland counties. According to the Putnam Daily Voice, the prix-fixe three-course meals will be attractively priced at $20.95 for lunch and $29.95 for dinner, with beverage, tax, and tip, not included.

With over 200 restaurants taking part, there's something for every palette. Here's just a taste of what you're in for. Gourmet wood fired pizza from 121 Restaurant & Bar in North Salem, juicy steaks from Augie's Prime Cut in Mohegan Lake, the Bang Bang Shrimp from the Bonefish Grille in Nanuet, Jumbo Fried Shrimp from the Chophouse Grille in Mahopac. How about some Mexican/Tex-mex at Guadalajara in Briarcliff Manor, or the Grilled Lamb Chops from the Inn at Pound Ridge.

Sarah Crabill

From Poughkeepsie to Katonah, and from Yonkers to Newburgh, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is your chance to save some cash and sample some of the Hudson Valley's top-notch eateries. This annual eat-a-thon goes from Tuesday, November 1st through Sunday, November 13th. For a complete listing of the over 200 restaurants taking part, click Bon Appetit.