Join us at Cafe Le Perche for The Cider Project

Some of the most obscure varieties of Hudson Valley apples are now in high demand for making blue ribbon hard cider.  On Friday, June 12, Hudson’s Cafe Le Perche will be partnering with the Campaign for the New Hudson Area Library to offer a special night featuring exemplary American and French Hard Ciders.  Five hard ciders will be available along with four special entrée pairings.  10% of all sales that evening will benefit the Library.  Advance dinner reservations are required.  Call the restaurant at 518.822.1850.

On Friday, June 12, Hudson’s Cafe Le Perche will be partnering with the Campaign for the New Hudson Area Library to offer a special night featuring exemplary American and French Hard Ciders. Advance dinner reservations are required. 

The week of June 12 through the 19th has been designated Cider Week in the Hudson Valley and we want to help celebrate all things apple! Cafe Le Perche is offering the Campaign for the New Hudson Area Library 10% of all their sales on Friday, June 12. They will be presenting 5 hard ciders – three from the Hudson Valley and two from France – along with 4 special entrée pairings and even a newly invented mixed drink, “The Apple Blossom”. Although our forefathers drank plenty of it, the drink fell out of favor for almost two hundred years. Now, it’s the “new” trend in alcoholic beverages. Join the fun and taste the varieties. Reservations are required. Call the restaurant at 518.822.1850. Read all about it here.

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